First, NigelCrackPot, you misspelled “succeed” when you asterisked it out, you put an extra ‘E’ on the end. Second, either you have something against hockey legend Bobby Hull or one half of Hall and Oates.
Third, the entire point of Buddhism, the whole thing Guatama Siddharta was looking for, was peace. Violence is a negative action which weighs upon a persons karma, preventing them from achieving enlightenment, and ultimately, nirvana. I learned that at an actual fucking Catholic high school, because the only way to fight ignorance like yours is to actually learn about other religions and not just toss the aside with a derisive snort and a casual “it’s not mine, so it must be demons.”
Yes, some Buddhists have used violence, much as many, many, holy-shit-it-used-to-be-ingrained-in-the-Church’s-doctrine MANY Catholics have (or do you think all the Jews in Europe just couldn’t make their minds up about what country they wanted to live in, like they couldn’t decide where to put a couch in the living room?). But the ones that do are outliers, or are sacrificing their chance at their idea of heaven for the sake of others. Not that I expect a sociopath like yourself to understand actual sacrifice, the kind where you don’t know you’re immortal, let yourself get caught and tortured, take a three-day power nap then wake up with superpowers, exactly as you knew you would, I mean real sacrifice where lives are lost and never come back.
No, Buddhism will not make a person like a god. There are no gods in Buddhism, or at least, none are necessary. The primary philosophy behind Buddhism is that it doesn’t matter how we got here, the only thing that matters is what we do now that we are here. That and, being an asshole has consequences.