Tom Luongo, The US Is In Civil War (And Why Berman’s Firing Matters)

Tom Luongo

The U.S. is in a Civil War. It began four years ago after Donald Trump’s election and has finally boiled over into open warfare here in 2020.

From the moment the protests against the killing of George Floyd were hijacked into looting and rioting I worried about this turning into something far greater, something with a far higher purpose.

Within a couple of days it was obvious the U.S. was now the subject of a color revolution of the same type and build up that occurred in places like Ukraine, Georgia, Egypt, Serbia and others.

And it’s pretty clear the color for our revolution isn’t orange or brown or violet, it’s black.

The questions I have are why this is happening now? The obvious answer is the full court press to deny Trump a second term. That’s a practically stated goal at this point.

But I feel this is far deeper than that, and likely has to do with knowing that Trump has pieces in place post-Jeffrey Epstein raid/murder to upset the Deep State’s apple cart.

And that brings me to why I’m interested in Hungary again.

I haven’t spoken much about Hungary in recent months but maybe I should have been. For me the two big stories of the week are:

1) Trump explicitly going after the Southern District of New York (SDNY) and the removal of U.S. Attorney Geoff Berman.

2) The European Court of Justice striking down Hungary’s Anti-NGO law which targets George Soros’ ability to fund revolutionary groups within Hungary.

The through line here is that both of these stories attack the heart of the Color Revolution process… the monied interests behind them. Useful idiots shooting each other in downtown Seattle or knocking down statues to Thomas Jefferson are not the story.

They are the means to power to be discarded (they hope).

Useful idiots eventually become useless eaters in any post-Marxist revolution worth discussing.

But for the people who foment these things. They have to start with laying the groundwork. And the stronger the local cultural institutions and local economic power the longer and harder they have to work to undermine it.

The U.S. has been under constant attack this way since before even World War II, going back to Commintern (which never ended, it just morphed into today’s NGO’s)

Trump and Orban represent leaders who understand this problem explicitly and are trying to dismantle the apparatus arrayed against them.

Let’s start with the SDNY. It is close to the most lawless place in the world for all practical purposes because the highest crimes committed there, those of finance and systemic looting by the banks who are the financiers of The Davos Crowd’s push for transnational control, go unpunished.

Headline grabbing fines which are 0.1% of the money and power stolen by Wall St. is not effective government oversight. Regulatory capture is real and the SDNY is the poster child for it.

For those wanting Trump to make good on his promises to Drain the Swamp, the SDNY is the source of the Swamp’s lifeblood, money. It allows the worst crimes to go unpunished, fueling the Marxist rants of the Occupy Wall St. crowd who have morphed into Black Lives Matter and are actively moving towards open warfare with the U.S. government.

And, true to their Marxist teachings, these folks are too dumb they are being played like cheap flutes found at a Mediveal Faire.

Trump removing Berman is a clear case of payback for his string of prosecutions paving the way for the impeachment debacle from this past winter. But, again, it’s far deeper than that.

Trump and William Barr have to go after the funding sources of Antifa, Black Lives Matter and all the other NGO’s operating to funnel money into this brewing civil war. In the process they will rein in the SDNY and create a real climate of fear for those put in power to protect it.

And that’s not going to happen if the SDNY is not under their control. From the outrage and the response from key players like Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Jerry Nadler and even Berman himself, it’s clear that’s what is on the table now — they are scared Trump and Barr got close here.

No less than ultimate anti-Trumper, king Neocon himself Bill Kristol tweeted out this tidbit from, of all places, a fact-free screed from The Atlantic:

Bill Kristol


“Why replace Berman? The answer lies in the firing earlier this year of Jessie Liu, the former U.S. Attorney for D.C…Once they seized control, Barr’s team…interceded in the sentencing of Stone, and made an effort to dismiss the case against Flynn…” 

Why Bill Barr Got Rid of Geoffrey Berman

This is how an authoritarian works to subvert justice.

This is the Swamp in high gear protecting someone who, until Friday, no one in the U.S. even cared about.

And now, firing a U.S. attorney is beyond the pale, an example of lawlessness, rampant authoritarianism and all the rest of the usual bromides.

Every time Trump opens his mouth is one of these ‘wow, just wow’ moments and it’s tiresome.

After a series of setbacks in the Supreme Court, where it’s clear Chief Justice John Roberts is compromised in a fundamental way, Trump and Barr going after Berman makes sense. It was Berman oversaw the raid on Jeffrey Epstein’s home and who is, apparently, still in control over what can be done with the materials gained.

You can see how forcefully this defense of Berman is turning into a circus, quickly, as they flip this into another round of ‘Impeach Trump’ for doing his job.

Nadler’s already saying Berman will testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee. And the Twitterati are spinning this as an own goal strong enough to impeach both Barr and Trump.

That’s nonsense. This was a direct shot at the biggest target and even if it didn’t completely hit the mark, forcing Berman out and having his assistant Audrey Strauss take over in the interim, it did move the ball forward.

