They choose "idealistic" names because they sound, well, idealistic. People who don't do their due diligence on the organization will see the name and think "Oh, this is a group that is focused on all the Good Things(tm)! I'm going to donate to them!".
H. L. Mencken said "No one in this world, so far as I know ... has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people." Groups like these prove him correct.
That's why the drone will also carry air-to-surface missiles.
I've been on a jury (for a two-week-long drug trial) where the judge had to instruct us to ignore some testimony. It was actually pretty easy to do that; during deliberation, if someone mentioned that part of the testimony, someone (usually a different person each time) would point out that we weren't supposed to consider that information, and everyone moved on in our discussion. It probably helped, of course, that there was a lot of other evidence for us to consider.
I'm trying to remember where I read, years ago, that when you see the word "but" in a sentence, that's your clue that you can completely ignore everything that precedes it in the sentence.
Here we have the existence proof.
Don't forget the silver lining - it will also reduce both population pressure and the shortage of housing. And all it will cost is the lives of a whole bunch of people, most of whom still had things they wanted to do in this life.