The Achur, on the whole, are simply treated in a similar manner to the scientific and intellectual castes within Caldari society. They live within their own walled garden to do as they will. You seem like you’re just looking for anything to grind your axe upon.
You can’t have it both ways. You can’t have an attempt at minimizing social and cultural impact, and then complain about the lack of industrialization.
Then you complain, when Achur are afforded opportunities off-world that they’re expected to adhere to Caldari social norms. Well, surprise, every citizen of the State is expected to adhere to Caldari social norms.
For example, I’m Deteis, and I was raised in he culture and history of the Deteis. As such, I’m expected to be Deteis. I don’t complain when people seem to stereotype me as being ruthless, cunning, and a cold pragmatist prone to being possessed of a silver-tongue able to manipulate and inveigle with sophistry and demagoguery in the pursuit of a vision of the greater good which is framed solely in the context of a cynical realpolitik. Or that because I’m a Deteis woman specifically, I’m liable to bend the rules to the point of breaking to do what I feel needs to be done in service to the power and authority of the State.
It’s not like all Deteis are perfectibilists sitting around a dimly lit table within a secret volcano lair plotting how best to advance corporate interests while sharpening our knives to stab our enemies in the back with.
But that’s just the way things go.