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The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Vatod(m): 12:40pm On Jun 13
The world has seen tragedy in many forms. Wars, genocides, riots, killings, famines and what not. The real evil however lies within the architects of these inhuman practices. Men who advocated crime to a level no one else could fathom. Their decision wreaked havoc on humanity and all that comes with it.

Here are 15 of the most evil to have ever been born:

1. Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

The chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most intelligent, creative and brutal dictators of them all. He was largely responsible for the holocaust and the second World War. He believed that Jews were the root cause of all problems and set out to eliminate them. His actions resulted in death of over 50 million people. Hitler committed suicide in his bunker on 30th April 1945. Hard to believe that he was once a talented artist and part of a Bohemian community.

1
Source: expeltheparasite
2. Joseph Stalin (1878-1953)

Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin was dictator of the Soviet Union from 1922 till his death in 1953. As a young man, he was a robber and an assassin. For almost 30 years, he reigned with terror and violence in the Soviet Union. His decisions led to a famine that killed millions. Forget enemies, he even killed families of people who were fond of him. Under his rule, more than 1.5 million German women were raped and in all, he easily killed over 20 million people. He once said, "One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is simply a statistic." Ironically, he was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1945 & 1948. He died of a stroke in 1953.


2
Source: wikia
3. Vlad the Impaler (1431-1476/77)

Vlad the Impaler was also known as Vlad Dracula. The character of Dracula was loosely based on Vlad, due to his sadistic personality and cruel acts done to the people of Wallachia, where he reigned as prince three times between 1448 to 1462 and killed about 20% of the population. He impaled the victim through the buttocks till the stake came out of the mouth. A German pamphlet once read: 'He roasted children, whom he fed to their mothers. And (he) cut off the breasts of women, and forced their husbands to eat them. After that, he had them all impaled.'

3
Source: pure-romania
4. Pol Pot (1925-1998)

Pol Pot was the leader of the Cambodian revolutionary group the Khmer Rogue, which had orchestrated the Cambodian genocide. Pol Pot believed in destroying the Cambodian civilisation in order to start a new regime and usher in a new age. He is probably the only man is history who ordered mass genocide on his own country. During his reign as Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979, his policies led to the death of around 2 million people which was 25% of the entire population. He liked to keep the skulls of people he had killed and he went as far as ordering babies to be torn limb by limb. He died of natural causes.

4
Source: bt.dk
5. Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945)


He was head of the SS and the brain behind the Final Solution to the Jewish question, that is extermination of all Jews in Europe. Himmler had ordered the killing of about 6 million Jews, 2 to 5 lac Russians and many other groups that the Nazis believed were unworthy of living. It is believed, not verified, that he had furniture made from the bones and skins of Jewish victims. He committed suicide and is buried at an undisclosed location.

5
Source: osobnost
6. Saddam Hussein (1937-2006)

He was the dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. During his reign, he authorised countless attacks on people. His policies made way for the death of not less than 2 million people. He ordered chemical attacks, eye gouging, beatings and severe shocks on people. He also recorded several tortures and deaths to watch them later. Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity and hanged in 2006.

Source: zetaboards
7. Idi Amin (1952-2003)

Idi Amin, who was the Chief of Army Staff, had taken control of Uganda while President Obote had gone to Singapore to attend a meeting. He promised to bring prosperity to Uganda. But a week later, he declared himself President of Uganda. As dictator, he came to be known as the 'Butcher of Uganda'. He killed people by feeding them to crocodiles, claimed he was a cannibal, mutilated one of his wives and rearranged her limbs. He killed and tortured around half a million people between 1971 to 1979 as ruler. He died of natural causes.

Source: documentarytube

8. Ivan the Terrible (1530-1584)

Ivan was the first Tsar of Russia. As a kid, he used to throw animals from the top of tall structures. Though he was intelligent, he had bouts of rage due to mental illness. During one, he even killed his own heir to the throne. He loved impaling, beheading, burning, strangling, frying, blinding and disemboweling people. Even in friends, he saw his enemies. In the Novgorod Massacre, more than 60,000 people were tortured to death. Ivan died while playing chess with his friend.

