how about you dont fly through the MOAs.....
Because a MOA is not the same thing as restricted airspace. Even when active, non-military aircraft can fly through a MOA. While not recommended, there is nothing stating you can't do it, and frankly, sometimes it's the only hassle free way through, especially out in Arizona and New Mexico where the military owns a lot of airspace. Both pilots most likely knew the MOA was active, having either called flight service before take-off, or by notification from Albuquerque Center or by calling the listed frequency attached to the MOA and they both determined it was safe to go through.
The F16 pilot was completely out of line, and should know better than to "toy" with civilian aircraft. His actions were dumb, reckless and completely uncalled for, and as the radar shows, had nothing to do with any mission he was flying. The aircraft clearly deviated to mess with two aircraft in compliance with all rules and regulations. Entering formation flight without all participating aircraft's consent and knowledge is both dangerous and illegal, especially considering you have an F16 vs. a PC12. This is not flight simulator, one wrong move by either pilot and the PC12 could have ended up in some serious wake turbulence or worse.
Your statement represents one of ignorance, arrogance or both. Flying an F16 doesn't make you "king of the sky" or immune to rules, or playing nice. And there is certainly no room for a superiority complex, especially one based on false assumptions.
EDIT: I just read over in the intro thread you're a controller. I don't know what would compel you to be to brash about this situation. The way I read your statement, you are putting fault on both GA pilots and that really makes no sense to me. A close call due to conflicting traffic is one thing, and I'd be more than happy to discuss the FAA's regulations regarding active MOAs and VFR traffic, but the video clearly shows the F16 "messing" with both aircraft, forcing one VFR aircraft to break into Class A airspace.