You English really good for a not-English.
But when you say:
It signals that you are in agreement with the thing that keeps on persisting, i.e. the ideology of the pick-up artists. The phrase that would suit you better is:
"Will", in this case, implies an autonomy that removes you from the process, and doesn't imply that you have a vested interest in the outcome of "this shit" NOT "dying out". "Should" implies that it aligns with your personal ideology. I gathered from the rest of your context that such is not the case.
I'm real English, and I'm here to tell you that you're really good @english almost all of the time, and I'd love to be comparably proficient @russian. Like seriously, respect, I see you 'round!
^^^more slang & @slang
PM me for any clarifications, and if I have belittled you, kill me herein.