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5th Jan '17 2:10:18 PM Prometheus117
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* This is the position the Craftworld Eldar held about the collapsing eldar empire in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' right before the fall of the eldar. They promptly decided to leave their homeplanets, leaving the debauched majority of their kind behind. Soon after leaving, the fall occured, which literally {{squick}}ed Slaanesh into existence, claiming the majority of the eldar empire with it. The few eldar who remained who survived did so only by taking shelter in the webway, where they became the Dark Eldar while the ones who escaped on the craftworlds barely managed to escape in time to survive the whole ordeal.

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* This is the position the Craftworld Eldar held about the collapsing eldar Eldar empire in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' right before the fall of the eldar. Eldar. They promptly decided to leave their homeplanets, home planets, leaving the debauched majority of their kind behind. Soon after leaving, the fall occured, occurred, which literally {{squick}}ed Slaanesh into existence, claiming the majority of the eldar Eldar empire with it. The few eldar Eldar who remained who survived did so only by taking shelter in the webway, Webway, where they became the Dark Eldar while the ones who escaped on the craftworlds barely managed to escape in time to survive the whole ordeal.


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*** There are also plenty of humans who abandoned the Imperium to the Tau or Chaos (or at least the ones who haven't been reduced to gibbering insanity or megalomaniacal evil) that bear this view of the Imperium, seeing it as a broken, decaying empire that's gonna take all of humanity into a hellhole with it when it finally collapses on itself. [[TheExtremistWasRight And honestly]], [[CrapsackWorld they're not wrong]].
17th Dec '16 1:45:44 PM Rhodes7
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* In ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'' this is the heroes' attitude towards the United States. Once the US embraced diversity and multiculturalism, it was all over, and all they can hope is to preserve some worthwhile culture in a successor state.
8th Nov '16 10:14:42 AM azul120
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* In ''Anime/CrossAnge'', Ange decides that the Mana world, which oppressed her and the other Normas only to demand that she defend them when everything goes pear-shaped, is not her problem. She and the other Normas (and a few formerly-Mana-using sympathizers) can go to the DRAGON world, while everyone else deals with the collapse of civilization and the loss of Mana.

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\n* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'', Lelouch practically runs on this: his mother was killed, his sister was crippled, his father sent him and Nunnally to Japan, which was subsequently invaded as part of a global conquest campaign. Most of the people of Britannia are racist and treat the natives, otherwise known as Numbers, as second-class citizens, even the ones who become Honorary Britannians, and some of the leaders think little of razing a ghetto upon the flimsiest pretext. Whether it's to rid the world of the oppression, or just revenge (it's kind of both), he has little reason [[PayEvilUntoEvil to show them any mercy]].
* In the beginning of
''Anime/CrossAnge'', Ange [[TheWorldIsJustAwesome marvels at the World of Mana, calling it peaceful and perfect]]. By episode 10, having been turned on by everyone in her nation and exiled as CannonFodder against dragons on a PenalColony for being a Norma, she, after almost being executed, decides that the Mana world, which oppressed her and the other Normas only Normas, needs to be destroyed. By episode 23, when [[TheMagicGoesAway Embryo severs the Mana network]] and starts [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt the fusion of the two worlds]], a few of the people who turned on her encounter her [[EntitledBastard demand that she defend her help]]. She tells them when everything goes pear-shaped, is not her problem. She she could care less, and scares them off with a gunshot. In the end, she and the other Normas (and a few formerly-Mana-using sympathizers) can go to the DRAGON world, while everyone else deals with the collapse of civilization and the loss of Mana.
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* ComicBook/TheQuestion: Hub City, according to [[spoiler: Charlie]], who [[KnowWhenToFoldEm leaves]] at the end of the '80s series. Myra stays on as mayor, primarily to do what she can to protect the children of the city.

