I always enjoy your posts. You come at thing from an entirely different angle to me but generally end up at more or less the same place.
What you call polarity, I call dichotomy - good/evil, us/them, etc - just labels. Even you fall into the trap by differentiating between us and Nature.
That's what the story of the Forbidden Fruit is about in the OT. Eating the fruit (the seed carrier) didn't introduce 'Evil' into the world. It introduced subjectivism into the world. Due to ignorance of the 'bigger picture' we have to make decisions subject to what we do know (which aint a lot).
So what if 'humanity' becomes extinct? We that are currently being human will still exist and, if necessary, will manifest (have being) as something else.
People (or egos) like their comfort zones, even if that comfort zone is surround by Islamic terrorists or illuminati or reptiles or capitalists or communists or, or, or. None of these have any power over me as there is nothing of value which they can deprive me of. In any case, all of them are merely us in a different guise. All these conspiracy theorists and general do-gooders who want to make the world a better place by eradicating this or that, are no different from the groups they want to eradicate (their ultimate goal is the same: to make the world to their liking, and it's always easier to blame other rather than self).
People should try entering the Labyrinth and battling the Minotaur (the ego). He's not so tough but he is sneaky and knows the Labryrinth like the back of his hoof. My own Minotaur is a spent force but I'm currently stuck / lost in the Labyrinth and could really do with Athene giving me a hint as to which direction lies the exit (one can't rush a Lady
'You are just the thought of a thought' - U.G. Krishnamurti.