Encryption flavour of the week in US politics

The latest edition of ‘all your base are belong to us’ starring the US Gov. surrounds forced backdoors in smartphones.

This is what I thought:
Any sanctioned security product does not magically remove all unsanctioned security pathways. So the key holder basically wants to become world police of all security it overseas. We’re the good guys, and we define all control of those we deem to be possibly under inverstigation, this can only lead to the existential question of who is the observer, choosing what the observed may do. Which leads to a self examinitory question of the validity of government expansion.