Second, the statement "the jungian feeling processes are objective ones" says "the jungian feeling processes are [uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices]"
This is entirely inaccurate. I have no clue why you think it's a good idea to re-define "objective" in a way no one ever uses it.
It is better to describe the processes as they are, and then asses the results of those processes separately. An objective processes does not guarantee the most appropriate course of action.