You can save so much speculation and debate just by looking at what already exists and drawing reasonable conclusions.
I just downloaded and ran the Tor browser. Right there on the front page you can infer certain things.
Tor harbours various filth: Perverts, druggies, card thieves, fraudsters, and other human waste. Yet we see here on the front page that “The Tor Project is a US 501©(3) non-profit dedicated to the research, development, and education of online anonymity and privacy” and on the same page they solicit donations and request that vistors become volunteers to run relays. Also, Tor does not have any greylisting, as far as I know, although I have heard of relay owners attempting such things. It is definitely considered a flaw, needful of patching, if a relay owner, or some researchers running a test network, manage to uncloak any participating nodes.
Conclusion: there no reason why SAFEnet can’t do the same, in the same way, with the same glow of virtue. People who torment themselves and the rest of us with dire warnings of adverse publicity and the need for censorship are not paying attention to what already exists.