I don't agree that what Vox says has malice behind it. I know Vox's type, they are usually very intelligent people who are quick to learn from the example of others so that they don't have to hit the wall themselves. They usually have very little patience for slow learners, because slow learners have trouble learning what people like Vox are capable of grasping almost instantaneously by observation. Yes, there's a bit of arrogance behind that, but I think everybody, including the slow learners themselves, have also experienced this impatience themselves when dealing with people or animals of a far enough lower intellectual capacity.That's why it's hard for me to take vox and his criticisms of others seriously as it's always malicious and not rooted from a point to help people. Your comment reads that way also.
For someone who functions at Vox's level, witnessing people is sometimes like witnessing a hamster that's too dumb to figure out something very simple and so keeps trying to do the same thing over and over expecting a different result. You quickly lose patience with people at that level. If you're not one of those people or if you haven't had a lifetime's experience of being around people like that, I don't think you can quite understand just how alien the working of their mind is to you.
I'm at a certain IQ level where I'm not quite at Vox's level, but I can relate to the way he feels about people with average IQ, because I've gone through the same experience of pulling teeth trying to walk people through things I could intuit in an instant. But punching a little below Vox's weight class also gives me a better ability to be humble and more patient with people because I've been the punching bag for people in Vox's weight class before.
So I don't think there's malice, just an arrogant sense of superiority. He wants to help people, but he's doing it without tact. I think overall, Vox does more good than bad, and I'd rather we had real talk than the SJW crap where you keep it all bottled up because you don't want to hurt fee-fees. I consider lack of tact a way smaller fish to fry compared to the bigger fish we have to worry about these days.