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The views expressed herein are solely the views of Sgt Tim and do not reflect the views of Doug Hagmann, Joe Hagmann, or the Hagmann Report. 

On June 19, 2017, I appeared on The Hagmann and Hagmann Report to discuss the situation unfolding in Syria and the rising tensions between the United States and Russia. It stemmed from the shoot-down of a Syrian SU-22 by and American F/A-18 Super Hornet and the flurry of statements made by each side that came within hours. While we discussed many prudent topics during that conversation, I wanted to write this article to give a picture of what a possible war with Russia might look like. You can find our conversation from June 19 below:

(Also, I want to thank those that encouraged and prayed for me during the above appearance, as well as those that did so the past couple of days as I was suffering some intense back pain. God bless each one of you!)

Before we get started with this assessment, it is important to point out that this analysis is written not to include even a limited nuclear exchange. It is my opinion that there would be no limited exchange, as a launch by one side or another would likely set off a chain of events that would see every nuclear-capable nation launching and attempting to destroy civilization as we know it. You might ask why. I believe that in the event of an exchange none of the nuclear-capable governments would want to take on the burden of the aftermath of even a limited exchange between the United States and Russia. We are not talking about the same level of destruction that was unleashed on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but weapons far more destructive. It would impact the global economy, environment, and human psychology in such a way that rebuilding would be next to impossible, and death from fallout and radiation could very well make most of the northern hemisphere inhabitable. The alternative would be destruction on a global scale, with no safe space to hide. I am a Christian and therefore believe in the events prophesied in the Book of Revelation, and so I cannot believe that this would be the end of the age of man. A limited use of tactical nuclear weapons would be possible, but I believe even their use would quickly escalate to complete annihilation of our world.

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