Global cooling: A fringe belief in the 1970s, and never the prevalent theory (but oft reported as such in media which seeks to lampoon actual scientific discovery)
Global warming: The increased heat in the Earth's system (in the atmosphere, seas, etc.)
Climate change: Changes to the climate, which might result from cooling or warming
Climate disruption: The specific changes to the world's climate which cause disruption to the existing industries and societies
You playfully confusing these terms only shows your ignorance, and does not cast dispersion on the people who use them, or on the phenomena they describe.
English is a descriptive language, not prescriptive, so if a word or suffix is used in a particular fashion by enough people, that becomes the meaning. You should probably get over that, as otherwise you'll have a very annoyed life. Language evolves, as do the meanings of the words we use.
That is a massive amount of guesswork that any rational person would feel ashamed to vomit on the internet. If you can back it up with sources, that would be something different. The sheer number of generalisations you've made, seemingly based solely on the idea of sexism, is incredibly telling.
By "white knight" you seem to be meaning "non-sexist". It's weird you'd think that would be something to be ashamed of, but in light of your eagerness to throw around allegations of sexism and self-proclaimed omniscience of the business world, one could not really expect you to behave like a rational person.
So instead of fixing the actual problems, such as poverty, the answer is to just fill the area with guns. You could try turning where you live into civilization, instead of just keeping the status quo. Where do you live, late-90s Mogadishu?
In the city where I live (not in the US, in a country with relatively few guns), there was a robbery involving guns. A policewoman was shot in the leg (and the robbers killed or caught). People still talk about it. That happened ~three years ago. It was so unusual, so unthinkable, that it sticks in peoples' minds. I can't imagine living in a place where that would be considered normal, expected behavior.
So yeah, I think filling society with guns then saying you need more guns to fix the problem of so many guns is pretty irrational, but then we don't have much crime, and certainly very little gun crime.