An essential element of the mission of our violent men is to make clear that only the divinity which defends us, and which they serve and defend, is worthy of being considered truly divine. In truth, our violent men believe that those who have had to die in our quest for our peaceful ends should consider themselves fortunate, should indeed be grateful for having been delivered from possible death. Our violent men are more powerful, more potent. They are exponentially more dedicated to the well-being, and thus have need of greater resources. It is therefore unreasonable to believe there should be a limit on the proportion of the resources relegated to the efficient functioning of the violent men. Those who thus feel protected by the violent men understand that an enduring state of violence is preferable to sporadic outbreaks of peace, during which violence may be perpetrated on them without their having been prepared for it.