After watching the video, I think if I'm not mistaken, all figs require pollination, but within each fig, are male and female flower components, and the male side does not get pollinated, but, that really doesn't mean anything.
I think the argument is that if you wait until they are done and all hatched, that you aren't going to be eating visible wasps, only those that died in it, which is all the females that initially layed eggs in there, and all the males.
But watch the video, it really is interesting.
I see it as being full of dead wasps, their reproductive fluids, and their egg embryo things - rather disgusting to me, and definately contains things that are not considered vegan.
Beautiful process to watch and amazing how they do this.
In nature though, I'm sure other herbivores eat figs and don't have problems consuming insects.
Perhaps we are too aware