Source: playbuzz
9. Leopold the IInd of Belgium (1835-1909)

When king, he ruled over the Congo Free state which was approximately 76 times the size of Belgium. He made the entire world believe that he was going to help Congo. But under his regime, between 1885 to 1908, the country was subjected to a reign of terror. Over 500,000 died of diseases and many died of starvation as well. He killed over 10 million Congolese, which was 50% of the population of Congo. All this, just to gain money and more power.

Source: walkingbutterfly
10. Kim Il Sung (1912-1994), Kim Jong-il (1941-2011) and Kim Jong-un (born 1983)

Kim Jong-Sung was the dictator of North Korea from 1948-1972. He started the Korean war, which resulted in the death of 3 million Koreans. People of Korea were forced and brainwashed to idolise him. His son Kim Jong-il continued his legacy after Sung's death and Kim Jong-un is carrying on the same as he is dictator now. Millions have died of famine, starvation and execution and some methods of torture have been barbaric. North Korea has suffered from almost 70 years and still suffering from the wrath and policies of their dictators for the 3rd generation in a row.


Source: nationalpost
11. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989)

Khomeini was responsible for bringing about the 1979 Iranian Revolution. He was the religious leader of Iran from 1979-1989. The Shia laws were made out to be very stringent and those in violation of it were tortured and killed. He refused the offer to make peace with Iraq, which led to the death of around a million people. The Islamic holy war killed over 2 million people. He succumbed to cancer.

Source: mycatbirdseat
12. Nero (37-68)

Nero wreaked havoc in the Roman Empire. He burnt entire cities, murdered thousands of people & every member in his family. People were stabbed, burned, boiled, crucified and impaled. It is believed that he started the great fire that burned Rome but blamed it on Christians, who were then brutally tortured. Nero committed assisted suicide when he knew the rebellion will be lost.

Source: wikipedia
13. Genghis Khan (1162-1227)

Genghis Khan was the emperor of Mongolia from 1206 to 1227. His bloodthirsty nature led to many victories, such as a large part of China, but also the killing of countless people. It is believed that his men, if out of water, would drink blood from their horses. His army killed 15 million people in the Iranian plateau. A total of about 20 to 60 million people died during his reign. How he died still remains a mystery.

Source: biography
14. Mao Zedong (1893-1976)


He was the dictator of China from 1943-1976. Mao had a dream of making China a superpower but in the process, he created the largest genocide in history. Although he has been credited with modernising China and making it a world power, his actions killed around 40 to 70 million people through forced labour, executions and starvation. Mao himself succumbed to illness.

Source: wordpress
15. Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794)

He was the architect of the French Revolution. As a younger leader, he advocated better life for the people of France. But soon, his obsession with guillotining (beheading using a machine with a huge knife blade at the end) began. His reign of terror has been a famous part of history, he killed over 40,000 people within 10 months and believed that killing was always better than forgiving. He ordered an attack on Vendée, killing over 100,000 men. Ironically for him, Robespierre was also guillotined without trial.

Source: history
There are many others as well, who have butchered humanity at a level that is unimaginable. Barring the men mentioned above, people like Osama Bin Laden, Attila the Hun, Talat Pasha & so many others have left nothing but blood on the pages of history. Their legacy is upheld by those who think they were right!




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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by olaric(m): 12:43pm On Jun 13
Where's Buhari on the list?

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by WinterMinter(m): 12:54pm On Jun 13
16.
Mohamudu buhari, Major General
A disguised terrorist

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by onomeabuja: 12:58pm On Jun 13
WHERE BUHARI NAH.....
O.K NO16.......
2015-TILL DATE= BUHARI

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by insidelife22(m): 2:00pm On Jun 13
Oya quickly add the midget in Aso rock

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Jokerman(m): 3:01pm On Jun 13
Aleister Crowley too

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Nobody: 3:18pm On Jun 13
I have two for you... Buhari and his midget El-Rufai

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by biafrasun: 4:17pm On Jun 13
Muhammad buhari led his Fulani foot soldiers to kill thousands of nigerians of middle belt, south south, south east, and south West just like Hitler to create a living space for his Fulani tribe.

