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18th Jan '17 4:18:38 PM Kalaong
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--->'''Bond:''' Are you going to tell us who you work for?\\
'''Mr. White:''' You really don't know anything about us. It's so amusing because... we are on the other side, thinking, “The MI6, the CIA, they're looking over our shoulders. They're listening to our conversations.” And the truth is you don't even know we exist.\\

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--->'''Bond:''' Are you going to tell us who you work for?\\
'''Mr.
--->'''Mr. White:''' You really don't know anything about us. It's so amusing because... we are on the other side, thinking, “The MI6, the CIA, they're looking over our shoulders. They're listening to our conversations.” And the truth is you don't even know we exist.\\
18th Jan '17 4:07:42 PM Kalaong
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'''Mr. White:''' The first thing you should know about us is that we have people ''everywhere''.[[spoiler:(''turns to M's bodyguard'') Am I right? (''the bodyguard opens fire on M and Bond'')]]

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'''Mr. White:''' The You really don't know anything about us. It's so amusing because... we are on the other side, thinking, “The MI6, the CIA, they're looking over our shoulders. They're listening to our conversations.” And the truth is you don't even know we exist.\\
'''M:''' Well, we do now, Mr. White, and we're quick learners.\\
'''Mr. White:''' Oh, really? Well, then, the
first thing you should know about us us...(''{{Beat}}'') is that we have people ''everywhere''.[[spoiler:(''turns to M's bodyguard'') Am I right? (''the bodyguard opens fire on M and Bond'')]]
16th Jan '17 5:17:20 PM Thesedaysthosedays
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Contrast RedScare and YellowPeril. TheSyndicate is very fond of this line, as is TheConspiracy. People involved with the {{Masquerade}} generally don't brag about it, but might make an exception if they're dying anyway. YouCannotKillAnIdea is the version of this trope that is used by [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters freedom fighters instead of terrorists.

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Contrast RedScare and YellowPeril. TheSyndicate is very fond of this line, as is TheConspiracy. People involved with the {{Masquerade}} generally don't brag about it, but might make an exception if they're dying anyway. YouCannotKillAnIdea is the version of this trope that is used by [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters freedom fighters instead of terrorists.
terrorists]].
16th Jan '17 5:16:28 PM Thesedaysthosedays
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Contrast RedScare and YellowPeril. TheSyndicate is very fond of this line, as is TheConspiracy. People involved with the {{Masquerade}} generally don't brag about it, but might make an exception if they're dying anyway.

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Contrast RedScare and YellowPeril. TheSyndicate is very fond of this line, as is TheConspiracy. People involved with the {{Masquerade}} generally don't brag about it, but might make an exception if they're dying anyway.
anyway. YouCannotKillAnIdea is the version of this trope that is used by [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters freedom fighters instead of terrorists.
9th Oct '16 11:09:53 AM LtFedora
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* The pod people in any version of ''Film/InvasionOfTheBodySnatchers''. They randomly land in a given area, and by the time someone figures out what's happening, they have assumed positions of authority at nearly every level, from street bums to cab drivers, police officers, doctors, phone operators, civic officials, everywhere. Of course, the pods in authority are able to get more people converted, so their numbers just keep growing, and growing, and growing...
10th Sep '16 10:02:43 AM marcoasalazarm
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* Trope subverted on the ''Series/CSIMiami'' episode "Pirated" where the white supremacist militia leader threatens how his movement is everywhere and growing. The detectives, particularly Delko, respond that they are investigating every connection he has and expect a wave of arrests of his cronies in short order, which we see happening in [[{{Montages}} a flurry of images]] as the police swoop in to bust the terrorists. The militia leader is left stunned to hear that his organization is being smashed so quickly.

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* Trope subverted (and a pretty rare [[DefiedTrope defiance]], too) on the ''Series/CSIMiami'' episode "Pirated" where the white supremacist militia leader threatens how his movement is everywhere and growing. The detectives, particularly Delko, respond that they are investigating every connection he has ([[RealityEnsues as would normally happen nowadays when a suspected terrorist group is detected]]) and expect a wave of arrests of his cronies in short order, which we see happening in [[{{Montages}} a flurry of images]] as the police swoop in to bust the terrorists. The militia leader is left stunned to hear that his organization is being smashed so quickly.
20th Jul '16 1:50:24 AM ManEFaces
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--->'''Sebatian:''' "Yes, Vorlons have been to Earth, Vorlons have been ''everywhere''. Vorlons '''are'''."

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--->'''Sebatian:''' --->'''Sebastian:''' "Yes, the Vorlons have been to Earth, Earth. The Vorlons have been ''everywhere''. The Vorlons '''are'''."
27th Feb '16 7:24:27 PM jormis29
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* At the end of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'' with [[spoiler: the Patriots]] seemingly all dead and their [[spoiler: AI system destroyed]], Drebin tells Otacon that he believes the world is not truly [[spoiler: free from the influence of the Patriots]]. To prove this, he writes the name of Meryl's unit (Rat Patrol 01) in the sand and makes the letters rearrange into [[spoiler: [=PATR10T=]]].
** It's actually a bit of odd FridgeLogic in that the letters don't actually form an anagram at all unless patrol is shortened to "PT" as Drebin does. PT isn't an accepted shortening of the world "patrol".
*** And the fact that a [[spoiler: Patriot-sponsored]] unit like Rat Patrol 01 would hide the name of the organization doesn't prove Drebin's point that [[spoiler: the Patriots are still controlling things]].
21st Feb '16 1:32:51 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Wrestling/{{N|ew World Order}}WO in Wrestling/{{WCW}}. At their height of popularity, one of the "good guys" from WCW was giving in and joining the NWO on a weekly basis. They took over the company and anyone not in the NWO or fighting against the NWO rarely got any TV time. They took this trope so far that it actually helped destroy the company [[TruthInTelevision in real life]] as people stopped watching when it became clear the NWO was all but invincible and any illusion of competition was shattered.

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* The Wrestling/{{N|ew Wrestling/{{n|ew World Order}}WO order}}Wo in Wrestling/{{WCW}}. At their height of popularity, one of the "good guys" from WCW was giving in and joining the NWO nWo on a weekly basis. They took over the company and anyone not in the NWO nWo or fighting against the NWO nWo rarely got any TV time. They took this trope so far that it actually helped destroy the company [[TruthInTelevision in real life]] as people stopped watching when it became clear the NWO nWo was all but invincible and any illusion of competition was shattered.



* Allysin Kay made the boast after Radiant Rain retired, Wrestling/IvelisseVelez was booted out of Valkyrie as punishment for causing it and was beat over the head by Serena Deeb, who proved to TheMole in SHINE Wrestling. Officially, Valkyrie has never had more than five members at any given time. They have accidentally revealed ties to a sixth but have continually denied any connection to "Sweet" Saraya.

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* Allysin Kay made the boast after Radiant Rain retired, Wrestling/IvelisseVelez was booted out of Valkyrie as punishment for causing it and was beat over the head by Serena Deeb, who proved to TheMole in SHINE Wrestling. Officially, Valkyrie has never had more than five members at any given time. time prior to [=SoCal=] Val's merger. They have had accidentally revealed ties to a sixth but have continually denied any connection to "Sweet" Saraya.Saraya, even after said merger.
7th Feb '16 12:54:26 AM FordPrefect
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** Also, although they can't really make claim of it, Tyranids use Genestealers to infest the population of a target world, slowly infiltrating important positions. They literately have people everywhere.

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** Also, although they can't really make claim of it, Tyranids use Genestealers to infest the population of a target world, slowly infiltrating important positions. They literately literally have people everywhere.
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