Bombing Nazi Germany to rubble<quoted text>
The basic problem is that people, regardless of the underlying political or religious beliefs, can be convinced en masse that some things are worth killing for. In the long run, the only solution is promoting systems of ethics that give top priority to avoiding harm to others, the point being that if people don't kill each other over emotionally charged disagreements, issues can be sorted out through negotiation, consultation, or legal action.
Nazism, Communism, nationalism, Puritanism, so many isms have led to so many millions of deaths. Arguing over secondary motivations behind destructive mass action misses the point. All human societies, at one time or another, have allowed other priorities to take precedence over respect for the safety of others, resulting in warfare, mass executions, and genocide. The most significant advancement we can make in human development at this point is to break that cycle and create a global civilization for which "violent solution" is an absolute oxymoron.
There is no such thing as a violent solution.
By its very nature, violence only creates new problems.
from 1944 to 1945 seemed to work well.
Hitler shot himself and
we hanged 16 top Nazis.:-)
Sometime we need to resort to violence.
Japanese have not bombed
Pearl Harbor recently !