One of the things that contributes to the immense power and influence of the New Order is the fact that we transcend all corporations, alliances, and coalitions. Because of its broad ideological appeal, Agents of the New Order can be found everywhere in EVE.
Everyone knows how much I adore Brave Newbies Inc. Rather than using newbishness as an excuse to be bot-aspirants and avoid the fun parts of the game, the Brave Newbies came together and embraced EVE as it is meant to be played. Six months after their founding, they have over 3,700 members in their original corp. When I received an EVEmail from one of their fleet commanders, I read it with interest.
Le Petite More forwarded me dozens of killmails of bot-aspirants who had been terminated by Brave Newbies in the name of the Code. Sometimes people say the New Order "picks on" new players. But the New Order, like the Brave Newbies, empowers new players.
I also received an interesting EVEmail from Jameson2011 of Black Rebel Rifter Club, who serves as a director of one of their alliance's other corps, Black Dragon Fighting Society. The BDFS received an application from someone whose name Jameson2011 instantly recognized, thanks to MinerBumping. The applicant's name was Anslo.
Yes, that Anslo. Months ago, he founded an anti-New Order resistance movement called the Proveldtariat. His goal was to unite the miners of highsec in a holy crusade against the Code and the Saviour of Highsec. It went about as well as you might expect. Deeply embittered, Anslo took out his frustration on Code-compliant miners, but failed in that, too.
Jameson2011 graciously offered Anslo a way to redeem himself and become more suitable for employment. Anslo refused; he currently sits in an NPC corp. I suppose there's not much call for failed rebel leaders these days. Meanwhile, with all of our connections across EVE, "Agent of the New Order" is the best thing you could ever put on your résumé!