I understand that you may have a a different POV than others, and you'll have to pardon me, but I'm becoming confused by some of your posts, like the one above.
You honestly believe Panda is "creating a dangerous environment" by explaining to those interested, who or what the OSA really is and how they operate? I, for one, think one is safer knowing more about the dangers in an environment, hence can avoid them, like OSA.
Panda clearly isn't making the environment dangerous, but points out the dangers OSA creates.
I kinda look at Panda being a Doctor who is qualified to explain the manifestations of a disease that us "ignorants" wouldn't otherwise recognize, hence can either take some actions from being exposed to it and/or take some actions against it.
OSA operates "covertly", so chances are, many may not be aware of their activies. Exposing them allows conscious avoidance in some cases and in others, renders their actions ineffective because their "covert" actions are un-cloaked.
I say Panda is making the environment more safe. Telling me what to fear, specifically, makes me more aware. How can that be a bad thing?
Secondly, being a Potential Trouble Source to OSA, may not necessarily be a bad thing. Imagine the whole lot of EX SCNISTS being potentially trouble for OSA.
Through inculcation, when "IN", I think we were all lead to believe being PTS was a bad thing, because our "gains" would be adversely affected.
Tell me what gains are available by pretending OSA is ineffective, or by agreeing with, being friends to, or an ally to them?
How is it better to "ignore" OSA or adopt the attitude of "fuck them" (as you said) when they are a real danger to some?
I guess you've never been tailed, run off the road, had your home broke into and things stolen, unjustly incarcerated, threatened (list is long) and have nothing to fear.