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17th Feb '18 11:48:14 AM marcoasalazarm
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'': The main subplot of the episode "Asspen" is the adults of South Park having been swindled with an offer for a free stay on a five-star Aspen resort if they went to a time shares exposition. After multiple attempts to leave the exposition that go literally nowhere (even getting on a trolley to go up the mountain just dumped them on another room with the same people at the very top), they got angry, said that they didn't wanted the time shares and called the police because they felt this insistence was an abuse. And then it turned out the Aspen chief of police was part of the time shares company personnel. And the governor. And the judge. And ''the President of the United States''. One of the time shares men then simply said that there was no way the adults were going to be left go until the exposition was over, and to sit down. They complied, and on the final scene they said that they had purchased the shares (under some undetermined additional threatening).
1st Feb '18 8:23:45 PM foxley
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* In the ''Series/MacGyver'' episode "The Ten Percent Solution", [=MacGyver=] uncovers a massive Neo-Nazi conspiracy that has infiltrated a sizeable portion of America.

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* In the ''Series/MacGyver'' ''Series/MacGyver1985'' episode "The Ten Percent Solution", [=MacGyver=] uncovers a massive Neo-Nazi conspiracy that has infiltrated a sizeable portion of America.
30th Jan '18 2:24:53 PM dmcreif
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** ''Series/JessicaJones2015:'' Kilgrave has a CompellingVoice that allows him to command anyone to do anything he orders them to do for a twelve-hour period. In other words, he can make anyone his ManchurianAgent with a few words, essentially allowing him to be anywhere he wants at any time. This is milked for all the ParanoiaFuel that it's worth, with Jessica constantly being on the defensive around friends, potential clients, and total strangers on the off-chance that any one of them could be controlled by Kilgrave at any moment.
** ''Series/Daredevil2015'': With Wilson Fisk having numerous cops on his payroll, it's impossible for anyone to trust the cops to do their job. Brett Mahoney is the only cop that Nelson & Murdock know at the 15th Precinct to not be crooked.

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** ''Series/JessicaJones2015:'' Kilgrave has a CompellingVoice that allows him to can command anyone to do anything he orders them to do for a twelve-hour period. In other words, he can make anyone his ManchurianAgent with a few words, essentially allowing him to be anywhere he wants at any time. This is milked for all the ParanoiaFuel that it's worth, with Jessica constantly being on the defensive around friends, potential clients, and total strangers on the off-chance that any one of them could be controlled by Kilgrave at any moment.
** ''Series/Daredevil2015'': With Wilson Fisk having has numerous cops on his payroll, it's impossible for anyone to trust the cops to do their job. point that Brett Mahoney is the only cop that Nelson & Murdock know at the 15th Precinct to not be crooked. He even owns cops you wouldn't expect, like members of the FBI.
27th Jan '18 9:38:18 AM marcoasalazarm
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%%* The devotees of the [[EldritchAbomination assorted horrors]] in ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech''.

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%%* * The devotees of the [[EldritchAbomination assorted horrors]] in ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech''.''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech'' are everywhere, even being the majority of employees of one of the biggest Mega-Corporations in the setting. The reason why the New Earth Government Intelligence apparatus goes to the extremes it does in order to sniff out infiltrators is because it ''must''.
27th Jan '18 9:00:53 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* The [[RightWingMilitiaFanatic Christian Marines]] in military thriller ''Literature/{{Victoria}}''. This is the whole point of the "leaderless resistance" their leader [[DarkMessiah John Rumford]] organizes early in the revolution, with the Christian Marines as its solid core. Not only the organized members, but countless associates and copycats are also encouraged to act on their own, where the system least expects it. By the time secession draws nigh, the Christian Marines have infiltrated the whole police and military apparatus so deeply that they can sabotage the entire State Police in a matter of days--And when Governor Fullarbottom tries to hit back, he finds himself [[spoiler:handed over to Rumford's men by his own bodyguard]].
29th Dec '17 11:03:18 AM nombretomado
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* According to Mojo Nixon, "[[ElvisPresley Elvis]] is everywhere, man! Elvis is everywhere!"

