My point is that nowadays most people do not want privacy. They do nothing to try to get it and will trade it away for the slightest convenience. How can you expect people to have their privacy respected while they are themselves offering all their information willingly to anyone that wants to give them a slight convenience for it?
I think that the core of the problem is people not caring about their privacy. Many people even directly state that they do not care about their privacy because they do nothing but watch porn anyway. How can we ever protect such people their privacy?
I think that everyone should have an option to privacy. But even that is difficult because the people who make privacy focused tools still need to feed themselves and keep their lights on so they need to get paid. However no one is interested in privacy so privacy is a bad business model.
So in order to get more privacy focused products, we first need more privacy focused people. Privacy needs to be a valid business model that people are interested in. I appreciate companies like Purism trying to help (or at least now I assume they are honest, but I have been disappointed in the past many times) and I love supporting them but right now an honest privacy focused company will always stay a small company because there is no market for that kind of stuff.