According to the Bible, it's been calculated that "God" killed over 2 million people. How? He burned them, smote them, and plagued them. According to 2 Chr. 21: 14-19, God killed Jehoram by making his bowels fall out, and the 250 people burned to death for offering incense (Numbers 16:35). He killed Lot's wife for looking back, hung the 7 sons of Saul, the 15,000 people who complained in Numbers 16: 49. Let us not forget the 7 plagues he released upon Egypt, and the killing of the first born son of every house with lambs blood atop the door frame.
Stated in the Bible, the "Devil" was only calculated to kill 10 people, and that is in a bet against "God" in Job 1: 1-19 where Job's 7 sons and 3 daughters were killed in a test to show Job's faith.
Thus, after stating all this, if "God" existed, would he be the one to blame for putting the violent tyranny acts of war into man's mind? Could he be the one to blame for showing us that force will sometimes help you what you desire; as in "God's" case where it was disciplined followers.
Well, Just look at the Book of Joshua and the taking of Jericho !
Joshua's army slaughtered thousends of innocent people just to get to Jericho..
I consider Joshua the 1st Terrorist.. In the same vain as Bin Laden
and he said to them, " The LORD God of Israel commands you to strap on your swords and go through the camp, killing your relatives, your friends, and your neighbors."
“What luck for rulers, that men do not think.” ~Adolf Hitler
“The great mass of people will more easily fall victim to a big lie than to a small one.” ~Adolf Hitler
“If you tell a lie long enough, loud enough, and often enough, the people will believe it.” ~Adolf Hitler
I did indeed answer both of your questions. Here's the questions you asked . . .
My answer asserted that God (through religion) is an influence but the blame rightly belongs to the power-hungry men who commandeer religion for their own reasons. That answers the first question. It also asserts that God (through religion) prepares adherents to be malleable in the hands of despots and tyrants. That answers the second question.
Thus, after stating all this, if "God" existed, would he be the one to blame for putting the violent tyranny acts of war into man's mind?  Could he be the one to blame for showing us that force will sometimes help you what you desire; as in "God's" case where it was disciplined followers.