As a Swedsh national living abroad namingly in South Korea i Tend to Agree with you on some points you made in this video.
Though as @khalique fields said i will strongly disagree to the thought that asking for origin/heritage is a racist thing.
I get asked the question often and I find it none offensive. Though what I would say is offensive is everytime another person assumes im American because I am white.
I would say question of herritage is a legitimit question. It is how ever ignorant to assume a persons origin.
I myself am a so called first generation swedish citizen. My mother and father are all considered Swedish with immigrant background according to the Swedish statistical standard for classifying immigrants.
I am proud to tell people about my German, Belgian, Romanian and Jewish background eventhough that does not define me as a person as much as all the experiences I had growing up in Sweden.
Actually cultural Marxism is exactly the cause why Swedish people think like this though. We are taught since we are born we are no better than anyone else when it comes to our attained skills. But the flaw in this theory called "lagom' and 'Jante lagen" In sweden is that it brews grouping of people into our way of thinking.
We are raised to think of people in Classes, Workers, Bourgeois and so on. The step from thinking about people in these terms to thinking about people as Foreingers and Natives is not to far away.
The clear anwser though is it does not have to be this way. You yourself define your identity you are neither a Worker or Bourgeois. You are neither a Swede or a Foreinger. You are left with that decision no matter what anyone says. We are all Humans.
I did not grow up didn't grow up constantly feeling different because someone always had to point it out the colour of my skin.
But i grew up feeling different because of other reasons.
How ever I now live in a country where it is perfectly legal to deny me entry to a public establishment based on my Heritage.
I get asked where I'm from weekly or daily. Atleast once a week someone screems 'Foreinger' and points at me when I'm out in public. Though at those times I reply: "No, I am Korean." "저는 한국인인데요"
We must always look at the situation we are in and see what we can make of it. Asking our self: Why is the person infront of me saying X and Y. Is it out of curiosity or malevolence. If it is out of curiosity we can dispel the situation and possibly even make friends for life. If its the later maybe not so. I have found that the former is more normal than the later.
I would like to take this Debate further but time is short.