Actually I find this set of tools to be particularly vulnerable to being corrupted by a minority
Who, the people corrupting the tools? You're not doing a very good job of countering my premise if you're actually trying to say the tools themselves are to blame, you know.
Riiiight. Next you're going to say that a bank that did not have a vault, locks on its front door or any other form of security should be held blameless if it gets burglarised. And you'll put the blame on everyone else, including those who did not have anything to do with the theft, just like you're doing here. Nice logic.
Sorry, but logic is one thing I'm not finding in your posts.
Just what, exactly is your premise? Because it sounds like you're trying to say that inanimate objects and ideas are to blame for what human beings do with them, and that surely can't be right.