Look around. See that? Mostly everyone just sticks to the status quo. How many people in this solar system actually know a thing about the White Regime? Better yet, how many care? The number is disappointingly low. As long as people aren't personally affected, they don't care what their government does. Until the day those big, bad men come knocking on their door, torture and murder their loved ones, and burn their houses down, they're content. Ignorance is bliss.
Unless, of course, you're a member of The Alliance. Not much is known about this secretive organization - nothing about its origins, its hierarchy, its membership. And for good reason. Dissidents and traitors are not tolerated under the White Regime, and no one knows that better than the agents who have been steadily collecting information for years, possibly even decades.
What the White Regime doesn't know is that the organization is headed by The House of Ten, a council modeled after the senshi of old, who protected the galaxy, one from each planet. The House of Ten is likewise represented by one member per planet, with their founder being a Lunarian double-agent, a task that could quite possibly end in an unspeakable amount of violence, should the cover be blown.
Their weapons of choice? Advanced, stolen technology, highly-trained military recruits, a brutal initiation process, and secrecy, at all costs. The Alliance carries out acts of rebellion and violence ranging from petty theft of Regime assets to full-on assassination. The White Regime is well aware that this group exists, but can't pin them down yet.
It's a chess game of invisible pieces. And both sides want you.