Canon is a conspiracy theory that’s been around since the 1980s. It contends that a secret pedophile cult is run by Satan-worshipping pedophiles that are working a worldwide child pornography trade. The story goes like this: a large number of pedophiles have fled to a hidden location, where they’ve organized their crimes into a system, which can be easily traced back to the “real world” through the Internet.
It’s an interesting premise and one that has some merit to it, but in order to prove this theory you need to show why there is a pedophile cult running rampant on the Internet. If you’re going to show this theory has any validity, you need to show it’s true, so let’s talk about some of the details surrounding this mysterious pedophile cult that’s running rampant on the Internet.
The Pedophile Ring Goes Global – First and foremost, Canon claims that a number of pedophiles are running rampant online, so you’re going to need to show evidence of this. If you don’t provide this evidence, then you have no chance at all of proving the validity of this theory. One thing that’s needed is hard evidence, which means you need to show that there is a massive pedophile ring running rampant online. This is what makes it very difficult to prove a theory, because there’s a mountain of evidence to be presented, and it would take months to present all the evidence and try and convince the judges that you have solid proof that this pedophile ring exists.
There’s No Evidence – Another of the big problems with the Qanon theory is that it doesn’t seem to provide any evidence of its claims. In fact, there is no hard evidence to show that there is even a pedophile ring running rampant online. To the best of my knowledge, there is only one man who’s alleged to be a member of this ring. This man has never been seen or heard from again, so there’s really no way of telling if this man was involved in any pedophile activities.
The Pedophile Rings Run Rampant Online – Now, that doesn’t mean that there aren’t any pedophile rings running rampant online. Of course, there are. But it seems unlikely that there are as many pedophile rings running rampant online as there are made up by the Qanon theorists. I’m also not convinced that there is such a large number of pedophiles running rampant online as Qanon suggests. There’s just too much evidence that there are far fewer.
There Are Too Many Other Websites And Internet Tons of Websites – The truth is, there are far too many websites on the Internet for it not to be true that there are far more pedophile rings out there. However, there’s no way that there’s a huge pedophile ring running rampant on the Internet.
So, to get through this entire argument, you need to show me something substantial that proves a pedophile ring does exist. You just can’t simply say that there is no such thing. And the only way you can do that is to show me some evidence that they exist and how prevalent the pedophiles actually are.
Now, I’m going to give you my take on why it’s almost impossible to prove that there’s a pedophile ring exists. However, I’m going to help you by showing you one way that you can prove their existence. so that you’ll know that you don’t have to. rely on just a few vague rumors and wild accusations.