Perhaps making arguments using hyperbole is not as well understood as I thought it would be.
No one who really cares about the salvation of his brothers and sisters can simply stand by and let them be led astray. We all have the ability to help and influence people for better or worse.
Perhaps I should've said bishops should be helping lead millions to heaven and not just stand-by and hope they find the way on their own.
Don't know... At least in Antiochian Patriarcate here in Rio de Janeiro it's very usual to see Orthodox priests giving communion to Roman Catholics.
Let me tell you all a story: Here in Rio, there is a church called "Paróquia Ortodoxa de Santo Expedito". He is the saint of urgent causes, and is not recognized by the Holy Catholic Church. But every sunday it is full (usually, if you don't arrive early, you'll be almost out of the church), and the people are generally catholics, but the priest (Padre Geraldo) gives eucharist to everybody there. Usually, they do not demand a chrism.
On the other hand, Catholics welcome Orthodox on their parishes, and also give them communion.
Of course both Catholics and Orthodox teach the believers to do not do so unless if leads them into mortal sin or in danger of death, but if you get there by your own legs, they do not let you outside.
Ad Majorem Gloriam Dei