Now, when we look out, across the cosmos, all our SETI-type projects see in the skies, is silence & noise.
So, upon the back of "Bruno's Law", this hypothesis predicts, that the SETI-type projects, of other sentient species, should see only silence & noise in their skies ("what we see here is what they see there"). Thus, it should be the case, that our sentient species is effectively invisible from a few thousand light-years [the expected distance to the next nearest of our Galaxy's ~30 sentient species].
Is this the case, or is our sentient species already quite conspicuous across such spatial distances ?? If we are conspicuous, that conspicuousness would be inconsistent w/ this hypothesis.
This hypothesis essentially says, that the commonly claimed "suicidal-ness" & "fratricidal-ness" of our sentient species, is not random, but rather imposed, by the advanced means of The Predator. And, by application to the other sentient species which we "should" be seeing, the same is offered as answer to Fermi's Paradox ("we should've seen 'em by now").
Thus, this hypothesis asserts, that the answer to Fermi's Paradox, is the same, as the answer to the "suicidal fratricidal-ness" our sentient species. So, if, at some time in the future, Fermi's Paradox is conclusively answered, then this hypothesis says, that answer, whatever it may be, must explain the self-destructive tendencies of humans, et vice versa.
You have very much entered the world of pseudo-science, mixing philosophy and science means it isn't science.
Bruno's law is nothing to do with science and most certainly is not a scientific law, it is conjecture and nothing more
Even if there is life out there, there is no guarantee that it is intelligent (in fact it is unlikely).
Second, hypothesis! That is not a hypothesis, that is blind speculation and pure abuse of science!
This story telling and has much scientific value as "spot the dog"
This is a science fiction and pseudo-science, nothing more, pure junk.