Alas, such a post does the elite's work for them in rationalizing THEIR planned culling of the (human) herd.
You push the population numbers game while Koehler pushes the impossible WE frame as if WE all identify with this week's mass murderer and/or the Joint Chiefs of Staff and their all-war all-the-time policies.
Both memes are deceptive and dangerous as neither points out that violence is a systemic problem built into a nation under thrall to the military-industrial-media complex.
Those who don't embrace weaponry have no effective means (as yet) of anesthetizing this beast; but the incapacity to stop armies from marching is not the same thing as applauding their deadly efforts or agreeing to march with them.
And those that would grant no voice or witness to any deviation from the Mars-rules program wittingly or otherwise argue for the continuation of the same diabolical status quo that's enabled patriarchal dominator forces to shape the narrative, along with cultural emphases and economic priorities for many generations. That hardly represents the wishes, will, or consent of "the governed."
By suggesting that ALL persons are part of the violence, where is cognitive space allotted to any alternative to the continuing (and continuous) show of horrors?