It’s a bit unnerving how Reiju states without any hesitation that her father and brothers are “destroyers” / “murderers” who derserve death. Although she wasn’t aware of Big Mom’s plan to annihilate Germa before this point, it’s as if she’d always thought they needed to be destroyed, and the time has finally come.
Do you think Reiju never loved her family, or could it be that even though she does care about them, she still believes they don’t deserve any kind of mercy for all the atrocities they’ve commited? I can easily imagine Sanji pitying his brothers, but Reiju might’ve dropped her pity for them long ago. Sanji never witnessed his brothers commit actual crime, but Reiju has watched her brothers grow into unforgivable monsters her entire life - the fact that they didn’t have a choice in becoming who they are might not matter to her anymore.
I have a feeling that though ironic it may be, Sanji might suffer from inner turmoil much more than Reiju at the brink of Germa’s collapse. This is because Reiju is an “accomplice” of course, but she’s also a numb, battered soul who wants everything to be over. Sanji on the other hand has that fire inside him that keeps him fighting for hope, even if it’s against his brothers’ nonexistent humanity. He’s also the kindest soul alive, which is why maybe, just maybe he might succeed in redeeming his family in the end even just a little.