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* ComicBook/TheQuestion: Hub City, according to [[spoiler: Charlie]], [[spoiler:Charlie]], who [[KnowWhenToFoldEm leaves]] at the end of the '80s series. Myra stays on as mayor, primarily to do what she can to protect the children of the city.
24th Oct '16 9:17:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheOnion has a video where [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0AEarudEdI an FDA commissioner gives up on Americans as a whole.]]

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* TheOnion Website/TheOnion has a video where [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0AEarudEdI an FDA commissioner gives up on Americans as a whole.]]
15th Sep '16 11:30:31 PM Premonition45
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** By the seventh season, the Klingon Empire has had more than its share of corrupt and insane leaders, in spite of the stated Klingon beliefs regarding honor and courage. Ezri Dax's solution is to let the Klingon Empire, as it is then, die off instead of trying to fix things from within, reasoning that the Empire's governing system would just create more corruption in time anyway. This is a strong contrast to the previous Dax, Jadzia, who had a very romantic view of Klingon culture.

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** By the seventh season, the Klingon Empire has had more than its share of corrupt and insane leaders, in spite of the stated Klingon beliefs regarding honor and courage. In "Tacking into the Wind", Ezri Dax's solution is to let the Klingon Empire, as it is then, die off instead of trying to fix things from within, reasoning that the Empire's governing system would just create more corruption in time anyway. This is a strong contrast to the previous Dax, Jadzia, who had a very romantic view of Klingon culture.
13th Jul '16 2:53:50 PM WillBGood
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* There were two such cases in ''Series/BarRescue'' where Jon Taffer pretty much refused to help the owners. The first case was the infamous OFace Bar where the owners were so repulsive. One case had it where one case where their manager abuses a server and said the server was asking for it. It wasn't until Taffer did a background check to find it's reputation with the police and a video with one of the owners hitting an employee where he calls it quits. The second would've been a re-rescue for the Second Base bar, but due to the owner refusing to pinch in on the project all the while being defiant to Taffer.
16th Jun '16 8:15:01 PM Ramidel
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* In ''Anime/CrossAnge'', Ange decides that the Mana world, which oppressed her and the other Normas only to demand that she defend them when everything goes pear-shaped, is not her problem. She and the other Normas (and a few formerly-Mana-using sympathizers) can go to the DRAGON world, while everyone else deals with the collapse of civilization and the loss of Mana.

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21st May '16 2:21:31 PM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''. Egon Spengler is explaining the BackStory.

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}''. Egon Spengler is explaining the BackStory.
18th May '16 9:25:53 AM bjshipley1
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* Amy's Baking Company in ''Series/KitchenNightmares'' was declared unsavageable by Gordon Ramsay by the beginning of the second day: When the co-owners realized Gordon would not be playing into their power fantasies by singing praise of their food, they stonewalled everything Gordon tried to do to improve the restaurant with Amy's temper escalating the more Gordon attempted. On the second day's morning, it became clear they had no concern for labor laws and safety regulations and that Amy refused to allow Gordon to speak for more than five seconds before ranting at him, so Gordon up and walked right out.

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* Amy's Baking Company in ''Series/KitchenNightmares'' was declared unsavageable unsalvageable by Gordon Ramsay by the beginning of the second day: When the co-owners realized Gordon would not be playing into their power fantasies by singing praise of their food, they stonewalled everything Gordon tried to do to improve the restaurant with Amy's temper escalating the more Gordon attempted. On the second day's morning, it became clear they had no concern for labor laws and safety regulations and that Amy refused to allow Gordon to speak for more than five seconds before ranting at him, so Gordon up and walked right out.
12th May '16 6:13:39 AM ZimFan89
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** The Season Four BigBad Damien Darhk believes that Star City itself is beyond saving, and he's actually amused that people are still trying to save it.

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** The Season Four BigBad Damien Darhk believes that Star City itself is beyond saving, and he's actually amused that people are still trying to save it. [[spoiler: It ultimately turns out that Darhk and his allies in HIVE feel this way about ''the whole planet'', and plan on nuking it so that they and the select survivors they've gathered can rebuild a better world afterwards; when Merlyn finds out about this, he's quick to hop aboard.]]
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