All fun and games, and about as real as Santa Claus, the tooth fairy or the Monarchy (apologies to all those who thought any of the aformentioned were kosher).
Anyway, this bunny very much doubts that he would have applied such thoughts to the chief protagonists of the financial crisis in 2008. His 'Conspiracy Theory' programme delves into terrain on occasions that presents its frontman as something of an oddball, and the reliance on 'expert evidence' from the likes of David Icke hardly lends credibility to whatever thesis might be on the table.
This is a shame, as his hatred of gangster capitalism and consistent support for civil liberties will chime instantly with most Libertarians, this bunny included. Ventura is a former governor of Minnesota with real knowledge of how 'the system' works. When your anger is as sincere and well-founded as his, sticking to what one can demonstrate to be true is more than enough.
However, this exploration of the financial meltdown is bang on the money and goes some way towards exposing the cronyism that operated in the relationships between the White House and Wall Street at the time.
For some reason, I'm convinced that TC in particular will enjoy this - look out for the brief cameo from Ron Paul around 20 minutes in.
Take care and I'll catch you soon.