Just an observation - I am not a sick puppy! British commanders in Afghanistan have said that killing insurgents is regrettable, not least because you make enemies of all their brothers and cousins. Rarely does the slaughter exceed the replacement rate - even the Soviets in Afghanistan and Americans in Vietnam seemed to face an endless supply of opponents. Now, if you want to control a deer population shooting stags is a waste of time. One stag can impregnate an endless number of hinds, so you don't affect the replacement rate or the population - although you might affect the genes of the herd. To control the population you shoot the hinds. So if you want to destroy a people you have to kill the pre-pubescent females. Not a heart of darkness that I'd recommend entering. We'll need to find a way to get along.