I'll modify my answer to maybe. The online Webster defines violent as
Main Entry: vi·o·lent
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin violentus; akin to Latin vis strength -- more at VIM
Date: 14th century
1 : marked by extreme force or sudden intense activity <a violent attack>
2 a : notably furious or vehement <a violent denunciation> b : EXTREME, INTENSE <violent pain> <violent colors>
3 : caused by force : not natural <a violent death>
4 a : emotionally agitated to the point of loss of self-control <a mental patient becoming violent> b : prone to commit acts of violence <violent prison inmates>
Sudden intense activity - yes.
The other definition - no.
But isn't everyone really saying the same things...in so many different words?