8 MILLION Children Go Missing Each Year Across the World — There’s Something More to Child Trafficking Than Most Think

The number of children that go missing each year across the world is staggering: 8 Million! That’s 320 million children in the past four decades alone.

Clearly, there’s something more to the story.

According to many whistleblowers, after the second world war we have developed a large space fleet, established extensive colonies on the Moon and Mars and we have companies that already mine for rare metals in the asteroid belt.

We should also take into account the huge underground bases, built on all continents (some of which are 30 stories deep).

All these projects require slave workers and that’s the final stage of child trafficking.

Of course, many of the children are being used for sexritualistic sacrifice, organ harvesting, etc., here, on Earth, but most of them are being shipped to these secret colonies and raised as slaves.

Try telling this to the world and you’re immediately going to be labeled “insane.”

By Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com

3 thoughts on “8 MILLION Children Go Missing Each Year Across the World — There’s Something More to Child Trafficking Than Most Think

  1. There are only 4 million children born in the US every year. 130 million born in the world. Even in the remotest of third world countries, this would make news. Just because someone on the internet says it’s true doesn’t make it so. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the United States — that’s roughly 2,000 per day. Of those, there are 115 child “stranger abduction” cases each year, which means the child was taken by an unknown person.

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