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9th Feb '16 4:26:30 PM AndyLA
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* This is discussed by Ocelot in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain'' whenever you ask for his briefing on Soviet soldiers: --> ''Simple really, there's less hesitation to pull the trigger if they're not fighting their own race. Morbid cynicism, but it gets results. That's humanity for ya.''
26th Jan '16 5:03:15 PM theek01
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* "Savages" by Music/MarinaAndTheDiamonds, as the title might imply, is about the animalistic nature of humans. -->''Another day, another tale of rape\\ Another ticking bomb to bury deep and detonate\\ I'm not the only one who finds it hard to understand\\ I'm not afraid of God\\ I'm afraid of Man''
15th Jan '16 6:37:41 AM Goukenimaru
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* The conclusion Aur from ''LightNovel/MaouNoHajimekata'' has reached, he believes humanity are a collective of selfish beings who will sell out and betray anyone, anytime in anywhere if it means saving their behinds; something happened in his life, implied to be a massive betrayal that left him in shambles, it made him into the cold demon lord that Aur is today, someone whose only life goal is to make humanity suffer and submit them to his rule. The irony is that Aur himself is a human being, performing greater acts of evil out of misguided hatred; he is proving his own view to be right.
10th Jan '16 2:34:03 PM Monsund
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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemSacredStones'' had the Five Heroes of Magvel take all of the credit for sealing away [[BigBad Fomortiis]] and [[WrittenByTheWinners omit Morva from their exploits of saving the world]], and the Manaketes of Darkling Woods are rightfully pissed. The heroes apologize for their short-sightedness and promise to change this. ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has a ''lot'' of racism and outright violence towards the Laguz, including but not limited to the Serenes Massacre. Even some of the hero's companions are initially racist and distrusting of the Laguz, and some of the Laguz are just as distrusting of the Beorc. It takes two whole games for the tensions to truly begin to heal between Laguz and Beorc, and many support conversations and acts of heroism to soften the initial racists. ** Lastly, ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''. being a direct sequel to ''Akaneia'' had the Taguel genocide. Panne calls Emmeryn out on this, but softens when Emmeryn apologizes for the behavior of her ancestors.
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** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemSacredStones'' had the Five Heroes of Magvel take all of the credit for sealing away [[BigBad Fomortiis]] and [[WrittenByTheWinners omit Morva from their exploits of saving the world]], and [[ZombieAdvocate the Manaketes humans of Darkling Woods who do know the truth]] are rightfully pissed. The heroes apologize for their short-sightedness and promise to change this. this. Ironically [[HumbleHero Morva himself]] is more interested in guarding the Demon King. ** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'' has a ''lot'' of racism and outright violence towards the Laguz, including but not limited to the Serenes Massacre. Even some of the hero's companions are initially racist and distrusting of the Laguz, and some of the Laguz are just as distrusting of the Beorc.[[HumansByAnyOtherName Beorc]]. It takes two whole games for the tensions to truly begin to heal between Laguz and Beorc, and many support conversations and acts of heroism to soften the initial racists. ** Lastly, ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''. being ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'', a direct sequel [[BroadStrokes loose sequel]] to ''Akaneia'' had the Taguel genocide. Taguel, rabbit people who were apparently genocided by humans with unknown motives in a vaguely defined incident. The apparent last taguel, Panne calls Emmeryn accuses Emmeryn, the leader of a human nation, out on this, but softens when Emmeryn apologizes for the behavior of her ancestors.race. Ironically though the supposed Taguel prejudice is never seen at all, not even with the villains!
