Strategy when opposing evil??

That evil behavior exists among humans is undeniable. We disagree on how our society should respond. The near intelligent animals have different strategies that we might consider adopting. Which (if any) do you prefer? Female elephants protect their young. When grown, bull elephants are larger than any... show more That evil behavior exists among humans is undeniable. We disagree on how our society should respond.

The near intelligent animals have different strategies that we might consider adopting. Which (if any) do you prefer?

Female elephants protect their young. When grown, bull elephants are larger than any predator and, when provoked, sufficiently violent to deter them (until the bull becomes old and weak). Females travel in herds all their lives, finally becoming prey only when too ill or aged to continue traveling with the herd.

The non-human great apes do have predators. They move about in tribes or families and retreat vertically [up trees] to locations their predators can't follow when threatened. Surprise and concealment lead to some predator kills.

Dolphins (porpoises) also travel in groups. When confronted by sharks, they attack violently by ramming as a pack. They are fast enough to evade ocras (which travel in families)

Which strategy should the West adopt?
Update: you are asked for a strategy -- this implies logic and thinking. So far, I make it zero for five.
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