|LWSrocks2 Wrote:Right, but unless the true tyranny can be revealed to the public, the uprising is kinda rendered pointless. I mean, if there's almost universal support for CLU's regime, and you come up and take them down, they're going to see you as the bad guy. Say Beck takes them down. (He won't, or else they would've been gone by the beginning of Legacy; which brings up another issue entirely) Everybody is going to think he brought down the good guys. There will be even more uprisings, against the heroes.|
Well thats kinda the point, at the moment it seems to be hindering the plans of Tesler and his forces (Guerrilla warfare kinda). Eventually when he has seeded enough doubt in the populace no doubt he will try and hit them with hard evidence. Programs lived in fear of the ISO's ability to be free and have no programming, they could choose and learn where as programs were limited. Clu saw this as imperfection and used this to rally the programs behind him to turn on Flynn, Tron and the IOS. But why did the programs not turn against Clu as you suggest? Didn't Clu take out the 'good guys'? Why wasn't there an instant uprising?
Is this before Flynn's attempt to fight back at Clu? Or is this after? We don't know yet, does Flynn take over Beck's uprising after he sees the effect on Argon?
It is similar to the Nazi regime, people applauded and cheered Hitler for what he did and how he brought a sense of dignity back to the German populace (he was man of the year according to Time magazine only a year before the war broke out). But after that people fought out of fear and that they had no choice, the same could be said for the programs of Argon. How many are TRUE supporters of Tesler and how many just don't want to be derezed?