5th Jan '16 8:26:15 AM WillBGood
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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeaceOnEarth'', the human race pushes itself to extinction through a series of wars fought for [[SillyReasonForWar increasingly nonsensical reasons]]. The wars drag on and on at atrocious cost until only two men are left in the whole world, and [[MutualKill they end up shooting each other dead]], leaving the planet to be inherited by RidiculouslyCuteCritters. The animals don't really remember humans very well but given the nightmarish stories and the [[Literature/TheBible "book of rules"]] the humans had but didn't pay much attention to, they come to the conclusion that the world's better off without them anyway.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/PeaceOnEarth'', the human race pushes itself to extinction through a series of wars fought for [[SillyReasonForWar increasingly nonsensical reasons]]. The wars drag on and on at atrocious cost until only two men are left in the whole world, and [[MutualKill they end up shooting each other dead]], leaving the planet to be inherited by RidiculouslyCuteCritters.{{Ridiculously Cute Critter}}s. The animals don't really remember humans very well but given the nightmarish stories and the [[Literature/TheBible "book of rules"]] the humans had but didn't pay much attention to, they come to the conclusion that the world's better off without them anyway.
31st Dec '15 4:53:51 PM nombretomado
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* Played for laughs by ''{{Community}}'' in "Debate 109," an episode involving a debate championship with the subject of "Is Man good or evil?" The main characters [[ComedicSociopathy have to argue the latter position against a disabled man]].
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* Played for laughs by ''{{Community}}'' ''Series/{{Community}}'' in "Debate 109," an episode involving a debate championship with the subject of "Is Man good or evil?" The main characters [[ComedicSociopathy have to argue the latter position against a disabled man]].
27th Dec '15 12:58:48 PM jccw227
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* J'onn goes through these sentiments in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' when doing a mindsweep of the city in an attempt to find Luthor, ends up discovering the vanity and selfishness of mankind. He retreats to the woods but gets some faith in humanity restored when he reads the thoughts of a group of people trying to find a little girl who got lost.
27th Dec '15 9:15:40 AM Dravencour
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* This is the premise of ''Anime/HellGirl''. In the first season, almost every victim is an AssholeVictim and the clients are mostly Woobies who torment them horribly. However, the season also reveals Ai's backstory. [[spoiler:She was meant to be a sacrifice to her village's god. She and her cousin Sentarou, whom she loved, broke one of the rules, resulting in Ai and her parents being buried alive by the villagers, including Sentarou, who was forced to do so.]] In the second season, Futakamori, the theme has changed to BlackAndGreyMorality, where the viewers sometimes sympathize with the victims as well if the clients happen to be bastards. The final arc of the season, takes the cake where almost everyone in the town is a complete asshole; [[spoiler:they banish each other to hell and use Takuma as the scapegoat because of his reputation as the "Devil Child"]]. And in the third season, Mitsuganae, the humans are so fucked up in their mind that none of Ai's clients get a happy ending like the ones from first season. The new main character in the third season, Yuzuki Mikage, is a victim of this trope: [[spoiler:it's revealed that she's DeadAllAlong. But what killed her? Her father was a bus driver, whose many customers were killed in an accident. The bus company blamed him for it, leading to Yuzuki and her mother being isolated by society and nobody helping them when the mother fell sick and died, and Yuzuki died of starvation]].
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* This is the premise of ''Anime/HellGirl''. In the first season, almost every victim is an AssholeVictim and the clients are mostly Woobies who torment them horribly. However, the season also reveals Ai's backstory. [[spoiler:She was meant to be a sacrifice to her village's god. She and her cousin Sentarou, whom she loved, broke one of the rules, resulting in Ai and her parents being buried alive by the villagers, including Sentarou, who was forced to do so.]] In the second season, Futakamori, the theme has changed to BlackAndGreyMorality, where the viewers sometimes sympathize with the victims as well if the clients happen to be bastards. The final arc of the season, season takes the cake where almost everyone in the town is a complete asshole; [[spoiler:they banish each other to hell and use Takuma as the scapegoat because of his reputation as the "Devil Child"]]. And in the third season, Mitsuganae, the humans are so fucked up in their mind that none of Ai's clients get a happy ending like the ones from first season. The new main character in the third season, Yuzuki Mikage, is a victim of this trope: [[spoiler:it's revealed that she's DeadAllAlong. But what killed her? Her father was a bus driver, whose many customers were killed in an accident. The bus company blamed him for it, leading to Yuzuki and her mother being isolated by society and nobody helping them when the mother fell sick and died, and Yuzuki died of starvation]].
