The video could be simply condensed into;
"Objective, neutral, and balanced" = American ideals.
"Subjective and political" = Democrat ideals.
I think Asian peoples are un-fairly treated, if for
nothing else, it is due to their success in American society
despite the barriers they face..
Be they Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indian,
et al, Some people are jealous of them.
My only complaint about their cultures is their
tendency to not oppose or question government
I think everyone is treated badly by someone else. The real debate comes about when the reason is racism -- true and verifiable racism, not the Liberal Democrat accusatory kind.
t's always been my opinion that there is no FUNDAMENTAL difference between the races on an individual basis. Language, culture and education tend to be the real segregators.
Why are there so many successful doctors, lawyers and merchants in the Jewish community? Could it be that the children learned from their parents how to become successful? Maybe the same is true of Chinese, Korean, Indian, etc.
We live in a world where it's just easier to label large groups of people based on a few stereotypes than it is to get to know people individually. That's what prejudice means -- to pre-judge someone based on observable characteristics, whether it's race, gender, ethnicity, height, weight, hair color (know any blonde jokes?), and so on.
Until we can stop the identity politics of the Left, there's no way to stop this. They cry for equality in one breath, then scream that there's an epidemic of White Cops murdering Black citizens in the next. You can't treat everyone equally if you're accusing White Cops as a group of being anything, including murderers.
We watch TV and see FBI profilers identifying the most likely characteristics of a suspect based on statistical analysis. White male, mid to late 30s, unmarried or divorced, etc, etc. That's useful in helping catch criminals because there are definite patterns and groupings criminals tend to follow. Knowing these stats can help focus on more likely suspects and less on the unlikely ones.
That's a far cry from saying ALL White males in their mid to late 30s without a spouse are some sort of criminal.
I think most people confuse this little truth. If 99% of terrorist bombers are Muslim, but not all Muslims are terrorist bombers, doesn't that create in the general public's mind a stereotype? Are Muslims being pre-judged simply because they fit a profile?
I think the Dems love to profile everyone. I see little evidence to argue otherwise.
It's difficult to teach people how to properly use identifying traits for the right purpose and how to avoid misapplying those traits.