Edit: After reading the comments, I think this should be yandere, sure she's not crazy or violent, but the fact that she's willing to hurt others to get what she wants in such meticulous and cold way definitely is a yandere in my book.
You seem like the kind of person who hates it when people try to find deep meaning in television shows.
Lol. I just said your definition of moe is wrong. And what deep meaning? You saying "moe shows" are made for neet otaku who wants to find their waifu's to fap to is supposed to be finding deep meaning in television? To me it sounds rather like you saying anything that can be categorize as "moe" is useless crap we should avoid like fire. If anything your dismissal of "moe" because of it's "culture" sounds like you are not trying to find deeper meaning in it. And it is double funny that you say I'm not trying to find deep meaning in shows when I linked in this thread a video of guy who is focusing his entire channel on analyzing and discussing in depth different anime series. And I regularly watch a bunch of different channels, talking about games, movies and other stuff. And it is triple funny that (if you bothered to watch it) things you said about "moe" perfectly proves the point that Digibro made in his video (with which I completely agree). But yea, I'm the one not trying to find deep meaning or having a meaningful conversation.