27th Dec '15 9:15:03 AM Dravencour
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* This is the premise of ''Anime/HellGirl''. In the first season, almost every victim is an AssholeVictim and the clients are mostly woobies. However, the season also reveals Ai's backstory. [[spoiler:She was meant to be a sacrifice to her village's god. She and her cousin Sentarou, whom she loved, broke one of the rules, resulting that Ai and her parents were buried alive by the villagers, including Sentarou who was forced to do so.]] In the second season, the theme has changed to BlackAndGreyMorality, where the viewers sometimes sympathize with the victims as well if the clients happen to be bastards. The final arc of the season takes the cake where almost everyone in that goddamn town is a dirty assholes; [[spoiler:they banish each other to hell and use Takuma as the scapegoat because of his reputation as the "Devil Child"]]. And in the third season, the humans are so fucked up in their mind that no client get a happy end like the ones from first season. The new main character in the third season, Yuzuki Mikage, is a victim of this trope: [[spoiler:it's revealed that she's DeadAllAlong. But what killed her? Her father was a bus driver, who and many customers were killed in an accident. The bus company gave him the fault, leading that Yuzuki and her mother were isolated by the society and nobody helped them when the mother was sick and died and Yuzuki died a hunger death]].
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* This is the premise of ''Anime/HellGirl''. In the first season, almost every victim is an AssholeVictim and the clients are mostly woobies.Woobies who torment them horribly. However, the season also reveals Ai's backstory. [[spoiler:She was meant to be a sacrifice to her village's god. She and her cousin Sentarou, whom she loved, broke one of the rules, resulting that in Ai and her parents were being buried alive by the villagers, including Sentarou Sentarou, who was forced to do so.]] In the second season, Futakamori, the theme has changed to BlackAndGreyMorality, where the viewers sometimes sympathize with the victims as well if the clients happen to be bastards. The final arc of the season season, takes the cake where almost everyone in that goddamn the town is a dirty assholes; complete asshole; [[spoiler:they banish each other to hell and use Takuma as the scapegoat because of his reputation as the "Devil Child"]]. And in the third season, Mitsuganae, the humans are so fucked up in their mind that no client none of Ai's clients get a happy end ending like the ones from first season. The new main character in the third season, Yuzuki Mikage, is a victim of this trope: [[spoiler:it's revealed that she's DeadAllAlong. But what killed her? Her father was a bus driver, who and whose many customers were killed in an accident. The bus company gave blamed him the fault, for it, leading that to Yuzuki and her mother were being isolated by the society and nobody helped helping them when the mother was fell sick and died died, and Yuzuki died a hunger death]].of starvation]].
15th Dec '15 7:54:27 PM FF32
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* ''WebOriginal/SCPFoundation'': There's various examples of SCP objects who certainly think this is true, and the amount of SCP objects that were man-made certainly helps. However, one SCP object in particular plays around with this in an odd, and certainly impressive way: [[spoiler:SCP-2000, the ResetButton cloning facility & cold data storage they have to "reset" human civilization in case of catastrophe. Where does this come into effect? They can edit the output, and the logs say no more attempts to tone down humanity's violent and sociopathic tendencies will be made. Why? They're already made two ''successful'' ones, and any more would just kill humanity's drive to fight for their right to live]].
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* ''WebOriginal/SCPFoundation'': ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': There's various examples of SCP objects who certainly think this is true, and the amount of SCP objects that were man-made certainly helps. However, one SCP object in particular plays around with this in an odd, and certainly impressive way: [[spoiler:SCP-2000, the ResetButton cloning facility & cold data storage they have to "reset" human civilization in case of catastrophe. Where does this come into effect? They can edit the output, and the logs say no more attempts to tone down humanity's violent and sociopathic tendencies will be made. Why? They're already made two ''successful'' ones, and any more would just kill humanity's drive to fight for their right to live]].
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