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* According to Mojo Nixon, "[[ElvisPresley "[[Music/ElvisPresley Elvis]] is everywhere, man! Elvis is everywhere!"
13th Oct '17 7:09:37 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', the Inquisition (who are humanity's [[DesignatedHero Designated Heroes]]) and the Alpha Legion (for whom it's a long story), both tend to make this claim, and they're more than likely telling the truth. The Deceiver and its agents would also have grounds to say this truthfully, if they deigned to talk to anyone at all outside of their cover identities.
** And thanks to the warp Demons are literally everywhere.

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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', the 40000}}''....
** The
Inquisition (who are humanity's [[DesignatedHero Designated Heroes]]) [[TheUnfettered unfettered]] "heroes") and the Alpha Legion (for whom it's a long story), both tend to make this claim, and they're more than likely telling the truth. The Deceiver and its agents would also have grounds to say this truthfully, if they deigned to talk to anyone at all outside of their cover identities.
** And thanks Thanks to the warp Demons are literally everywhere.



* Likewise with devotees of the [[EldritchAbomination assorted horrors]] in ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech''.

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* Likewise with %%* The devotees of the [[EldritchAbomination assorted horrors]] in ''TabletopGame/CthulhuTech''.
13th Oct '17 7:05:50 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* A real-life (well, as real as the internet community can be considered) example is Anonymous, their mantra being: "We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us." Anonymous's influence has most recently been seen in their protest attacks against the Church of Scientology.
** Anonymous has actually used that quote from ''Fight Club'' in some of their copypasta. Well, the bits about "we cook your food etc. DO NOT FUCK WITH US", anyway.
** [[ChurchOfHappyology Scientology]] actually falls under this as well. The members have a tendency to take jobs that would allow them to spy on any enemies of the cult. One notable example being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Snow_White the IRS.]]
** In late July 2010, the Tea Party tried to [[http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/7/28/888292/-Anonymous-1,-Oregon-Tea-Party-0 use Anonymous' slogan for their own ends.]] Anonymous responded...rather sharply.

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* A real-life (well, as real as the internet community can be considered) example is Anonymous, their mantra being: "We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us." Anonymous's influence has most recently been seen in many places such as their protest attacks against the Church of Scientology.
** Anonymous has actually used that the quote from ''Fight Club'' in some of their copypasta. Well, the bits about "we cook your food etc. DO NOT FUCK WITH US", anyway.
** * [[ChurchOfHappyology Scientology]] actually falls under this as well. The members have a tendency to take jobs that would allow them to spy on any enemies of the cult. One notable example being [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Snow_White the IRS.]]
** * In late July 2010, the Tea Party tried to [[http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/7/28/888292/-Anonymous-1,-Oregon-Tea-Party-0 use Anonymous' slogan for their own ends.]] Anonymous responded...rather sharply.
19th Sep '17 6:03:17 AM nanakiro
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* Another shown example: in ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'', it's shown that the world-ending madness of [[spoiler:Ultimate Despair]] got as powerful as it did due to extremely potent mind control affecting anyone who catches a glimpse of it. [[spoiler: Among these ranks are members of the Future Foundation attempting to sabotage it from the inside; this includes the hospitable teacher Chisa Yukizome.]] The trope has gotten so prevalent by the time of ''Side: Future'' that Munakata is willing to kill anyone who even ''shows'' signs of being part of the group.
23rd Apr '17 9:49:53 PM dmcreif
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'''Mr. White:''' Oh, really? Well, then, the first thing you should know about us...(''{{Beat}}'') is that we have people ''everywhere''. (''turns to Craig Mitchell, M's bodyguard'') Am I right? (''Craig promptly kills the other MI6 agent in the room and opens fire on M and Bond'')]]
** M later [[LampshadedTrope lampshades it]]:

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'''Mr. White:''' Oh, really? Well, then, the first thing you should know about us...(''{{Beat}}'') is that we have people ''everywhere''. (''turns to Craig Mitchell, M's bodyguard'') Am I right? (''Craig promptly kills the other MI6 agent in the room and opens fire on M and Bond'')]]
Bond'')
** M later [[LampshadedTrope lampshades it]]:is furious about this]]:
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