One may have a handle on Orthodox teaching,
I know a lot on Catholic teaching. And what the Vatican teaches too. Enough to know the difference.
Certainly better than your nameless Orthodox "experts."
and you certainly know Orthodox negative teaching about Catholics:
As the Catholics are such by confessing the Orthodox Faith, Orthodoxy has no negative teaching about Catholics.
As for the Vatican's following, of course Orthodoxy has only negative teaching about the Vatican. The Vatican being out of Catholic communion, the only part of its teaching that concerns us is that which keeps it of Catholic communion, and hence of course a negative thing.
But you haven't got a clue about Catholic teaching.
Of course I have more than clue about Catholic teaching. That's why I embraced Orthodoxy.
But as to the Vatican: so you keep on asserting an alleged ignorance on my part, assertions more and more vacuous as the evidence to the contrary piles up. Knowing the Vatican's teaching means not to drink the Kool-Aid.
Unless one understands Catholic teaching, rightly, it is impossible for one to know anyone's reality.
Since the Vatican's teaching is not true, it has no real reality.
To go back to your original response to the OP: the schism is a reality. A negative reality, but that doesn't negate its reality. You turning a deaf ear to its cognitive dissonance does not change that, and your continued denial of that only affirms my expertise and right to speak of your ecclesiastical community because you keep on trying to assert it as part of the Orthodox Church. As I know my Orthodox reality quite well.