Sunday, July 5, 2009

Part VII

"Those who dream by night, in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible."-T.E. Lawrence
"The eternal quest of the individual human being is to shatter his loneliness."-Norman Cousins
"Since the media want a charimatic prince, I give them one."-Prince Clovis
"If the King doesn't lead, how can he expect his subordinates to follow?"-Lelouch
(Orange Farm quote) ""-Gilbert G.P. Guilford (QUOTE IS INCOMPLETE - episode: UNCOMFIRMED)
"Ever since we made our big splash at the hotel-jacking, the Black Knights have taken the world by storm. We've become a friend to the weak, just as Zero proclaimed we would. Terrorists who involve civilians, an overbearing military, criminal syndicates, corrupt politicians and profitier; if the law would not punish them, then we would. In the blink of an eye, we'd become heros. Support for us has swelled, and we've even gotten our hands on some nightmares again. Of course, no one could show that in public, because... Because our leader Zero had killed Prince Clovis. There are many in our ranks who wish to know his true identity, myself included. But if we push too hard, I suspect that he would vanish. And without him... I'm fairly certain we'd be finished."-Kallen
"A Britannian? He looks too confident to be a spy. An extremist?"-Lelouch
"The Japanese can't resist jumping on the bandwagon. They hear a well-grounded buzz word, and off they go."-Lelouch
"Yeah, well, everybody loves a hero. And what better hero than a knight?"-Lelouch
"I kinda doubt that's what a real Knight for Justice would say."-C2
"Do you know why snow is white? Snow is white because it has forgotten what color it's supposed to be."-C2
"Let me see you BURST, Britannian!"-Kallen
C2: "Isn't it wonderful how the number of recruits keep growing?"
Lelouch: "And it was simpler than I ever expected. 'While I bitterly hate the Britannians, I refuse to condone terrorism.' That's the prevailing veiw of most Elevens."
C2: "Then, basically, Elevens support the Black Knights for the most part."
Lelouch: "Which in turn makes it easier for us to operate as a whole. It's a huge help that the people don't report our activities to the Britannians. Plus, I hear some group called Kyoto offered to send us some Nightmares. The number of informants has been increasing quickly, too. The Japanese can't resist jumping on the bandwagon. They hear a well-grounded buzz word, and off they go."
C2: "Hence the 'Knights for Justice' act."

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