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by mespusinglez(m): 4:24pm On Jun 13
I Don't Do Business With Hitlergrin

16: BUHARIcheesy

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by kollinz1234(m): 4:32pm On Jun 13
@op,
I need to know how Vlad the impaler died.


I need a hell fire to exist; all these evil men cannot just seize to exist after doing all those nasty things and just dying by illness. There has to be a poetic Justice

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Robisky001(m): 4:56pm On Jun 13
The list is incomplete without Buhari on the list.

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by BuyAndSellStuff: 5:14pm On Jun 13
Nonsense.
The West always trying to paint anyone that gave them hell in bad light.

How is Stalin that saved the Soviet Union from extermination an evil man? Did they not know that lives are usually sacrificed for freedom?


Why is Queen Elizabeth's mother, Victoria, who was responsible for murdering, torturing and enslaving millions of Africans worldwide in the most inhumane conditions ever recorded not on the list?

Where is George Bush & Clinton that were responsible for murdering millions of Arabs in the Middle East over oil?

Where is Winston Churchill that carpet bombed millions of civilians in Germany despite knowing the bombings made little or no difference to the war then. He cowardly avoided German industries & gleefully bombed innocent civilians for fun.

Where is Truman who sanctioned the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings? Brutally eliminating civilians in their homes without warning instead of bombing military positions.



Where are these people??

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by engrchykae(m): 5:33pm On Jun 13
grin
Vatod:
The world has seen tragedy in many forms. Wars, genocides, riots, killings, famines and what not. The real evil however lies within the architects of these inhuman practices. Men who advocated crime to a level no one else could fathom. Their decision wreaked havoc on humanity and all that comes with it.

Here are 15 of the most evil to have ever been born:

1. Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

The chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most intelligent, creative and brutal dictators of them all. He was largely responsible for the holocaust and the second World War. He believed that Jews were the root cause of all problems and set out to eliminate them. His actions resulted in death of over 50 million people. Hitler committed suicide in his bunker on 30th April 1945. Hard to believe that he was once a talented artist and part of a Bohemian community.

1
Source: expeltheparasite
2. Joseph Stalin (1878-1953)

Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin was dictator of the Soviet Union from 1922 till his death in 1953. As a young man, he was a robber and an assassin. For almost 30 years, he reigned with terror and violence in the Soviet Union. His decisions led to a famine that killed millions. Forget enemies, he even killed families of people who were fond of him. Under his rule, more than 1.5 million German women were raped and in all, he easily killed over 20 million people. He once said, "One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is simply a statistic." Ironically, he was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1945 & 1948. He died of a stroke in 1953.


2
Source: wikia
3. Vlad the Impaler (1431-1476/77)

Vlad the Impaler was also known as Vlad Dracula. The character of Dracula was loosely based on Vlad, due to his sadistic personality and cruel acts done to the people of Wallachia, where he reigned as prince three times between 1448 to 1462 and killed about 20% of the population. He impaled the victim through the buttocks till the stake came out of the mouth. A German pamphlet once read: 'He roasted children, whom he fed to their mothers. And (he) cut off the breasts of women, and forced their husbands to eat them. After that, he had them all impaled.'

3
Source: pure-romania
4. Pol Pot (1925-1998)

Pol Pot was the leader of the Cambodian revolutionary group the Khmer Rogue, which had orchestrated the Cambodian genocide. Pol Pot believed in destroying the Cambodian civilisation in order to start a new regime and usher in a new age. He is probably the only man is history who ordered mass genocide on his own country. During his reign as Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979, his policies led to the death of around 2 million people which was 25% of the entire population. He liked to keep the skulls of people he had killed and he went as far as ordering babies to be torn limb by limb. He died of natural causes.

4
Source: bt.dk
5. Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945)


He was head of the SS and the brain behind the Final Solution to the Jewish question, that is extermination of all Jews in Europe. Himmler had ordered the killing of about 6 million Jews, 2 to 5 lac Russians and many other groups that the Nazis believed were unworthy of living. It is believed, not verified, that he had furniture made from the bones and skins of Jewish victims. He committed suicide and is buried at an undisclosed location.

