A computer nerd in charge of football? That'd never happen. (see: Theo Epstein [baseball], Billy Beane [baseball], Bill Bellichek [football], etc.) Do you require "Force powers" to understand morality? Or do you simply require a belief in morality -- one Jacen DOES NOT HOLD ANY LONGER -- to understand morality? What Jacen is suggesting is that he and the Jedi -- and ONLY he and the Jedi -- are capable of legislating morality and that anyone who does NOT control the Force is incapable of defining a moral position and just usage of that power. If that is not Palpatine's definition of "The Weakness of Inferiors," then I don't know what is. The Jedi don't answer to the Galactic Alliance? Even as citizens of the Galactic Alliance? Then you're suggesting that they are a completely separate entity capable of operating outside of the boundaries of the civilization within which they live in. Kind of sounds like the KGB (real world) or Sith (GFFA) to me. And Cal Omas would be perfectly within his rights to arrest and indefinitely detain the Jedi -- ALL of the Jedi -- if they do not claim any GA citizenship and are acting against the laws and directives of the GA government. There is a difference between the government of the Galactic Alliance giving an UNJUST order and the Jedi refusing to follow it out of a sense of moral outage and the Galactic Alliance giving a perfectly just order and the Jedi refusing to comply. It's called "treason." I'll concede the Centerpoint Station scene, let us never bring it up again.