Arts & Humanities ┬╗ History ┬╗ ­čŹĺHistorically speaking, when has violence solved a problem?

­čŹĺHistorically speaking, when has violence solved a problem?

Every time


Nothing but bringing more of the same. With the exception of the wars commanded by God against the enemies of the Israeli (when they were loyal to Him) and those in which He sent his saints to save the Christianity (the new people of God), like in the Battle of Lepanto where the Virgin Mary of Guadalupe was present to defeat the Turks who wanted to exterminate all the catholics.


Every war ever fought in national defense

It never has as wars keep going on- they end one and start another. It does not solve problems between individuals either.

1776 american Independance

winning WW1 WW2 which made America Rich

the best is the Falklands

and the British would never have left Ireland if Not Pushed

What problem? Maniac swinging a chainsaw? Violence solves that.
a=(65-46)(25-8) might insight violence, but isn't solved by it.

- the early crusades...

- the wars against ottoman expansion into the european continent

- the battle of tours, when charles martel drove back the marauding hordes of muslim rapists and serial killers invading via the iberian peninsula...

- world war ii in europe and the pacific...

some people have guns in their households and apartments, but the family really doesn't believe in that; my parents, i mean, and we just simply lock the doors in case of possibility of someone coming in or breaking into our home, which always seems to do the trick...

1776 american independance

winning ww1 ww2 which made america rich

the proper is the falklands

and the british would never have left ireland if not pushed