My sisters, too, were offered a second chance. For their disobedience to the Six Catechisms, for failing to perform the functions for which they were genomed, they faced what you call 'rehabilitation'.
We were not given to question the notion of Reorientation. Our sisters left broken, having brought shame on the name of our Seer and Logoman; they returned, invigorated by their rediscovered passion for their daily tasks. We did not know how this had been accomplished; we considered a return to the fold inevitable. Who could ever have resisted the infinite love and wisdom of Papa Song? He was a god, a father, a provider: reorientation seemed to us only an acknowledgment of what should have been clear all along. I celebrated with my sisters when the servers would return to us, their curiosities crushed, their nascent personalities destroyed.
I see now that the 'Barge' was a cog in this process that I had been blinded to before now. A ship was used to slaughter fabricants worn to the bone by their duties - why not another to reshape their wandering minds? Already I have seen people regress to their younger, more malleable selves. I myself have been beset by urges which are not guided by my own thoughts, over something as petty (but, I must note, as vital to the Consumer Zones' operation) as the approaching Xmas. And nobody cares.
I have not failed to notice that Prefect has been assigned to my case. I wonder, brother, if you have been chosen now to collude in the purpose of this ship, or if the role of Warden simply functions to Reorient those too stubborn to accept that they might be in some way dysfunctional in the eyes of the Juche and those like them.