Why does LUKS not include an option for GRUB ENCRYPTION?

After much tampering with the settings, I’ve found a very big security flaw in the USB boot system. I cannot encrypt my GRUB…

Where are the files that I wish to encrypt? In my memory. And that is not encrypted. It is plaintext. Plaintext on the open. Can this be an issue if I want to protect my data? I think it is.

Grub to LUKS = plaintext. Luks to CRYPTSETUP = ENCRYPTED. ENCRYPTED to /boot = plaintext. PROBLEM?

Can we get these coporate SELLOUTS OUT OF OUR “OPENSOURCE” community.