As far as I could tell - plenty of stuff were thrown before our fans started anything and your own supporter was the 1st one that got to the actual pitch and was the only one arrested. Now, reaction from some of our fans was wrong and they shouldn't have let them be provoked like that, but the main group stopped others from doing anything more that could have really turn out bad.
There are cameras, go through all of them, confirm there were bottles flying towards Torcida or confirm there wasn't any. Tag all our supporters that went over the edge and actually threw a punch or broke a chair and ban those, fine them, idc.
They should have been smarter, but don't generalize the entire fan group let alone entire country and don't act like innocent schoolgirls 'cause not all of your fans are.
I do agree with second half of your post, your opening gambit though is total bullshit. There were coins lighters and bottles raining down on us before anything went back. In fact the spark of the Everton fans angst, certainly in the area I was in, was the little lad getting struck. That is when the Everton fans in the corner realised what was going on and a few bottles went back. (Not excusing that but the reaction was minor in comparison). There was lots posturing from both sides but after the initial throwing, the police and stewards came in and calmed it down then most of our ire was aimed at them seemingly allowing behaviour they would normally stop (standing on seats, smoking etc). Not a problem to me and I can understand the tactical reasons for letting it go.
The aggression came from hadjuk fans most Everton fans (certainly around me) before that were admiring the passion and atmosphere created by the Torcida.
I have seen a couple of suggestions that the hadjuk fans were giving "seig heil"salutes which I couldn't see or hear, can you clear up is that a part of your chanting repertoire or are those people mistaken. Also the 100% white thing I have read its reference to your home kit. Is that true or are your fans just a bit racist?
As I alluded to above either side of the little altercation your fans were great entertainment (assuming no hitler salutes and racism). It's just disappointing to see hadjuk try to blame Everton fans when it's clear as day who the aggressors were.