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12th Nov '16 5:05:13 PM nombretomado
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** [[JohnWayne Tom Doniphon]] in ''Film/TheManWhoShotLibertyValance''.

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14th Oct '16 11:39:20 PM Lullaby22
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** John's ultimate decision is there is no place for him in that safe, sterile world.[[/folder]]

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14th Oct '16 11:38:01 PM Lullaby22
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* Stanton Parrish of ''Series/{{Alphas}}'' intends to create a perfect world for Alphas, free of the hatred and discrimination that they faced from humans. However, he concludes that the actions he nust take to do so (namely, killing off the human population) make him unfit to lead that world, so he decides to leave it to Dr. Rosen instead.
1st Oct '16 11:39:14 PM SilverSupernova
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV'', [[spoiler:Alexander was created and summoned from wishes to create a perfect world. Though his summoners were a twisted Illuminati group who wished to use his immense power to rewrite history in their image, Alexander's actual goal was to achieve an actual utopia for the people of Eorzia rather than the his summoner's idea of one. Of course, since his very existence put an enormous drain on the lifeforce of the planet, and even worse if he took actions, Alexander determined that his own existence would be an extreme threat to his goal of a perfect world and secretly engineers his own demise at the hands of the Warrior of Light.]]
24th Aug '16 5:12:38 PM Lopiny
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* ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'': Recurring antagonist Kowalski simultaneously believes that his actions, in the end, are for the best, while considering himself an irredeemable monster that will have to die once the galaxy's become the better place he wants. Given his favorite method is to [[GrandTheftMe download himself into unknowing and unwilling sleeper agents, permanently overwriting their personalities]], it's kind of understandable. [[spoiler:Ultimately, however, he ends up against this trope as a whole; a civilization that must rely on people that can't go back to it for protection ''isn't'' a civilization anymore. Hence, one of his mindclones' last words are to please find the original and kill him; the original, when cornered, wholeheartedly agrees]].
18th Aug '16 3:57:42 AM cricri3007
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* Many humanitarian organisation have something like this mindset: For example, one of "Les Enfoirés"'s (the French singers that every year hold a charity concert which provides food for the homeless) songs have the line "And if one day you find a solution/we'll rejoice at dissolution".

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* Many humanitarian organisation have something like this mindset: For example, one of "Les Enfoirés"'s (the French singers that every year hold a charity concert which provides food for the homeless) songs have the line "And if one day you find a solution/we'll rejoice at our dissolution".
15th Aug '16 1:31:28 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/Block109'': When Lisa accuses Zytek and his men of being monsters for trying to destroy what remains of the world while declaring themselves the chosen few fit to survive, Zytek explains that he has no intention of saving his own skin and deserves to die for what he has been part of.
20th Jun '16 10:08:23 PM Eagal
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* OlderThanFeudalism: In ''Literature/TheBible'', Moses could not enter the Promised Land because of his impiety at Meribah. He goes up on a mountain and looks out over the Jordan River into the Promised Land, but never gets to cross over. [[spoiler: [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Until a little incident around AD 30, sometimes known as the Transfiguration...]]]]

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* OlderThanFeudalism: In ''Literature/TheBible'', Moses could not enter the Promised Land because of his impiety at Meribah. He goes up on a mountain and looks out over the Jordan River into the Promised Land, but never gets to cross over. [[spoiler: [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming Until a little incident around AD 30, sometimes known as over until the Transfiguration...]]]][[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transfiguration_of_Jesus Transfiguration of Jesus]].
8th Jun '16 2:43:58 PM ShorinBJ
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* In ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' Frodo saves the world by casting the One Ring into Mount Doom. However he's so badly traumatized by his experience that he can no longer live comfortably there and [[TearJerker departs into the West where he can be healed]].

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* In ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' Frodo saves the world by casting the One Ring into Mount Doom. However he's so badly traumatized by his experience that he can no longer live comfortably there in the Shire and [[TearJerker departs into the West where he can be healed]].



* Tragically enforced on an episode of ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. On [[PlanetVille Angosia III]], the government recruited citizens to fight in the Tarsian war. They were [[SuperSoldier modified and conditioned]] to be the perfect soldiers. However, when they won the war and their job was done, the rest of the citizenry decided that they were [[UngratefulBastard too dangerous to be welcomed back]]. So they shipped them all off to a penal colony. Until one of them escapedů



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