This music video is called “Shock and Awe” by Neil Young.
Harlan K. Ullman (born March 15, 1941), a United States military officer and political author.
Ullman is known as a developer of the doctrine of Shock and Awe.
Shock and Awe was the doctine behind George W. Bush‘s 2003 invasion of Iraq; when Bush on 1 May had his Mission Accomplished speech on Iraq; with thousands of US military deaths and hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilian deaths still to come, and counting.
However, gradually, as the Wikipedia article continues, Ullman developed some criticism of Bush:
in an October 2006 edition of his Washington Times column Ullman wrote, “The world indeed has changed. But not as we think.
American power and perceived omnipotence have been greatly neutralized or displaced…
This means aligning our ego with reality.
Mr. Bush once called for a more humble foreign policy. The times never demanded one more.”
Indeed, the breaking of that campaign promise of Bush in his 2000 election campaign should indeed be exposed as blatantly dishonest.
Like various Bush administration bigwigs, Ullman is now implicated in the Washington prostitution scandal. Wikipedia says:
In court documents filed on April 12, 2007, Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called “D.C. Madam,” identified Ullman as having been a client of her escort service during the time he was a United States Naval Commander.
The US government alleges that Palfrey’s business, Pamela Martin and Associates, was operating as a prostitution ring.
Dick Cheney and D.C. Madam affair: here.