Since now a new Senate confirmation process can begin for Berman’s real replacement. This is the third U.S. attorney in the SDNY under Trump. He fired Preet Bharaha which led to Berman’s appointment because the Senate refused to confirm anyone.

They are hoping to play the same game again, allowing the SDNY to set its own rules. Berman was appointed by judicial fiat, not Senate confirmation.

Dismantling the cover of the SDNY is key to uncovering, officially, what’s really going on in the U.S.’s Black Revolution as well as everything else and that’s why they are circling the wagons here.

The same way that the European Court of Justice is covering up for the obvious money laundering going on through NGO’s in Europe.

For Hungary, the fight that Prime Minister Viktor Orban has been at the forefront of for years is an existential one. Orban must stop any further destabilization of Eastern Europe on behalf of the European Union.

The infiltration into the younger generations of Hungarians of neoliberalism is deep enough that staying in front of it is becoming increasingly difficult for Orban.

This is why Orban, loudly, passed the so-called Anti-NGO law which made public all sources of money to foreign organizations operating in Hungary. The purpose was to out, publicly, George Soros and the rest of The Davos Crowd who operate in Hungary. It would take away their funding the future takeover of the country, either through the ballot box or color revolution if the former doesn’t doesn’t work.

With Orban being one of the few sovereigntists in power in Europe with a clear majority in his parliament he’s under constant attack from the EU. But, at the same time, Hungary is too small to stand on its own.

It can neither alienate the West completely, as represented by the EU, nor fully turn East and look to Russia to protect it. This is why Orban, like Trump, talks a big game, makes some moves to declare Hungary sovereign but ultimately yields to the jackals in Brussels when they push back because he cannot afford to exist outside of that apparatus lest the country be completely destroyed.

So he fights skirmishes which play well at home, shoring up his popular support while making deft economic and infrastructure moves which just skirt the wrath of the European Union.

I don’t expect Orban to fight the EU over the ECJ striking down the Anti-Soros law. But he will force open some transparency, gaining a real win but nothing on par with what Vladimir Putin achieved in Russia.

For now, Soros’ Open Society Foundation and Central European University are gone from Hungary but you can see the intensity with which this war against independence from The Davos Crowd is fought.

Even lowly Hungary, a country of no great importance and just 10 million people, must be crushed under the boot heel of these pigs who are, obviously, more equal than the rest of us, just like their new shocktroops in the Black Revolution here in the U.S.

At some point Orban, like Trump, will have to make a major move which changes the direction of his country permanently, but this Anti-NGO law is not the hill to fight that battle on.

It is these fights that happen away from the front lines in places like Atlanta and Seattle, that highlight just how big the stakes are and how deep the problems are.

What’s also clear is that Trump just confirmed for us that he understands these stakes and he’s willing to take on the biggest racketeering operation in the world today, the people protected by the SDNY, as he stares at an unbridled assault on both his presidency and the future of the Western world.

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14 thoughts on “Tom Luongo, The US Is In Civil War (And Why Berman’s Firing Matters)”

  1. “The U.S. has been under constant attack this way since before even World War II, going back to Commintern (which never ended, it just morphed into today’s NGO’s)
    Trump and Orban represent leaders who understand this problem explicitly and are trying to dismantle the apparatus arrayed against them. ”

    I am sorry to say that I do not see any evidence in president Trump’s or A G Barr’s decisions and actions that support that they do “understand this problem …and are tryig to dismantle the apparatus arrayed against them.

    I knew the firing of Berman was a matter involving the deepest depths of the Swamp and I have only seen for-public-consumption superficial reasons given for this firing. It seemed to be flubbed by Barr from the beginning when he said on the record that Berman resigned and later Berman denied that and Barr had to walk back his comments. I believe I also came across some sort of distancing comments on video by the president about Barr’s statements and actions.

    The president is not taking the action that law abiding Americans expect and deserve regarding using U S military forces to quell the federal crimes and murder and looting happening in Seattle and other places.
    Here is one short video that address that deep concern.

    A Change of Venue Isn’t a “Win”


    I am done with hearing about how president Trump has “pieces in place” or is playing 4D chess yadda yadda. Trump recently said …
    “Trump said he offered assistance in the matter but was turned down and appeared to dismiss the situation.
    “Any time you want, we’ll come in. We’ll straighten it out in one hour or less. Now I may be wrong, but it’s probably better for us to just to watch that disaster,” Trump said. The president went on to say he asked lawmakers about the situation and that they encouraged him to not act.
    “Congressman, what do you think? I can straighten it out fast. Can we just go in?” Trump said. “‘No, sir, let it simmer for a little while. Let people see what radical-left Democrats will do to our country.’”

    That is a very disgusting betrayal of the American people in my opinion.

    Over the entire time of his presidency we have been given full and damning information about the top swamp creatures and yet there has not been one indictment and prosecution. We have been promised over and over again that the first “unsealed indictment” would happen any day. But that goal post has been moved over and over again.
    Now innocent people are being murdered in our streets and private property is being destroyed and the people are losing their livelihoods en masse to the point of complete economic breakdown and utter mayhem in the streets. And the president is playing games and doing nothing.

