Well, first of all, why did you say "How America's greatest triumph can be America's biggest tragedy" at the beginning?
The video doesn't explain it and it doesn't make sense anyway.
It was a Finnish programmer who started Linux and even if a lot of Linux programmers were from the USA, Linux is still an international product to which people from all over the world have contributed and still contribute.
And personally, I really don't see why Linux could be a "tragedy".
I would also like to note that America!=USA, even if it's widely used as such.
And I really don't get the end:
"These laptops are not the only thing that makes Linux a triumph though.
Now anyone in the world can access modern technology.
Linux seems like a triumph, but it's still a tragedy.
Linux has not even come close to reaching its full potential.
When Linux takes over the computer industry, we will have a triumph."
So Linux is a triumph, seems like a triumph, but is still a tragedy, but when it takes over, it will be a triumph???
That doesn't make any sense to me.