You, as in, you Linux users (who read this site) who when this issue of kernel security was raised recently, said "you're right Linus, security bugs are no more important than normal bugs, you and the rest of the kernel developers don't need to waste any of your precious time on informing me of any of the exploitable vulnerabilities found in your software." You, as in, you Linux kernel developers (who read this site) who refuse to acknowledge these fundamental problems, and instead of taking steps to correct them, cover them up or ignore them.
As I don't remember you (as in you, drag) speaking up when this issue was last raised, then yes, your implicit acceptance is partially to blame for the new non-disclosure policy of the kernel developers. It would not have been possible for them to adopt this policy in the presence of general public outrage.
But of course, taking this discussion to a meta-level of what I mean by "you" is much more productive.