Angry people very easily get caught up in venting their anger with violence. LOTS of angry people are emboldened by being part of an angry mob. Once the lid is removed, all that backed up pressure needs to go somewhere. History is filled with incidents of violence when oppressed groups get the opportunity to turn the tables. http://www.historyguy.com/slave_rebellions_usa.htm#.T5fLNdXl-F9
The only violence is occurring to the people in those videos without guns, the Korean shop owners with guns were perfectly fine. Leave a squad of rangers(Remember, you'll be running your own base) and a shitload of weaponry in the hands of the women. Problem solved.
Woolfe wrote:Its still different from slavery... only just tho. I think if I turned up in the 1600's with a team of trained troops and modern equipment and ongoing supplies, I would probably have done a number on the Hapsburgs and similar people. Of course I probably would have caught plague and died soon after but hey.
There's already a series about that.
http://www.baenebooks.com/10.1125/Baen/ ... .htm?blurb