It's proposed that they destroy other Earth's to save their Earth and Captain America won't have it, he wants to stand against this kind of injustice blah blah blah. But the fact of the matter is, his moral fiber has been lacking since AvX. I haven't felt or seen him really reflect on his massive f-up. For him to show up and speak as the moral compass of the group is sorta dumb now. I half expected Mr. Fantastic to smack him upside the head and go "Remember when you went to war with mutants?" I can't see this character going back into his previous role after AvX. He shouldn't be so unscathed by it.
So I'm reading New Avengers, there's one panel when Cap gets up and protests an action they all want to take. I can't take him seriously, that whole moral cloth of the Marvel Universe thing is gone now. T'challa has a stronger moral cloth, to me, than Cap.
@Blood1991: I would love the oppressing tragedy of it though. Going back on topic, Cyclops just can't find a better solution, he can't save Jean, he can't save his soul and he can't stop from killing Xavier.
What if Cyclops knows about the events the Young X-men do. Young Cyclops going back to his place in time with full knowledge of the future. Wouldn't that add to the tragedy!? Cyclops trying to change the future, knowing whatever he does he can't make any better decision than he did the first time around!