What you write is news even to me. However, I don't find it surprising or disconcerting.
I think a lot of the vitriolic debate between ROCOR and "world Orthodoxy" is more a scrap between ROCOR and the OCA (and obviously, ROCOR and the MP). If one keeps it in this perspective, it makes it very easy to see why it is the ROCOR can (oddly enough) be in communion with the JP or Serbia.
However, it is a confusing situation. Along with the mess of North American Orthodoxy (in which strictly speaking no one is "canonical"), I think the only thing that can be done to fix the situation (and many other problems) would be for another Oecumenical Synod to be called. There certainly are enough grounds for it, as disicplinary and doctrinal controversies have certainly posed a huge problem in modern times. Only then will the consience of the Church be put at ease again (in so far as there will be a clear line in the sand as to where the proper position lies.) At this point, one is only taking "a side" (as right as we all may think we are) - whether it be "philo old calendarist" or "philo modernizing", etc.