Mr. Moyers assumptions are his opinions, not fact.
For example, “… sight of a smoldering Pentagon that had been struck by one of the hijacked planes.” Oh, really? Is that why all the videotapes of the rocket were seized?
Another: “Can we at least face the truth? The plutocrats and oligarchs are winning.” A bit of an understatement, as he partially admits here: “Mainstream media (including public television and radio), especially the networks and cable channels owned and operated by the conglomerates …” The central bankers own all the other key corporate assets, as well all three branches of the federal and state governments, as well as NATO, Saudi Arabia, Israel, and more, as well as the military and and intelligence organizations, the polling organizations, the voting machines.
Mr. Moyers parable (with capitalized additions by me: “Gabriel Byrne plays an accidental prime minister – thrust into office by the death of the incumbent, only to discover himself facing something he never imagined: a shadowy (CENTRALLY COORDINATED) coalition of forces, some within his own government, working against him. With some (MOST, IF NOT ALL) of his own ministers secretly in the service of powerful corporations and (CENTRAL) bankers, his own party (AN ILLUSION. BOTH PARTIES ARE CONTROLLED BY THE SAME POWERS) falling away from him, press lords daily maligning him, the (PSEUDO) opposition emboldened, and a public confused by misinformation, deceit, and vicious political rhetoric, the prime minister is told by Parliament (ACTUALLY, BY HIGHER POWERS) to immediately invade Iran (on unproven, even false premises) or resign (OR MEET AN UGLY END).”
Yes, we can change this, but here is the challenge: the power is derived by control over money creation. Right now, for the cartel it is in the hands of a few families. Other nations are trying to replace this privately owned system. The original 13 colonies, the Continental Congress, and President Lincoln all printed sovereign money. The private banks eventually put an end to this, with the Bank of North Dakota being the only public bank in the U.S., which is why North Dakota was the only state unaffected by the 2008 (with the lowest unemployment, no bank failures, and the only state budget surplus). The oil boom, which began in 2008, had nothing to do with this.
If we’re going to stop the Plutocrats, we must first understand what they are doing. http://coloradopublicbanking.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-view-from-top-of-power-pyramid.html