I have written quite a few posts objectively responding to yours. I have also asked you specific and direct questions that you chose to ignore and never answered. Others have as well.
Instead you call us disabled (colorblind) and insist that the problem is that we aren't capable of understanding, as a way for you to avoid actually explaining clearly.
You deflect, repeat and then contradict yourself. You make references to how your posts have brought to light other people's errors of technique without knowing anything about how anyone here dances or referencing whose technique needed (and gained) improvement through your posts.
You consistently refuse to give us examples of what you think is correct method, going so far as to backtrack when your example (Christina) is used as proof of other's points. Requests for you to better explain or illustrate what you mean are answered by continued references to the 2 videos already posted (changing your tune on Christina midway) and your all too frequent excuse that you can't explain to people who can't see.
There are MANY ways in which you have not been polite, gentlemanly, clear with your explanations, or even consistent.
If you want to clear this all up, I suggest you start by answering the direct questions already put to you.
Or, as so many have requested, send us to a link of you demonstrating how it should be done. There's limited value in seeing how it SHOULDN"T be done, so pointing out videos that are wrong is not enough. Teachers don't show their students only the wrong way and expect them to figure out the right way through process of elimination (especially using only 1 or 2 examples). They demonstrate the right way.
I'd hate to see the result if a teacher showed students a few wrong examples without any context of the correct way for comparison and then when they still didn't get it, told them that he couldn't teach them because they were unable to see it for themselves due to some personal flaw of theirs