You must have watched a different video than I did. What I
saw was a young horse going willingly
and working softly. Whoever put the training on that animal knew what they were doing, and he was happy and relaxed.
There was NO yanking back on any of the bits. Contact? Yes, there was that, but it's part of the communication between horse and rider and there was absolutely no
abuse or hard hands.
That video was lovely, and showed a well matched and HAPPY horse and rider team.
As far as Parelli, if you find something you like and it works for you and your horses do it, but do NOT denigrate another type of training because you
don't understand it. I find it rather hypocritical of you to scream about people 'not understanding' Parelli and daring to say something about him, and yet you, who obviously don't have a clue
about real sublety in horse training, think you have the right to slam another way of training.