Therefore, naturally, the thought-paths he takes and the conclusions he reaches are not going to be realistically reliably correct. But it doesn't matter because that's not Balto's purpose. Balto just wants to express things loudly enough to be heard.
And he's still going to be a lot more correct than the ones who inspired his creation. He's still partial to the person who's fundamentally not wrong in this "dispute" (I'd call it... well, what I called it)... also, it's not as though these angry/depressive/combatant thoughts are ever acted upon in a way with tangible consequences.