I will correct this baseless assumption because I believe this attempt at disinformation with the purpose of defaming the Gallente Federation not only falls short of it’s intended purpose due to a lack of credibility and creativity, but also insults the memory of the Baseliners and Capsuleers who fought to defend Niarja.
When Niarja was invaded by the Triglavians, the Kybernauts deployed to assist the Triglavians. In response to the Kybernaut deployment, EDI deployed to stop them. At this moment in time, most EDENCOM-aligned Capsuleers were recovering from the overtime they had pulled in Konola, Arshat and Anbald.
I recall waking up, hearing about the invasion of Niarja, being briefed on the strategic importance of the system, making my way there and finding a poorly organized defense force. In response, I usurped command of the fleet from the commander I outranked, reorganized the fleet and began pushing back. During this time, the defending EDI fleet swelled to 138 Capsuleer volunteers FROM ALL FOUR MAJOR POWERS, and system control was pushed back up from 15% to 42%.
The Triglavians and the Kybernauts were not able to hold ground against the growing EDI fleet. The fall of Niarja can be attributed squarely to the fact that the Goonswarm Federation sent a fleet to assist the Triglavians, and the fact that the TEST alliance reneged on their promise to send a fleet to assist EDENCOM.
Due credit is given to Brave Collective, who sent a fleet to assist the defending forces, but their effect on the battle was limited due to two reasons. Firstly, because their command staff did not integrate themselves into EDI’s communication network, resulting in poor inter-fleet coordination. Secondly, because their fleet did not operate long enough. This was not exclusively a problem on their side. Throughout the war, EDI always operated on rotating shifts because we expected that every battle would devolve into a three-day siege. other organizations such as NED, or in this case Brave, did not utilize force rotation, and thus limited their operational time-frame to 6-8 hours instead of the required 72. In the case of Brave, this can be excused because it was the first time they fought one of these battles. In the case of NED, continued failure to adapt can be attributed to stubbornness on the part of their command staff. Regardless of their effect on the battle, the fact that Brave Collective actually sent a fleet to help should be remembered and appreciated.
Having addressed your misremembering of the course of the battle, which I presume stems from the fact that you were not present for the battle, I will now move on to the purpose with which you started this topic. If you believe you have an idea to redress the severance of the gate network between Amarr and Jita, please voice it, so that our allies in the Amarr Empire can judge whether it is worth their time. I will however remind you that thanks to the sweat and blood of Baseliners serving in the four navies, and the Capsuleers that aided them, there is still a route between Amarr and Jita through high security space. Lastly I will add that there are Capsuleer entities such as Red Frog which are perfectly capable of circumventing Triglavian-caused problems for the right amount of currency, whilst the Empress and the CEP work out a permanent solution. Have faith in the authorities and the free market.