    I think it is a good thing that Berman is out of his position. .Something good for the USA republic appears to have happened but probably not for the right reasons.

    Berman seemed to be stalling and doing nothing regarding the following crimes that I believe may have been in his jurisdictional purview, such as…

    Jeffrey Epstein child sex human trafficking ring

    Jeffrey Epstein “death” while in federal prison in NYC

    9-11 inquiries

    Anthony Weinstein laptop contents matter ?

    Clinton Foundation

    Lastly, I did not like such phrases as

    “protests against the killing of George Floyd”

    Jeffrey Epstein raid/murder
    (What raid? What murder? Murder by whom? The supervisor and director of the administration and operation of the Bureau of Prisons?)

    1. Dachsie…I really get your frustration. I am in about the same space, but have decided to be patient and see what develops. Believe me, that takes a lot because I am fairly totally fed up with in-action. BUT, considering Trump’s position between a rock and a hard place, I took a breath. Getting rid of Berman is a good thing despite that it may be for other reasons. Who really knows, eh? Since everyone can be deemed a domestic terrorist, I do not see any legal problem with dispersing federal troops within the US……did we not do that in the 60’s…Kent State and all that? I could be wrong…..So why he thinks he needs the permission or agreement of CONgress befuddles me a bit. Is he passing off the responsibility to them to clear himself? I don’t know. But I do believe he’s is being possibly TOO careful. Now we have a bunch of worthless, paid agitators walking away thinking they can get away with anything. THAT is not acceptable. All in all, considering that everyone knows the responsibility for all this is at the Dems feet, despite his inaction, he probably gained millions of votes. He may have lost a few fence sitters.
      It seems to be a waiting game and like you and many others, I am dog tired of waiting. We can attribute some interesting qualities to Trump…spontaneity is NOT one of them. In a political world as complicated as we have in which the slightest peep of a tweet can move billions of Wall Street fake dollars and make and break lives of the rich and poor, MAYBE that is a good thing.

      1. Will, I think you are Stockholm syndromed. Nothing has or ever will change in a fundamental way with Trump. He has dithered and his base has suffered. What did he do at Charlottesville? Nothing. Does he ever say how the white person who put him in office has benefited from him being in office? We are in this mess because of this patience you mention.

      2. I am not in love with the man, but I am an optimist, so I will hang on to the bitter end. I have little to lose since it’s all out of my control. If you have a better idea like Biden, let me know. If Ventura decided to run, I would campaign for him, but I doubt that is happening. Meanwhile, I rescinded my voting registration long ago, so it will take someone like Ventura for me to put forth any energy into the (s)election process.

        I WILL NOT vote for the lesser of two evils because the lesser is still evil.

      3. Your comment about having a better idea like Biden is dysregulated. I am not voting in any federal election this year. I did four years ago and it is worse now than it was. The problem is you do have some control. You can buys guns, stock up, bulk up, educate people with evidentiary proof why they should not wear a mask, get contact traced and take the RNA vaccines. You also have a lot to lose if you do nothing but wait…SMDH!

      4. Dysregulated….That’s an interesting word….the definition I found is:

        : impairment of a physiological regulatory mechanism (as that governing metabolism, immune response, or organ function)

        Maybe you can explain the use of that word in this context…it escapes me.

        I find it baffling that you present me with things I can do that I already do, not knowing me from Adam.

        Personally, I would never assume I know anyone from a few words on a blog.

        Thanks for your revealing reply.

        Carry on.

      5. Hey Will, these were your words: I don’t have any control. People who write or say such things are not doing any of the things I mentioned. People who do those things have some control and hope. So, which is it Will?

      6. TTIW….Have you ever been in combat? If so, you know things are out of your control…but you continue to fight. That’s my nature. What’s yours?

  2. This article gives Trump far too much credit.

    Trump resists his Jewish masters in ways that don’t change their agenda– like complaining about the fake press. Has that changed anything?

    Trump is controlled just like everything else in the US. And that’s another reason why this won’t end well.

    Let’s hope for complete balkanization. This would not serve the Jewish interest.

    1. Yes; either get blacks the hell out of this country or create an ethno state for whites. No more diversity, cultural appropriation nonsense. Actually, many whites better wake up before it is too late. Soon, I will not hold your hand and you will fall into the abyss designed for you.

      1. Multiculturalism. In a pigs eye. It’s all such a fucking joke.
        And the American people have been propagandized to accept it, and apply the word racist to those who expose the fraud.

  3. Is this Trump going against his Zionist controllers? He’s most definitely honing in on the source of the funding, but is there anyone he can put in who will be approved by the Zionist/communist controlled CONgress? The madness continue WORLD wide. Black Lives Matter is written on the streets of DC large enough to be seen from space. Statues representing our history, culture and men and women who shaped this country are gone and many are under attack. Will they be replaced? Will the lives destroyed , business’ decimated and incomes gone be somehow “fixed’?
    It all seems to be a waiting game, but the irreparable damage continues.
    And we all know who’s behind it, do we not?


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