Sss0412: I assume that Echo of Moscow showed this video for a reason. Echo does nothing at all.
Americans, of course, can live and enjoy as they please. But when we are shown their well-fed life, such a display will annoy a certain category of people.
So, it is for this purpose that such a demonstration is being made. From the point of view of a certain number of Russians, this is a common provocation (trolling).
For example, in Russia there are many wealthy people. In theory, if there is no evidence that their wealth is of criminal origin, then such a person has every right to live in luxury. But, nevertheless, people of lesser income, due to human nature, have a rather negative attitude towards the demonstration of someone else's luxury. This provokes them to unreasonable discontent.
Similarly, the demonstration of American satiety affects the inhabitants of a very large number of people around the world (and not just in Russia). And the reason for the negative lies not in the difference in income, but in the fact that this difference is demonostratively put on display. Try to focus precisely on this moment, and then, perhaps, you will understand the purpose for which we are shown such things on the Echo.
mikr: off topic. Here the video is just about student sports, sincere joy for your friends. But in general, maybe in general America deserves this satiety and this standard of living more than, say, Russia? Maybe our labor productivity in the country is awesome? As far as I remember, less than in Greece even. I don't want to be proud of a corrupt president, I'm just for showing us how people live in countries where the state exists for people, and not vice versa. Where is some illiterate abrek, whose father killed Russians, who himself killed Russians, who created a feudal criminal enclave on the territory of Russia, dictates how to live in Russia and love it, humiliates and intimidates the citizens of my country.