FULL NEOCON: New House Speaker Declared that Russia, China, and Iran Are New Axis of Evil

In an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, new House Speaker Mike Johnson promised to support the deployment of military aid to Israel and Ukraine.

The Louisiana Congressman said to Sean Hannity that China, Russia, and Iran make up an “axis of evil” that constitutes a major threat to the US national security state.

“Big priorities in this moment right now. We have Israel being attacked, we have unrest, we have the Ukraine situation we’ve got to deal with, we have China being aggressive, we have Iran with all the meddling, and China, Russia, and Iran working together. This is a dangerous time.” he proclaimed.

“Hamas and Hezbollah are proxies of Iran, and they’re tied in now with Russia and China. I mean, it is a new axis of evil. That’s how we see it, “Johnson added, the states are a “huge [threat to the US.] It’s the biggest threat since World War II.”

With respect to Ukraine, Johnson proclaimed that American taxpayer dollars must continue. “Now we can’t allow Vladimir Putin to Prevail in Ukraine because I don’t believe it would stop there,” he stated. “And it would probably encourage and empower China to perhaps make a move on Taiwan. We have these concerns. We’re not going to abandon them.”  

Johnson noted he would like Congress to establish more oversight over increased aid to Ukraine. However, Johnson qualified this call for oversight by saying it was not a requirement to pass a lavish military aid bill for Ukraine.

Johnson highlighted that he is in favor of the Biden regime’s proposed $105 billion bill that would continue funding the US government’s proxy war adventure in Ukraine, Israel’s conflict with Hamas in Gaza, the US national security state’s military buildup in the Pacific, and allegedly bolster security at the southern border. Johnson called attention to how the prevailing view among House Republicans is to separate the funding into separate bills.

In addition to supporting future aid injections into Ukraine, the Speaker is receptive to sending American soldiers to the Middle East to defend the Jewish state. “Watching it very closely, one thing that House Republicans are resolved on is that we must stand with our most important Ally in the Middle East, and that’s Israel.” He continued by noting, “I hope that it doesn’t come to boots on the ground.”

Unfortunately, it seems that some things never change in American politics. There’s a pro-interventionist uniparty in DC that’s more concerned with serving the interests of the military-industrial complex and foreign lobbies as opposed to those of the Historic American Nation. 

The present set of leaders will do nothing to advance the country’s interests. There will need to be an America First style regime change effort for the US to reverse and go back to a rational foreign policy. 

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