Re: "after all, we did not give them many reasons to, did we?"
"...just like they were forced to invade Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic.... also Russia never financed North Vietnam, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, the Arab states against Israel..."
The last bit about 'many African "revolutions' is too vague to respond to, so I won't. Although I think you will find that the number of revolutions financed (and, indeed, organized) by Washington far exceeds any inspired by the USSR.
Are you seriously complaining about the USSR (not Russia) having "invaded" Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic (actually Czechoslovakia in those days)? Really??? Do you think it would have been better for the Soviets to stay within the borders of the USSR, and leave those nations to be part of Hitler's Grossdeutschland? Honestly?
No doubt you are also angry that the USA and Britain invaded France - yes, and Italy, Germany and Japan. (The last two of which are still virtually occupied by the USA to this day).
Were you aware that Czechs, Hungarians and Poles (not to mention Bulgarians and Romanians) fought alongside Hitler's Wehrmacht when it invaded the USSR (including Ukraine) in a determined effort to conquer it and exterminate or enslave all its peoples? (As the USSR won the war, it only lost 27 million dead plus countless wounded and bereaved, and incredible damage to infrastructure).
When the Soviets began to push the Wehrmacht back, do you think they should have politely stopped when they got to what *had been* the borders of Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary and said, "Well now, jolly good, that'll teach you not to invade other people's countries. Don't do it again!"
As for "Russia never financed North Vietnam, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, the Arab states against Israel...", that is technically true. That was the USSR as well - and don't forget, for many years it was under the close personal supervision of Stalin, who was Georgian.
But what of it? Have the USA and other NATO members never financed other nations? Has the USA ever exported weapons to Israel, Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States, Iraq, Iran (yes - in the days of the Shah) and many, many other countries? Not to mention ISIS and other terrorist organizations.
And while the USSR did supply weapons, technical advisers and other help to North Korea and North Vietnam, why shouldn't it have? Those nations were desperately fighting for their very existence against US forces that cynically carpet-bombed and defoliated their land, leaving literally millions dead. Indeed, the USA may well have killed more people in Korea and Vietnam alone than died in the Holocaust.