While I understand the issue, there's people who don't particularly identify with the currently existing factions and want to create something new that isn't around. For instance, there's a new MC that just established with a grimy nomadic concept that isn't carried out by any of the other currently existing factions, everybody's got their own taste. On the other hand, many create their own faction to avoid going through the grind and character development just to earn that high ranking title from the get-go. To dig into your take on the MC scene, the players who roleplay middle-aged biker veterans and have no idea how the blessing process works blow my mind. Realistically they'd have been around for so long in the scene that they'd understand the fundamentals of respect in the scene.
Henning hit the nail on this one. I've seen several factions now who come together with their egoistical band of friends who refuse to acknowledge any other faction out there. The passive aggressive OOC agenda they put up is palpable on their screenshots, where they regard every other club in town as "weekend riders" and are the "best of the best out there." They live in their little bubble where everything they do is right and are god-tier roleplayers amongst peasants.