I'm not going to disagree with anything you've said here. I'm mostly done with doughy white guys telling me what's best in life, especially genre fiction. Even their review of The Force Awakens was poisoned with a lot of stupid talk about "tokenism" and "diversity for the sake of it". But the thing with Picard is that it seems tailor made for doughy white guys. It's an obvious reaction to Discovery, putting an old white man back in the center seat. It plays heavily on nostalgia. It's got a ton of female authority figures set up as effigies for the audience to throw rocks at. The black body count is off the charts and the racial undertones for both the Romulans and the Androids are ham fisted and wrong headed. And yet RLM skewered it because it is still objectively bad. I also agree that RLM likes to boost older material they've previous shat on to gold. They hated Nemesis, ENT, and DS9 and yet they were examples of good Trek in the Picard review. I don't buy that as anything but "good old days" rhetoric.