It is. The "pork and coke" thing is a myth, properly cooked pork will not have roundworms. Even uncooked pork is regulated well enough so that it won't have parasitic worms in it.
I watched both videos. Neither supported your claim that "the pig has more diseases than any other animal".
The first video was of a preacher describing the pig's diet and digestive process. Firstly, he attempted to use the fact that pigs will scavenge as a means to declare them unfit for consumption, however turkeys will scavenge and goats will attempt to eat almost anything if left alone; additionally, catfish, crabs, lobsters, and shrimp already do so in the wild. Secondly, he tried to compare the pig's digestive process with that of a cow, to imply there was some significance in the differences. When in all actuality, cows are herbivores, while pigs are omnivores, it takes considerably longer to digest grass, because plants such as grass have cell walls; which can not be broken down easily. This is why humans can't eat grass, we can't digest it. So of course different animals with different diets, will have different digestive systems, there no significance in it, for it is accepted that cows and pigs are not the same.
The second video was of another preacher who was trying to use the fact that pigs will eat feces as a means to declare them unfit for consumption. What it seems he doesn't know is that the feces of herbivores is full of semi-digested matter; which contains a lot of nutrients, and corophagia is quite common in the animal kingdom.
But the reason both videos fail, is that commercially domesticated pigs are not fed feces or carrion; so it's moot to use "what they would eat, if able to" to claim that their meat is somehow soiled as a result.
So, do you have a proof to support your "the pig has more diseases than any other animal" claim? Or is it anti-pork rhetoric?