(i) 007 endlessly, eternally, engages external enemies of freedom.
(ii) The Prisoner (maybe) frees himself by realizing that the ultimate enemy is internal, No 1 = I.
(iii) V, with help from others, (maybe) frees society: people who have become internally free will no longer allow themselves to be externally enslaved.
(iv) Flandry does not seek any internal or anarchic liberation but does recognize that his society is flawed whereas Bond does not.
007, No 6 and V form a conceptual sequence. It is good to find Flandry's place somewhere between 007 and V.