This sounds truly paranoid...or, again, like someone paid to spread discord and confusion here. No one "infiltrated" Dash. People, such as myself, simply bought some Dash when it looked like a good idea to them. I have a friend, a construction worker actually, who just bought some Dash in November or December. He's certainly no "secret agent." Some people bought Dash when it was at really good prices, and as a result they have one or more Masternodes. Good for them! Now that they have such a significant share of Dash, they also have a significant interest in seeing it do well. You may not agree with them voting "for advertisers and other bullshits" (as you put it) but be assured that the motive for their votes is not to "destroy governance" (since by voting they actually ARE governing!) but because they believe their votes serve to promote awareness of the amazing properties of Dash, or to actually improve the coin itself. The more people become aware of Dash, and the better the coin becomes, the more the Masternode owners (and all holders of Dash, for that matter) stand to profit.
The "real power" (as you put it) or the "real motivation" (as I see it) is NOT the governance but the money or profit derived from the extraordinary usability of Dash, compared to other cryptocoins. What "power" or "motive" is there in simply being able to vote on Budget Proposals? None, really, other than the hope that by approving good proposals, and declining poor ones, the value of Dash will consequently rise.
If a state truly wanted to destroy Dash (as you seem to) then they would buy up Masternodes and then ACTUALLY destroy the network, rather than consistently voting in ways which INCREASE Dash's value.
You keep saying "YOU did this" and "YOU did that." First of all I
didn't do anything, but buy some Dash at a good price. Nothing wrong with that! But to address your concerns:
TOR is not used for the Masternodes YET, because TOR would slow the network down and Dash is INSTANT. I suspect that TOR and/or I2P will be introduced later, when or if it can be integrated without degrading network performance.
There is no "brainwashing" involved in the simple economic reality that early adopters of crypto tend to get in at a MUCH better price than later adopters, and therefore tend to hold MUCH more of the currency. The same goes for many other asset classes, including stocks, for example.
The fact that you think it would be morally justified to "confiscate the richest wallet" shows that you are immoral, and therefore not here for any good purpose. The fact that you think "economic incentives" justify stealing someone else's money implies that you think ALL theft is justified, because ALL theft is done for the "economic incentive" of the thief. Furthermore, it appears the link which you quoted about "confiscating wallets" referenced this apparently Russian scam.
You may well be part of this scam yourself, for all I know. I DO know, however, that you are an immoral liar, who attacks the VALUE CREATORS involved with Dash; and rather than attacking a REAL SCAM, you would rather promote it. I haven't been unduly rude to you (although you have been rude to me) but I will tell you, very simply and honestly, that your entire approach is disgusting and reprehensible to me, and I want EVERYONE on this board to see you for the IMMORAL spreader of DISCORD and LIES that you truly are.