Harsher in Hindsight: In Mega Man X4, This exchange is made by Sigma and the General in regards to humanity's views on Reploids when the former was trying to recruit the latter:
Sigma: It's about the Maverick Hunters, General. They are far too eager to please the humans and hunt down the Reploids! Do you believe they pose a significant threat?!
Sigma: You already know the truth, General! Their sole mission has been to destroy any Reploids who fail to do as the humans order!
- As this series, and especially Dr. Weil's speech to Zero in Zero 3 showed, Sigma actually turned out to be right.
Dr. Weil: Hehehehe...How pitiful. Of course, a Reploid like you would never understand. The joy of ruling all that you see...Only a human could possibly understand!
Dr. Weil: That's right! I'm a bona fide human. The creator of Reploids...A human being!
Dr. Weil: The desire for power. The joy of making everything work for you. You have no way of experiencing this without a human brain. It's the ultimate joy! No mere Reploid could ever understand!
- That being said, Sigma (and by proxy, Weil) was only partially right - there's obviously some humans who think like that, but in this series, considering all of Neo Arcadia's propaganda, who would blame them? To say that all Humans Are Bastards in this instance would be to use the same fallacy that Yggdrasil used in Digimon Savers (using evidence of the actions of one Complete Monsternote to tar humanity with the same brush). Plus, part of Dr. Weil's motivation (according to the supplemental material and before he jumped off the slippery slope) was that he was getting back at the Reploids for their constant violent uprisings, which were heavily precipitated by the Sigma Virus. Of course, that reasoning shows that he had a warped mindset from the start, believing the entire Reploid race should be held responsible for what insane terrorists and criminals members of their race have chosen to do, making him pretty much the same as Sigma, but on the opposite side of the fence.