I have many reservations about 'our side', but I have a default of siding against invaders. I was against it when we did it, and I'm against it when they do it.
In his rant Putin criticised the allied bombing campaign against Germany in the latter part of WW2 when Cologne, Hamburg, Dresden and many other cities were bombed on a scale that far surpassed the German blitz of earlier years of the conflict. I'm still not sure if that campaign was justified, but ... I remember asking my Old Man (WW2 infantry veteran) about it, and he replied: 'They started it.'
Not easy to argue with, and when I tried, he told me: 'Tell that to the people of Coventry.'
I was surprised Putin said this, given what the Germans did in Russia during WW2, but I suspect he sees the West as a kind Nazi Germany, which for all its faults, I don't agree with. (Although I can't deny it pushed the limits now and again, but see Vegetius and his writings above.)
So yes, it was a rant against the West, who do shoulder some responsibility for not embracing Russia after the Cold War ended and allowing the gangsters to take over, but not to the extent of driving blitzkriegs into neighbouring countries. Now that is fascism.