Put yourself in the illegal miner's shoes for a moment.
After no more than a moment in his shoes, you get ganked. Such is life in modern highsec. When you lose your fail-fit Retriever, what's the mature, adult response?
Judging by the carebears we've seen lately, the most natural reaction to losing a ship is to compare your fellow EVE player to the Interbus Ship Identification System. The system has developed a bad reputation, but maybe an upcoming revamp, FozzieISIS, will fare better.
I'm only kidding, of course. Comparing us to a ship identification system would be silly. They compare us to a terrorist organization.
Fortunately, most EVE players recognize the carebear nonsense for what it is.
Agent Mal Warre ganked Panda of Doom's Retriever. Then our Agent explained how absurd the miner was being. Two favors in one day!
However, Panda stood by his ISIS analogy.
According to the rebels, law enforcement in highsec is terrorism. If real-life terrorists were like the New Order, would everyone else behave like EVE's carebears? I shudder to think of all the babies left unattended, all of the crying and screaming--and the babies might cry, too. Even worse, the terrorists would always win.
Panda had shocking ideas about highsec's purpose. Apparently he believed that EVE players are "developed" through years of AFK mining, autopiloting in fail-fit ships, ore buyback programs, and CEOs who tell everyone to stay docked up during a wardec. Developed, but into what? Bot-aspirants. Agent Mal told Panda that this was unacceptable.
For his efforts, our Agent's integrity was questioned. Panda just didn't get it: In Mal Warre's spare time, she enforces the Code. That should've been obvious.
Despite exchanging several EVEmails with an Agent of the New Order, Panda was not able to open his mind. He remained decidedly anti-permit. This puts the miner in terrible danger. As Panda himself knows, winter is coming, and he is not prepared for it. Madness and bot-aspirancy will keep a miner angry, but only a New Order permit will keep him warm.