There is no such thing as a “right to exist”. No one has a right to live. That just opinion.
Morality is a crappy tool that can be used to justify anything. In other words the road to hell is paved with good intentions. Hitler and other believed they were right and their cause moral. To say it isn’t is just stating your opinion. You can’t prove it bad.
No one thinks they are doing evil, they believe they are right. We can’t prove them wrong. In the end it’s just matching your opinion against theirs, it has no weight besides the number of people who believe it.
There are any number of social conventions that clearly recognize the right of individuals to exist, it usually requires extreme conditions to remove those rights.
Once again I’ll point out that what you’re advocating is stepping completely outside of social terms we all live under in the same way others have done which has resulted in some fairly extreme reactions to return those social terms to something approaching an equilibrium. There’s no question that some will seek the extreme “solution” to current pressures that you do.
To think that many would readily agree to be murdered is sheer idiocy of the kind that led Hitler to blow his brains out in 1945.
I’ll repeat, if you truly feel this way then start with yourself, if others agree then they can follow.
Arbitrary and mandatory execution of humans without legal cause is in fact genocide despite whatever rationalization of mass murder you may have come up with.
Calling it culling is an indication of how you see other people, it doesn’t represent the objective reality you claim it does. For one none of us experiences objective reality, it’s all subjective and no one has access to perfect information despite the fact that some fool themselves and sometimes others they do.
The fact you’re referring to this as culling and not advocating mass suicide which would involve free will says everything we need to know about how you see others. And it’s not pretty…
Basically it illuminates the downside of allowing psychopaths free access to the internet.