It is good that you begin to question the organization you have pledged loyalty to. Perhaps you will soon realize that the loyalty is one-sided.
Many Edencom supporting capsuleers have been scare-mongering about Triglavian mind control - yet I have evidence that should call into question whether this is simply projection.
Yesterday I witnessed an Edencom-aligned Capsuleer fleet engage Triglavians in combat with Drifters. We know very well that Drifters are the ancient enemy of the Triglavians - and in fact likely the very threat that forced their retreat into Abyssal space. To ally with the Drifters is madness - or perhaps more than that? We know full well that Concord has long been researching Drifter technology. We know that advanced Concord ships incorporate Drifter technology into their design - technology they do not make available to the rest of Edencom or Edencom-aligned Capsuleers. What else do we know about the Drifters? We know they are literal body-snatchers - that they are commanded by an intrusive artificial intelligence that violates unwilling and even dead bodies, wipes out the personality and replaces it with its own direct will.
Is it in any way a stretch that Concord, seemingly convincing Edencom and Capsuleers to ally with the Drifters, having long performed studies on Drifter technology, with most findings kept secret - may not be as altruistic as they seem? Perhaps it is not a coincidence that Edencom supporters have in unison began accusing the Triglavians of mind control? It certainly looks suspiciously timed. Is it unreasonable to assume that a threat as sophisticated as the Drifters have more subtle versions of their technology than the brute combat-focused cybernetics? How else should we explain key Minmatar figures and Capsuleers defending Edencom’s financing massive expansion of the Amarr Navy with their own government’s funding support? Capsuleers across all the empries, including the Minmatar Republic, justifying their defence of Amarr - while claiming that it is the Triglavians who engage in slavery and genocide? Their acceptance of the naked power grab, led by one of a tribe which ordinarily they would never forgive the history of?
Do not for a second forget that the Triglavians were not the initial aggressors. An exploration ship was attacked by Concord, it’s crew taken and interrogated - and we know nothing of what happened next. They are either in a blacksite interrogation camp, or dead. Would any of you not consider that an act of war? If the situations were reversed, would the Empires not stage a retaliation?
As further proof of the madness of seeking to ally with the Drifters, the fleet I speak of was engaged by the Drifters immediately after the Triglavian fleet retreated. Between four and five ships were destroyed in seconds. It is clear that the mysterious loyalty is one sided. And yet - the non-Capsuleer Edencom fleet was unharmed.
What is next, an alliance with the Sansha, the second most hated enemy of the Triglavians?
The Drifters shattered Jovian society. They forced the Triglavians to retreat into Abyssal space. Are we supposed to believe that the same won’t happen to the rest of New Eden once the only opposition is wiped out? Are we yet again as arrogant as the Amarr, thinking that we are more powerful than the Jove, and we will be able to take on this threat adequately once all allies have been destroyed?