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[–] abortionburger 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Just out of curiosity, does this number include kids who wander off and their parents panic and call the police, only for them to be found a few hours later? Not that it makes it any less of a grave number.... just thinking for clarity's sake.

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[–] Judgejewdy [S] 2 points 4 points (+6|-2) ago 

Doesn't matter. It's a real, true number and that's all that's needed to get attention. As I'm sure you're aware, it happens in advertising and marketing all. the. time. It's about time we employ the same techniques that work for everyone else rather than letting ourselves get bogged down in arguments that the opposition would use to throw at us.

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[–] Cara_C 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

Of course it matters if we go around saying there are 800,000 children who go missing each year if 99% of them are found shortly after being reported missing. It allows people to say, "These people are lying alarmists pointing to obviously false data. We can't believe a word that comes out of their mouths." discrediting anything else we say.

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

Fair point! I just like to be able to understand all sides of statistics. Definitely good ammunition though.

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[–] Littleredcorvette 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Your question illustrates the need for a standardized national reporting model for data. The variance between local reporting categories can often disguise the true numbers.

@judgejewdy is right. We are stating the "official" publicly available stats. That's all we have access to.

A good line of research would be for people to explore their local districts policy on how missing children are reported, and what happens to the missing status once found. And other general reporting data and processes too. Then report back.

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[–] Judgejewdy [S] 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Actually, for the sake of the cause, I wouldn't bother wasting valuable research time with all that. It's unnecessary. The point is to get attention. If people who see that stat want to dig deeper, let them. Actually, that's exactly what we want. Bc once they dig, the truth becomes more and more clear.

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[–] libertyforhumanity 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I was thinking about this too. Investigating orphanages / adoption agencies, police records in various states of reported children who went missing and of course contacting parents who have had children gone missing and never found. There has to be some links/evidence here. Take the McCann case and who was apparently in the same town when it happened. There must be other less high profiled situations like this.

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[–] Judgejewdy [S] 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago  (edited ago)

This statement makes no sense and isn't supported. Provide evidence of your comment if/when you're ready. Until then, keep using the stat I mentioned to get attention. That's the goal, right?!?! Right???

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[–] ArthurEdens 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

They overplay that aspect but those numbers are very small percentage-wise

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

A good article describing how child porn has reached "epidemic status". This Author is compiling a database of all CP arrests linked at the end of the article. https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/child-porn-crisis-has-reached-epidemic-proportions-in-north-america

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

Not that we can trust figures provided by the government or the media, but they're the ones who provided the 800,000 figure and its explanation. Apparently, these statistics are based on a 2002 US Department of Justice study that looked at data from sources throughout the country a few years earlier. According to the co-author of the study, David Finkelhor, 99% of those 800,000 children reported missing soon turned up. Many just weren't where their parents expected them to be, some ran away, some were taken by the non-custodial parent or other relatives, and eventually returned or accounted for. Stranger abductions are reportedly very unusual. "Just 115 of the 797,500 children were subject to what Finkelhor and his co-authors define as a "stereotypical" kidnapping - that is, they were abducted by a stranger and detained overnight, perhaps permanently, or taken at least 50 miles away." (http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-32386685))

I don't believe permanently disappearing children outnumber cancer deaths or anything close to it. I know a large number of people who have died of cancer or who have told me they had friends or family who have died of cancer. I don't know personally know anyone who has had a child kidnapped and I don't know of anyone who's ever told me their friends or family have had a child go missing and never return. If it were as common as cancer deaths, most of us would personally know or know of dozens of people in our lifetimes who'd had their children kidnapped. In my experience, this isn't the case.

Keep in mind that many of the children abused in Pizzagate aren't missing or aren't reported missing if they go missing. They're abused by their parents or other family members in Satanic ritual abuse, which they are then brought up to perpetrate on others within the cult. Victims have reported being forced to bear children to be sacrificed or given abortions, after which they have been forced to partake in eating the fetus. These babies aren't reported born, nevermind missing. They have reported being forced to kill homeless adults. Children abused in foster care, daycare, schools, camps, or churches aren't reported missing. A lot of horrific abuse can go on without children going missing.

Also, there have been allegations that children have been kidnapped from war-torn or impoverished countries or countries without good birth registration systems. These children could be abused or murdered and wouldn't be counted as missing US children.

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[–] Intheknow 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

All of this is to push the "Chip" think about it. There is always something lurking in the background. Would you chip your kid if you thought it would keep them safe? National register of children?

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[–] NeedPolyGF 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

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[–] fogdryer 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Here in Arizona the number of child drownings is astounding. Child falls in the pool !!!!!

Wtf ? It begins at home. Watch your kids Watch your government