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"The harder they come, the harder they fall"
- Jimmy Cliff
Yes, it's a bit tiresome, these crusty old politicians getting caught with their pants down again in the midst of carrying on the business of the world's "superpower". But there are a few trysts in this road that make it a little more interesting. The corporate media put Tobias on the block first but he wasn't the first to be named by Madam Palfrey.
According to court documents, Dr. Harlan K. Ullman was the first name provided to authorities by Madam Palfrey. It's little wonder if you've never heard of him. Harlan likes to work in the background and based upon our lengthy search for his photos, he appears to be a little camera-shy too.
Who is Dr. Harlan K. Ullman?
Mr. Shock & Awe
Mr. Shock & Awe
According to Global Security, "Mr. Ullman says shock and awe and its use of targeted, finely orchestrated attacks on specific military targets is the way to take out the enemy leadership, which can lead to an early, relatively bloodless victory. He says we'll know soon enough whether this will happen with Operation Iraqi Freedom."
In his March 20, 2003 Incomprehensible Destruction, Sandy Tollman described Ullmann's plans for Iraq:
The "Hiroshima effect"
Veteran Journalist John Pilger wrote 3 months before the invasion of Iraq:
A Member of the Club
Unlike Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Douglas Feith and the other neoconservatives who planned the invasion and occupation of Iraq, Harlan Ullman maintains a low profile when questions about Palestine are raised. Middle East Realities (MER), an analytical website on the state of Israel has this to say about Ullman:
Indeed, Ullman's only strong opinion Palestine and Israel found in our extensive review of his writing was this:
"The harder they come"
No, there can be no doubt that he is a solid member of the neocon club that carefully laid the plans for the U.S. invasion dating back at least to the early-nineties. His bio reveals he is a senior fellow and director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS); director of the Political-Military and Strategy Programs; consulted with a number of Fortune 100 companies; elected to the board of the Wall Street Fund; formed his own company, the Killowen Group, a consulting firm with broad financial interests; served on the boards of several related investment and venture capital companies with holdings in Asia; a senior partner and vice chairman of two companies in the high-technology area; currently chairman of the advisory board of two companies engaged in Smart Zone Management and homeland security; chairs the Senior Seminar at the Center for Naval Analyses; serves at the National Defense University and is on the Senior Advisory Board of the U.S. European Command and the NATO Defence College." The CSIS provides "Strategic Insights and Policy Solutions" to the U.S. government.
"The harder they fall"
Now it is Mr. Ullman who is experiencing his own little piece of "shock and awe" by the bomb Madam Palfrey dropped when she named him first and called him one of her "regular customers". Ullman's pain is of course, not to be compared with the brutality he inflicted upon the good people of Iraq; sufficient payback to this "gentleman" will forever be an impossibility.
On March 22, 2007, the elitist The Denver Forum headlined, "The Denver Forum Proudly Presents Dr. Harlan Ullman" when Ullman spoke on "America's Promise Restored: Preventing Culture, Crusade and Partisanship from Wrecking Our Nation". The Corporate Sponsor of the event was Lockheed Martin.
Madam Palfrey says Ullman is "only one of dozens of such officials" who will be shocked and awed. Palfrey says she will expose dozens of officials and that she has "46 pounds of phone records that could expose thousands more clients" - as many as 10,000. Her attorney said that they turned the phone records over to ABC, seeking help in identifying her clients who might be called as witnesses. A search of ABC's website reveals many reports on Tobias, but only one report on Arlan Ullman. These reports are frequently updated on ABC and subject to change. Speaking of Tobias, Palfrey is quoted on ABC's website, "I'm sure as heck not going to be going to federal prison for one day, let alone four to eight years, because I'm shy about bringing in the deputy secretary of whatever. I'll bring in every last one of them in if necessary".
Perhaps Harlan Ullman can take a little solace in knowing that he is not alone among those names given up by Madam Palfrey. Perhaps he can even find some comfort in the damage control exercised by the corporate media. But he will never find refuge from a world that knows about the millions whose lives he has destroyed and all the misery and death his mind has wrought for generations to come.
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