WTH are you talking about sareth01? It is specifically his haphazard way of traveling that gets him into situations where he must fight and kill.
Sinperium answered it before I could :
Essentially, the Doctor is quite similar to someone dealing with PTSD Can you blame him?
I would pose a fair question, if you had killed 1 billion + individuals, that their blood was on your hands, and it had really solved nothing (aka daleks are still alive, threatening the universe), would you finally take to heart the lesson that violence is not the answer?
Would you become a paragon of peace, to use reason and discussion to stop the proliferation of violence?
The doctor is in many ways a paragon of peace, and I believe this is his most endearing quality to the viewer.
He is not perfect in this, but the point is that he tries not to use violence.
That is all I was talking about, nothing more or nothing less.
If you want to get some real life experience on this phenomenon, enlist in the army and go overseas and start killing people with the rest of those guys, and/or talk to a few soldiers that have killed a few people in combat and ask them if violence is the right way to go about things.
Personally, I have never killed another person in combat despite having served in the armed forces in a warzone. I have had many friends that have however and they are strong supporters of a peaceful solution to solving problems (as am I). It is the governments/private interests that make money off the conflicts that are the greatest barrier to peaceful conflict resolution.
I enjoyed the episode where the human bankers had sold out humanity to an alien monster on a media satellite orbiting the earth. The situational comedy of that episode was downright awesome. Writers of Dr. Who and I see eye to eye on a great many things, that is one reason I enjoy the show as much as I do.
I pray that no human ever invents a time machine.
Yeah that would be a god awful mess!