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“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

-Ephesians 6:12

Harm is defined by such words as hurt, pain, suffering, distress, anguish, trauma, torment, grief, impairment, defacement, defilement, ruin, loss and finally destruction.

Each of these words is being inflicted upon our children and young people with metronome regularity, day in, day out, –  now – , as these words are being written.  

Perhaps the greatest harm to the children and youth, to their families, friends and community is that of capture.  The pain and suffering of being captured from the child’s perspective is perhaps paralleled at an unfathomable level of fear with what the families face in having their child or youth gone.   This knife of horror cuts both ways, searing indelible trauma into the minds of all affected.  It appears this cannot be truly understood until it is personally experienced, and even for us to imagine this abyss of nightmares, is a dark and difficult journey.  

Official numbers vary greatly regarding the number of missing children and youth in America annually. Government statistics appear grossly underestimated with numbers of about half a million, while scholars and social scientists in non governmental organizations report many numbers averaging about 800,000 and upwards even to two million.  A big red flag is the lack of consistency in the statistics.  With the new open border system now in operation, this discrepancy will increase exponentially, as child and youth migrants, often lacking both documentation and guardians, cross over the border for a better life as they unknowingly jump from the frying pan into the fire. 

The list of risks and challenges children and young people face today is as long as it is depressing.  From compromising and poisoning the most elemental of physical human needs, such as the health of the conservation of our natural resources such as air food and water, all the way  to extremes such as their capture for satanic ritual abuse, the risks are great and many..  

We must all stop all of this. And now is a good time, and today is a good day.  Join us at OCOC.  Together, we are stronger.

Please help OCOC help Our Children and save them from harm.

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