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[–] Thisismyvoatusername 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

That is a bullshit number if I have ever heard one. Seriously, just do the math and it becomes clear the number couldn’t possibly be real or it would be such a problem everyone would know it and it wouldn’t need to be the subject of shock journalism. Given the current estimated population of the planet, that would be 1 in 1,000 people (not children, but all people). When you consider the number of children is only a portion of the total, you realize that this number would mean on average every school would on average have an abduction of one of their students every year or some shit. That’s asinine. If it were that prevalent it wouldn’t be a hidden problem.

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[–] LordOfTheRope 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Yup. If you follow the article's logic, that means eventually all children will disappear.

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[–] Putzmiester 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I wish there was more we can do but you're right. We can only lift, eat right, move out of cities and raise our families right. That is what you have to do to resist the system... THAT is considered rebelling now.

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[–] regulator1488 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Read the White Resistance Manual. Or Clarence the Mighty Martian Slayer.

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[–] Thisismyvoatusername 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

That’s kind of a bullshit number, though. Yes, there may be 800,000 kids reported as missing each year. Most turn up within a few days and were hanging out with other people because of issues at home or something. The number of actual runaways who don’t return and are sex trafficked or of abductions by non-parents is much smaller.

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[–] andrew_jackson 2 points 0 points (+2|-2) ago 

Eight million? You chuckle-fucks are seriously retarded.

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[–] hwong 1 point -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

A subject I have followed for years in great amazement... Here's the low end of the numbers int he US alone:

How many children go missing in the USA a year? In the United States, an estimated 460,000 children are reported missing every year. Missing Children's Statistics - Global Missing Children's Network globalmissingkids.org/awareness/missing-children-statistics/

Although some say its closer to 800k then 500k... Canada has the exact same problem, in fact it's higher per capita then the US, and it's suspected that the numbers are through the roof in Mexico, but the government doesn't keep good records....

8 mill sounds about exactly right... Its a crazy world hu? My question is.... Where do the bodies end up?

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[–] Wowbagger ago 

Website leads to a 500 error

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[–] Z11Mama ago 

It may sound like a bullshit number and you can manipulate the math all you want. If you do an actual investigation into the topic, start with teachers. Multiple teachers have told me that they believe AT LEAST one child in every single one of their classes is a victim. That would make the number a lot higher than 800,000. The reason people dont get it is all of the dumbshits who say it isnt real. One would think that with childrens safety at stake, every single piece of information would be thoroughly researched before making such an irresponsible and dangerous statement as 'no way this is real'. You can prove that how?

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[–] Brainthinkies ago 

8 million? I'm sure the scandal is real, but come on, more than the Clinton body count?

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