5
Source: osobnost
6. Saddam Hussein (1937-2006)

He was the dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. During his reign, he authorised countless attacks on people. His policies made way for the death of not less than 2 million people. He ordered chemical attacks, eye gouging, beatings and severe shocks on people. He also recorded several tortures and deaths to watch them later. Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity and hanged in 2006.

Source: zetaboards
7. Idi Amin (1952-2003)

Idi Amin, who was the Chief of Army Staff, had taken control of Uganda while President Obote had gone to Singapore to attend a meeting. He promised to bring prosperity to Uganda. But a week later, he declared himself President of Uganda. As dictator, he came to be known as the 'Butcher of Uganda'. He killed people by feeding them to crocodiles, claimed he was a cannibal, mutilated one of his wives and rearranged her limbs. He killed and tortured around half a million people between 1971 to 1979 as ruler. He died of natural causes.

Source: documentarytube

8. Ivan the Terrible (1530-1584)

Ivan was the first Tsar of Russia. As a kid, he used to throw animals from the top of tall structures. Though he was intelligent, he had bouts of rage due to mental illness. During one, he even killed his own heir to the throne. He loved impaling, beheading, burning, strangling, frying, blinding and disemboweling people. Even in friends, he saw his enemies. In the Novgorod Massacre, more than 60,000 people were tortured to death. Ivan died while playing chess with his friend.

Source: playbuzz
9. Leopold the IInd of Belgium (1835-1909)

When king, he ruled over the Congo Free state which was approximately 76 times the size of Belgium. He made the entire world believe that he was going to help Congo. But under his regime, between 1885 to 1908, the country was subjected to a reign of terror. Over 500,000 died of diseases and many died of starvation as well. He killed over 10 million Congolese, which was 50% of the population of Congo. All this, just to gain money and more power.

Source: walkingbutterfly
10. Kim Il Sung (1912-1994), Kim Jong-il (1941-2011) and Kim Jong-un (born 1983)

Kim Jong-Sung was the dictator of North Korea from 1948-1972. He started the Korean war, which resulted in the death of 3 million Koreans. People of Korea were forced and brainwashed to idolise him. His son Kim Jong-il continued his legacy after Sung's death and Kim Jong-un is carrying on the same as he is dictator now. Millions have died of famine, starvation and execution and some methods of torture have been barbaric. North Korea has suffered from almost 70 years and still suffering from the wrath and policies of their dictators for the 3rd generation in a row.


Source: nationalpost
11. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989)

Khomeini was responsible for bringing about the 1979 Iranian Revolution. He was the religious leader of Iran from 1979-1989. The Shia laws were made out to be very stringent and those in violation of it were tortured and killed. He refused the offer to make peace with Iraq, which led to the death of around a million people. The Islamic holy war killed over 2 million people. He succumbed to cancer.

Source: mycatbirdseat
12. Nero (37-68)

Nero wreaked havoc in the Roman Empire. He burnt entire cities, murdered thousands of people & every member in his family. People were stabbed, burned, boiled, crucified and impaled. It is believed that he started the great fire that burned Rome but blamed it on Christians, who were then brutally tortured. Nero committed assisted suicide when he knew the rebellion will be lost.

Source: wikipedia
13. Genghis Khan (1162-1227)

Genghis Khan was the emperor of Mongolia from 1206 to 1227. His bloodthirsty nature led to many victories, such as a large part of China, but also the killing of countless people. It is believed that his men, if out of water, would drink blood from their horses. His army killed 15 million people in the Iranian plateau. A total of about 20 to 60 million people died during his reign. How he died still remains a mystery.

Source: biography
14. Mao Zedong (1893-1976)


He was the dictator of China from 1943-1976. Mao had a dream of making China a superpower but in the process, he created the largest genocide in history. Although he has been credited with modernising China and making it a world power, his actions killed around 40 to 70 million people through forced labour, executions and starvation. Mao himself succumbed to illness.

Source: wordpress
15. Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794)

He was the architect of the French Revolution. As a younger leader, he advocated better life for the people of France. But soon, his obsession with guillotining (beheading using a machine with a huge knife blade at the end) began. His reign of terror has been a famous part of history, he killed over 40,000 people within 10 months and believed that killing was always better than forgiving. He ordered an attack on Vendée, killing over 100,000 men. Ironically for him, Robespierre was also guillotined without trial.

