Seriously, did Alar believe Jack was not being honest about not following after?
If there was a Aschen group similar Ideology to the Tok'ra or Niam's faction.
I would doubt in their intention, while, I would feel hesitant to leave them possibly dying.
The case with Fifth is tricky. It's a gamble as if they take him back and Fifth is lying, then they doomed the planet. But if Fifth was honest (and in this case he was) they essentially just backstabbed him. I'm sure we've all been used in the past. At least when we were used we didn't end up having to kill our own family members. Can't hold it against him for being pissed.
As for Alar. I shed no tears for the man. He went through the gate because he was dead if he didn't go anyways so why not. But I do find it surprising people are ok with his death. Me personally, I'm all for the death sentence so him getting plastered on the iris was deserved (not for being a racist. A racist screaming at the wall is about as threatening as a senile crone preaching about the end days But for acting on that racism). But with how many ppl I meet who are opposed to the death sentence, I thought they would oppose it in this case too as this was execution-by-iris. But I think it would've been better if he lived. Not for any moral obligation but because he MIGHT be useful. He's a human so he poses little threat and they can dispose of him once he's outlived his purpose.
But the Eurondans shares much with the Ideology with the Aschen. Even due some Volians were raised by the Aschen families.
But sense the Volians got sterilized, the Aschen didn't have fears of the children from mixed race families.
Did not like how Niam's Faction got betrayed.
At the end, yea neither did I but they couldn't have Replicators roaming the galaxy, but they should have had their work continue in Atlantis
Just because Koracen has been against becoming Organic Asuran. Why did the rest of the faction suffer?
I like seeing this moment about Jack. When he said "He is different. I grant you that" it felt like he was thinking. "Don't be a racist, don't be a racist, don't be a racist. Don't, don't, don't, don't." "Oh, crap. I hate when Daniel is right."
The expedition already didn't trust them and Koracen's actions only confirmed that at least some might try to escape which would be a threat to the entire galaxy and possibly Earth.
That was unfair to other Asurans who did behave.
What do you think?