You seem extremely sure of your personal interpretation of the Dhamma. Since noone here is likely to be free of greed, aversion, or delusion, your confidence may be misplaced.
This notion of it being about retrofuturist, confidence or personal interpretation has been repeatedly refuted.
One more time, since you were clearly not paying attention...
Do the Four Great References make reference to retrofuturist? No. They make reference to the Blessed One's Sutta and Vinaya.
Are the Cultural Marxist statements of the modern, heterodox, left-wing Buddhist monks traceable back to the Buddha's discourses? No, they are not. However the left-wing bhikkhus are welcome to fulfil their Buddha-given duty to trace their own words back to those of the Blessed One to explain how their heterodox Cultural Marxist accretions are justified in this Dhamma and Discipline. Their ongoing failure to do so speaks volumes.
Thus, it would appear that your feelings on the matter are empty, void, and without substance.
SN 22.95 wrote:"Now suppose that in the autumn — when it's raining in fat, heavy drops — a water bubble were to appear & disappear on the water, and a man with good eyesight were to see it, observe it, & appropriately examine it. To him — seeing it, observing it, & appropriately examining it — it would appear empty, void, without substance: for what substance would there be in a water bubble? In the same way, a monk sees, observes, & appropriately examines any feeling that is past, future, or present; internal or external; blatant or subtle; common or sublime; far or near. To him — seeing it, observing it, & appropriately examining it — it would appear empty, void, without substance: for what substance would there be in feeling?
Please be reminded that this is a Buddhist discussion forum on the Dhamma of Theravāda Buddhism, not a Puggalavada (path of persons) forum. As such, please ensure comments are about the Dhamma, not off-topic papanca about Persons.