Seriously though. What exactly is going to end up being the justification to rid the world of all the angels? How exactly is the show going to sell that they should be locked away forever? Like what exactly have they done to deserve that?
Like the apocalypse, you say? You mean the event that the angels as a whole were manipulated into doing by their highers up? Just like how Sam and Dean were? You mean the event that–had they known what was really going on the whole time–they never would’ve gone along with? That they would’ve rebelled for and fought against? You mean the event that quite a few angels in Season 6 were trying to prevent? That the humans on the show didn’t give a flying fuck about because, hey, the battleground wasn’t on Earth and the suffering and causalities weren’t happening to humans but to angels so it doesn’t concern them? You mean that apocalypse?
Or no, wait. Is it supposed to be justifiable because the angels have wronged the Winchester family? Is that it? (Even though all the angels who were ultimately responsible for any wrongdoings against said family have either already been killed or are already locked away, and have been for awhile now.) Like is that really supposed to be it? That’s supposed to be the reason? An entire species must suffer and be banished and trapped and locked away forever just so that Sam'n'Dean can get their revenge? (That they’ve already gotten?)
Or is it just supposed to be that the angels aren’t human and anything that isn’t human is inherently bad and wrong and evil and must be killed?
Like seriously? What is it? What is the reason?
Hint: There is no justifiable reason because this bullshit isn’t justifiable. If (WHEN) the Winchesters lock all the angels away, it will most likely be for reasons of vengeance and because the angels are non-human and thus, as the show keeps on insisting, “evil”–despite multiple instances to the contrary.