Each year, 8,000,000 children are reported missing worldwide.

Each year, 800,000 children are reported missing in The United States.

Some of these kids are found or return home. The question is, where are these children? Where are the rest?

Protecting our children is of the highest priority. I’ve written about this subject over and over again. At times, my viewpoints have been relatively shocking and have drawn objections. I understand the thought of executing pedophiles may seem extreme to some folks.

Note: I’m aware of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act and the need to preserve our privacy. As a nation, we’ve already given away too many of our rights.

There are thousands of jobs requiring a Pre-employment Polygraph Test, including Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, Distributors, and Dispensers. With the exception of Law Enforcement, there are few [Position of Trust] Jobs requiring a Polygraph Test during the hiring process. For Example, Positions with Child Protective Services, Day-care Centers, Adoptive Parents, and those who create legislation concerning our children’s well-being.

The process of locating individuals involved in Child Trafficking isn’t complicated. Ask yourself, where would these people position themselves to have access to children? What jobs and careers would allow traffickers to influence [who keeps and does not retain custody of their children]?

Keep in mind; I understand the need for Child Protective Services. I spent several years living within the Drug World, and I’ve witnessed the complete lack of boundaries and proper parenting that can be found at times. Although, these things happen in the Sober World as well.

Furthermore, I’m not part of a conspiracy theory campaign. I’ve been contemplating these probabilities for more than 20 years. I don’t have a file of evidence, data, or videos to substantiate my opinions and perceptions. Sometimes knowing or perceiving something can be a frustrating matter. Have you ever had a gut feeling about something, a feeling so significant that it changed your entire day? Maybe this event saved your life? Now, scale-up those feelings to a profound and overwhelming level. Yep, just like that! We don’t always know why we discern something. Like a vast puzzle, I’ve been piecing together an image for many years.

Other priorities aside, I believe a Political Administration can be assessed by this: Does the administration work to cultivate changes to safeguard our children? Legislation to protect our children? Do statistics reflect an improvement to curtail Child Trafficking?

Joseph Shanklin

January 9, 2021

8 thoughts on “My Thoughts This Morning [Child Trafficking & Polygraphs]

  1. “It has been said that if child abuse and neglect were to disappear today, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual would shrink to the size of a pamphlet in two generations, and the prisons would empty. Or, as Bernie Siegel, MD, puts it, quite simply, after half a century of practicing medicine, ‘I have become convinced that our number-one public health problem is our childhood’.” (pg.228)
    Allowed to continue unhindered, such abuse will cause the child’s brain to improperly develop; and if allowed to continue, it’s the helpless infant’s starting point towards a childhood, adolescence and (in particular) adulthood in which its brain uncontrollably releases potentially damaging levels of inflammation-promoting stress hormones and chemicals, even in non-stressful daily routines.
    A psychologically sound as well as a physically healthy future should be all children’s foremost right—especially considering the very troubled world into which they never asked to enter.

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      1. I feel strongly about this serious social issue, especially as general society continues to perceive thus treat human reproductive rights as though we, in blind anticipation, will automatically understand and appropriately nurture our children’s naturally developing minds and needs.

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