Edouard Kagame: You really don't understand how important you are, do you?
Alec Sadler: No, I understand more than you realize. What I don't understand is how you and your gang could possibly think you could change the inevitable.
Edouard Kagame: A pebble tossed from a beach can become a tsunami on the other side of the world. You are that pebble, and I am standing on a beach on the other side of time! Waiting for the tidal wave to crash.
Alec Sadler: Yeah, you're standing on a beach, and you're facing a tsunami, but you only have a bucket to change it. And yeah, you can scoop out a small amount of water from that wave, and change history slightly. But that's it. The wave still hits and it'll probably drown you. And if I'm that pebble, then progress and innovation is the wave. And it will make the world a better place. And that you can't change.
Edouard Kagame: But that's precisely my point, Alec. You're the one who convinced me I can.
Jason: You know what I'm talking about.
Kiera Cameron: No. I'm sorry...
Jason: Today's the day everything changes. Everything! The day the movement is born; to flood our minds with lies. All right? Glass and metal will rain down from above...
Kiera Cameron: Okay, just stop following me.
Jason: Hey, wait. I know you, blue eyes. Yeah, you were at the execution.
Kiera Cameron: What did you just say?
Jason: I knew it. I do know you. You're just like me. You're from the future.
Jason: You know, there are other time jumpers here.
Kiera Cameron: You mean the terrorists?
Jason: Terrorists? Liber8? They're here too?
Kiera Cameron: Yeah.
Jason: Oh, no. That's bad. That's, that's bad. That's really bad. No, I'm talking about the privateers. The, uh, freelancers. Mr. Escher.