You are completely incorrect. The FAA does not agree with Sabri's points at all.
Sabri's basic point was:
"The only things I care about are engine, airspeed and altititude."
Everything else Sabri said supports his view of the basics of flight
Flight 447 was at 38,000 feet when it stalled. 7 miles up provides plenty of safety room to trade altitude for airspeed, and recover from a stall. Instead the co-pilot pulled the stick back, held the stick back, and continued to hold it back the entire time. This basic pilot error contributed to the FAA's 200 page report and their support is mentioned in the first line of the article:
"Commercial airline pilots rely too much on automation in the cockpit and are losing basic flying skills, warns a new Federal Aviation Administration report due out this week."