If the Christian god existed, and were it possible to kill it, it would just to do so for a multitude of reasons, not the least of which is it sadistically taking its wrath out on us with a lethal virus. If a human being deliberately gave a person AIDS, he would justly be convicted of a crime. If it was as many people as your god is believed to have killed, that person would be executed. Do you think that your god should be subjected to a different standard?It's God's wrath on the sexual deviant and immoral.
But creating the AIDS virus and deliberately infecting millions of people with it isn't even close to its greatest crime against mankind. Building a master demon and unleashing it on the earth is a greater one.
There is even an far worse crime for it to answer for. Building hell, keeping souls conscious after death, and turning them over to this master demon to torture for eternity to no benefit to anybody dwarfs the two crimes against humanity listed above. Killing your god and its evil lieutenant in order to rescue those souls - or to allow them to slip into unconsciousness at the very least - would be the greatest act of kindness possible.
I don't expect you to agree. I realize that you believe that that god would burn you that way as well if you did. As you say, it is wrathful