Overall I thought this guy basically made sense. His view of the present world situation, its causes, and what is likely to come out of it are pretty well-reasoned, and he backs it up with data. A lot of what he says is consistent with conclusions I've drawn, though I don't necessarily agree with all of it. I don't share a lot of his optimism about technology, and I think what he attributes to "climate change" is mostly just resource mismanagement and overpopulation.
As soon as he got to the last section on "culture" he completely cucked out. That whole section was just a bunch of ideological statements with no data or anything to back it up, completely out of tune with the rest of the video. He cucks noticeably in other subtle ways too, like at one point he illustrates how scientists can easily fudge data, that they have a financial incentive to fudge data, and can easily get away with fudging data because we have this idiotic cultural taboo against doubting "science." However, he stops short of suggesting that scientists might actually be fudging data for financial and/or political gain, and that ideas like global warming should therefore be treated skeptically.
He does a similar thing when addressing issues like women in the workplace or immigration. After spending an entire video explaining how norms, social attitudes and values tend to fluctuate based on external circumstances, it's completely silly that he then treats ideas like "Hitler was bad" and "taking women out of the workplace is morally reprehensible" as universal self-evident truths that can't possibly change.
Overall I think this video is a good example of why YouTube is just plain not a serious venue for this type of discussion anymore. It's just like commercial television at this point: the YouTuber is trying to make money off of his channel, and in order to do that he has to avoid saying things that will get his videos flagged or pulled, the same way a television personality has to be conscious of not offending his sponsors.
Even this kind of vanilla historical analysis will piss off cultural Marxists if it states the truth too plainly. So, even if your video literally just proved, with nothing more than a few charts and some examples of historical precedent, that immigration lowers wages and creates social discord, you still have to throw in a couple of "immigrants make us stronger" platitudes to protect yourself. I honestly have an automatically low opinion of anyone who takes being a YouTuber seriously at this stage of the game, and I particularly disdain anyone who tries to do it for a living. I also found the product-shilling annoying.
This guy is somewhat informative but most of the content here is just stuff you could easily learn on your own by reading a few basic history books. He's not really offering any deep insight or interesting takes, nor is he entertaining enough to justify watching him for fun. I also noticed he made a lot of typos and spelling errors in his caption cards. This would be a good video if you're trying to steer some normie relative on Facebook in the right direction, but that's about it.