You seem to be keen on the 'censorship-resistant' aspect of bitcoin. When you say censorship, I assume you are referring to money being seized or blocked by authorities ? If you're not on a sanctions list or holding the proceeds of crime, what censorship exactly are you worried about ?
The flip side of the 'censorship' you are referring to is protection to others.
There's a major flaw in the assumption you are making right there. Are the authorities always right? If you live in a country with a worse performing fiat currency than normal, and the government says we're implementing capital controls, you cannot maintain any other currency in this jurisdiction - dollars, etc. will have to be converted to hyperinflation dollars. Are you down with that? Because I'm not.
If you send $10 to peaceful protesters in Ottawa, is it acceptable to you to have ..
A. Your donation confiscated.
B. The government to decide to reallocate your donation to an organisation you are completely opposed to
C. That for having the audacity to support that peaceful protest the government decides unilaterally to freeze your account?
Lets try an example from yesterday - Do you think that it's ok for the authorities to beat up protesters in China who were simply trying to get access to their life savings ( all $6 billion having been frozen - and still is frozen right now)? Do you think censorship-resistant money would be useful to that group of people today? I do.
How about the celtic tiger saga - and Brian Lenihan being within a whisker of agreeing to a haircut on all of our savings. You might say that's reasonable - I don't - I'm not down with that in any way shape or form.
How about a world power leaning on visa/mastercard to illegally close down any and all means of funding to Wikileaks back in the day? Wikileaks went on to take donations in Bitcoin - it's what kept the organisation alive.
How about you are an opposition party in Russia - and the powers that be freeze your funds - simply because you're an opponent? Is that ok? Last time I checked, said organisation were accepting funding in Bitcoin.
I could go on - but you get the picture. And you're quite right, in that I'm not down with censorship