Well … I can see why you’d think such a thing, Che. Sansha’s Nation is a very “order” and hierarchy-oriented entity. Only…
Traditional feudal rulers and autocrats do business with the human animal, and they do it in a fairly effective way. It’s often not very pleasant for the ruled; it prizes order over fairness at pretty much every turn and doesn’t take individual persons’ concerns all that seriously. But in the end, humans are a hierarchical species. For all the talk I hear about “freedom,” there’s really only one society in New Eden that isn’t pretty autocratic in some way-- and those of us who are loyal to more elitist, hierarchical systems tend to worry a lot that one day that society is going to basically implode into a maddened, slavering mob. (There’s precedent, after all.)
So, yeah, most societies in New Eden are top-down hierarchies of one kind or another: rulers and subjects. I actually think that’s an okay way for people to live; it’s how most people have lived for most of history, after all, and it has the merit of being able to pull off decades of peace, prosperity, and stability if you’re lucky enough to have and maintain good leadership (sadly never a sure thing). I have no qualms about serving a role in an entity like that just because it’s an entity like that.
Sansha’s Nation’s a little different, though.
Rather than doing business with the human animal, Sansha Kuvakei thinks it’s possible to “fix” humanity by tinkering with it directly. More than that, he thinks he’s qualified to do the job. That, to me, pretty much makes him arrogance incarnate, and I feel that the consequences flowing from his efforts pretty much confirm: it’s a terrible idea, or maybe just the execution’s horrible, or else its marketing is horrifying, or, most likely, it’s a terrible idea, badly executed, that also suffers from bad PR.
In any of those cases, “The Master’s” judgment is questionable at best, and I’d rather be shot in the head (or, for that matter, the gut, so long as it’s fatal) than join his “Nation” of aggressively-edited victims.