Not saying that the graph shown is wrong, but it hardly "speaks for itself". It's easy to make charts and graphs and numbers lie, what is important is the story (or theory) behind the graph. You may have heard this before as, "Correlation does not necessarily mean causation".
I would like to use this graph/video to support my case when I tell my friends/family about the damage the Fed is doing to our country, but I really don't feel like its much to go on. All I have is a chart, and I can't answer a single question about it. How was productivity of the employee calculated independently of wage? If there is such a disparity, why don't people quit their jobs and work for themselves? How is the Fed to blame for this disparity? The video claims the Fed is stealing the difference between wages and productivity, but what is the mechanism of theft? My understanding of economic theory would blame inflation for the theft of wealth from users of a currency, but I have always understood the theft to occur as the devaluation of the currency over time, not as somehow coercing the relationship between employer/employee as the chart would suggest.
I am not even saying the video needs to answer all of these questions, but at least link sources of data where the method of finding the data is explained. A quick google did not find anything.
Please don't take this as overly critical; I really appreciate the video and the point it is trying to make. This chart has the potential to be a very powerful tool, all it needs is a little bit of support.