These are much longer than some of the Answers in the last article. Basically I said yes OpenBSD relates to wifi security and yes there are security issues when building wifi routers and yes when OpenBSD is running in wifi routers most of the security is turned off.
Overall I think the article was a bit of over the top to be honest as the PM is not talking about Wifi security but rather about what countries which do not accept Huawei doing business with them and are not willing to sightly disagree with them. Sure I agree with what is said but it seems a bit excessive and unprofessional. I am not saying that OpenBSD can't be used to secure wifi routers or be used on other devices because claims that OpenBSD can't be used on wifi routers is a myth.
I am not the first to come up with this nor am I the only. To be honest there are probably others still working on it. There are definitely some bugs in BSD that need fixing. Has anyone else noticed the configure --disable-mtrr=yes? I have no idea what it does but when I got it asking me if I wanted to install it I should of seen that. d2c66b5586