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16th Jul '17 7:03:23 PM doctor_suikotsu
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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy of it is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse. Homura effectively turns the situation from "her friend dying" to "her friend becoming evil and so powerful the entire world is destroyed." This applies to timelines 1-4, in which Homura keeps making things worse; timelines 5 and 6 change everything]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.

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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy of it is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse. Homura effectively turns the situation from "her friend dying" to "her friend becoming evil and so powerful the entire world is destroyed." This applies to timelines 1-4, in which Homura keeps making things worse; timelines 5 and 6 change everything]] Subtly subverted because it's [[spoiler:it's implied that the events actually ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.
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16th Jul '17 6:53:19 PM doctor_suikotsu
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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy of it is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse. Homura effectively turns the situation from "her friend dying" to "her friend becoming evil and so powerful the entire world is destroyed"]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.

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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy of it is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse. Homura effectively turns the situation from "her friend dying" to "her friend becoming evil and so powerful the entire world is destroyed"]] destroyed." This applies to timelines 1-4, in which Homura keeps making things worse; timelines 5 and 6 change everything]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.
16th Jul '17 6:01:09 PM doctor_suikotsu
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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse.]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.

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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy of it is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse.]] worse. Homura effectively turns the situation from "her friend dying" to "her friend becoming evil and so powerful the entire world is destroyed"]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.
16th Jul '17 5:53:18 PM doctor_suikotsu
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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse.]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually [[i]] were, [[/i]] in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.

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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse.]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually [[i]] were, [[/i]] ''were'' in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.
16th Jul '17 5:52:34 PM doctor_suikotsu
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* In "Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica," [[spoiler: Homura keeps trying to warn characters about the future, but they won't believe her warnings. When this future does eventually come true, Kyubey insinuates that the tragedy is actually all her fault, because it was her trying to warn everyone about the consequences that made said consequences even worse.]] Subtly subverted because it's implied that the events actually [[i]] were, [[/i]] in a way, TheCassandra's fault, rather than this being a scapegoat situation.
27th Jun '17 3:00:09 PM bificommander
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* ''The Last Warring Angel'' starts with the FBI questioning a man who tried to assasinate the president. The man informs them that he wasn't trying to kill the president, but his EvilChancelor who's going to manipulate the U.S. into World War 3 after North Korea nukes Seoul. He's treated as a madman at first, and a North Korean spy once Seoul indeed gets nuked.

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* ''The Last Warring Angel'' starts with the FBI questioning a man who tried to assasinate the president. The man informs them that he wasn't trying to kill the president, but his EvilChancelor EvilChancellor who's going to manipulate the U.S. into World War 3 after North Korea nukes Seoul. He's treated as a madman at first, and a North Korean spy once Seoul indeed gets nuked.
27th Jun '17 2:59:42 PM bificommander
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* ''The Last Warring Angel'' starts with the FBI questioning a man who tried to assasinate the president. The man informs them that he wasn't trying to kill the president, but his EvilChancelor who's going to manipulate the U.S. into World War 3 after North Korea nukes Seoul. He's treated as a madman at first, and a North Korean spy once Seoul indeed gets nuked.
18th Mar '17 7:02:26 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}'' plot "The Curse of Maraqua", two sisters with the gift of foresight deal with this trope. The first sister, who sees happy events in her dreams, is lauded and welcomed; the other, who sees bad events in her nightmares, is feared and shunned.

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* In the ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}'' ''Website/{{Neopets}}'' plot "The Curse of Maraqua", two sisters with the gift of foresight deal with this trope. The first sister, who sees happy events in her dreams, is lauded and welcomed; the other, who sees bad events in her nightmares, is feared and shunned.
27th Feb '17 6:19:17 AM JackG
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* This becomes an InvokedTrope in ''An Enemy of the People'' (1978) when the protagonist is framed to look as if his objection to a tannery that was poisoning the town's water is a stock swindle.
27th Feb '17 6:13:01 AM JackG
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* When Hitler's forces invaded the Soviet Union, the authorities [[ThisCannotBe refused to believe it]]. Two air force pilots flew off to investigate the reports and confirmed that German troops were advancing well into Soviet territory, only to be arrested for spreading disinformation on their return. They were later court-martialed, despite having been right all along.

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* When Hitler's forces invaded the Soviet Union, the authorities [[ThisCannotBe refused to believe it]]. it]], insisting the reports were a trick to start a war. Two air force pilots flew off to investigate the reports and confirmed that German troops were advancing well into Soviet territory, only to be arrested for spreading disinformation on their return. They were later court-martialed, despite having been right all along.
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