You guys are funny, and I'm enjoying some nice chuckles.
There's a deeper question though: what do you do when you don't get a 'clean' attack? When you're facing 'death b by a thousand cuts' rather than 'one strike, one kill'? How do you apply aikido principals and/or techniques in that circumstance?
Certainly going right to the center is one of our textbook answers, and the glock or knife fits that model. Distraction, redirection, surprise, unbalancing via conventional or unconventional methods, (circus ponies, goofballs in red uniforms)...OK, I guess you guys are dead on the mark after all.
The thread is not titled, " What AIKIDO technique would you apply to neutralize Brazilian Jujitsu attacker". So tearing their face off is still on the table.