To begin with, it was sad to see how quickly the Amarr turned on Samira when she went out and did what none of them seemed willing to do, save a million souls or more from horrifying slaughter. Then when the Khanid bastard struck at her family, he was shown that he was not beyond reach. That he and his clones were vulnerable, and that some targets are out of bounds. Capsuleer families for one. Again, she did what none else had the courage, strength or determination needed to do, and was condemned for it. Demonized, for striking at what Amarr should consider a blatant enemy but instead embrace to their chest.
Now… now it’s rather heartening. It wasn’t a mere panicked ‘shun her!’. It remains. This woman, staunch and stalwart in her belief in a better Empire, an Empire that strives towards the ideals of the Rite rather than lip service and corruption, shames them so that they must still demonize and deride her. In sheer terror of being compared to this lone Minmatar woman, more Amarr than any of them, they desperately try to diminish and lessen her.
… damn Samira. You’re the scariest thing they’ve faced yet, this side of the docking ring.