If you can't convince, than confuse,
this video might cause cognitive dissonance
What a waste of time. The entire premise of this video is one catch phrase that this guy coined and never bothers to define. He uses his word as if it's some uncommon skill. He then proceeds to opine on why people don't practice this skill effectively.
This quote: "Now some people will make stuff technical seeming intentionally to obscure it as a power game...." is particularly ironic because at timeshe strings together sentences of technical-sounding jargon that really expresses vague concepts. He continuously presents his opinions as fact while presenting no substantive supporting evidence, but instead offers imprecise indefinite articles like some, many, or most.
He's presenting his own biased views, and demonstrates clearly that everything he presents in this video is subjective.