First and foremost, when it's a Paramount issued movie or series with the name "Star Trek", guess what? It's Star Trek!
Beyond that, why is there all is holiness about the "vision" Gene Roddenberry had, like it's supposed to be this utopia that even he was pumped up to believe by sycophants and followers over time?
Star Trek's base was to show that we would still be around a few hundred years from now and going further out into the galaxy than anyone now can ever dream, encountering the peril and wonder of what's out there!
Jeez, the first friggin' pilot had Pike threatening to snap The Keepers' neck if he kept up the illusions! How peaceful and understanding was that?