The World we live in

Here’s an insight into whats happening in this jolly place we call home: 

“Boys from Africa are being murdered as human sacrif ices in London churches. They are brought into the capital to be offered up in rituals by fundamentalist Christian sects, according to a shocking report by Scotland Yard”
and “Last month Scotland Yard revealed it had traced just two out of 300 black boys aged four to seven reported missing from London schools in a three-month period.
The true figure for missing boys and girls is feared to be several thousand a year.”
“African children being tortured and killed after being identified as “witches” by church pastors.”
“There are believed to be 300 such churches in the UK, mostly in London.”

The original article is here

So… these figures are just in London. Translate that to a national scale. Then international. Then think that this is in a 3 month time scale, so logically multiply the figure accordingly.
I typed into google “children go missing every year” and the first result came through was from the Czech Republic. It states
“Every year the Czech police receive several thousand reports of missing children. In 2004, the figure came close to ten thousand – that’s in a country with a population of only ten million”.
I then ambled across to the obvious biggy, the USA. The estimate given was “Each year approximately 800,000 children go missing every year. That is one child every 40 seconds.” Of these, half are supposedly runaways, and 3/8ths are abducted by their own family members!!
Unfortunatly what they dont say is what percentage of these kids are found again. Just take that in again though. One every 40 seconds. In just America. North America. All 3 of the places mentioned have supposedly effective policing, and therefore their records of missing kids are resonably reliable. Transpose that to China, where vast areas are nowhere near cities. Huge populations live in shanti towns and lawlessness. The same goes in African countries.

What this gives us in the end is a stark overview of what we class as an “advanced civilized race” and shows us that when it boils down to it, we, as a species, have a lot more evolving to do.


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