Source: history
There are many others as well, who have butchered humanity at a level that is unimaginable. Barring the men mentioned above, people like Osama Bin Laden, Attila the Hun, Talat Pasha & so many others have left nothing but blood on the pages of history. Their legacy is upheld by those who think they were right!




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you just listed some men who stood up against oppression such as Hitler.
Why on Earth must France and Britain condemn Germany to the treaty of Versailles?
Robbed Germany of their overseas colonies when it was Otto von Bismarck that called Europe to a round table in Berlin to share Africa?
Hitler is a hero to his people,a better man than the gentle looking Winston Churchill.
Why is George Bush not on your list?
Why is there no British or Spanish man on your list?
The British have supervised the largest human genocide in recorded history starting from the blacks of Australia,north America,new zealand.they failed to succeed in South Africa and biafra.
It was only Genghis Khan,Nero, Alexander the great murderer, Tamerlane, and maybe three other people that I don't remember for now.
The rest are simply protecting their people.

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by RuMiRgO1stSon: 5:51pm On Jun 13
No.1 TERRORIST EVER WALK THE EARTH!
Successor of jewish prophet Moses; JOSHUA Exterminate millions of indigenous canaanites
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Mathiasa(m): 5:52pm On Jun 13
sad
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by salam8528: 5:52pm On Jun 13
olaric:
Where's Buhari on the list?
I won't have had the privilege to make this comment if ur claim are true
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by kilmot: 5:54pm On Jun 13
I was looking for Muhammadu Buhari
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by ChiefSosa(m): 6:02pm On Jun 13
A German pamphlet once read: 'He roasted children, whom he fed to their mothers. And (he) cut off the breasts of women, and forced their husbands to eat them. After that, he had them all impaled.'
He liked to keep the skulls of people he had killed and he went as far as ordering babies to be torn limb by limb
It is believed, not verified, that he had furniture made from the bones and skins of Jewish victims
He loved impaling, beheading, burning, strangling, frying, blinding and disemboweling people.
lipsrsealed

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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Walkee: 6:13pm On Jun 13
Most evil men according to Western media and propaganda *
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Empiretv: 6:15pm On Jun 13
No be juju be that?
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Mohlara1: 6:35pm On Jun 13
Vatod:
The world has seen tragedy in many forms. Wars, genocides, riots, killings, famines and what not. The real evil however lies within the architects of these inhuman practices. Men who advocated crime to a level no one else could fathom. Their decision wreaked havoc on humanity and all that comes with it.

Here are 15 of the most evil to have ever been born:

1. Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

The chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most intelligent, creative and brutal dictators of them all. He was largely responsible for the holocaust and the second World War. He believed that Jews were the root cause of all problems and set out to eliminate them. His actions resulted in death of over 50 million people. Hitler committed suicide in his bunker on 30th April 1945. Hard to believe that he was once a talented artist and part of a Bohemian community.

1
Source: expeltheparasite
2. Joseph Stalin (1878-1953)

Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin was dictator of the Soviet Union from 1922 till his death in 1953. As a young man, he was a robber and an assassin. For almost 30 years, he reigned with terror and violence in the Soviet Union. His decisions led to a famine that killed millions. Forget enemies, he even killed families of people who were fond of him. Under his rule, more than 1.5 million German women were raped and in all, he easily killed over 20 million people. He once said, "One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is simply a statistic." Ironically, he was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1945 & 1948. He died of a stroke in 1953.


2
Source: wikia
3. Vlad the Impaler (1431-1476/77)

Vlad the Impaler was also known as Vlad Dracula. The character of Dracula was loosely based on Vlad, due to his sadistic personality and cruel acts done to the people of Wallachia, where he reigned as prince three times between 1448 to 1462 and killed about 20% of the population. He impaled the victim through the buttocks till the stake came out of the mouth. A German pamphlet once read: 'He roasted children, whom he fed to their mothers. And (he) cut off the breasts of women, and forced their husbands to eat them. After that, he had them all impaled.'

3
Source: pure-romania
4. Pol Pot (1925-1998)

Pol Pot was the leader of the Cambodian revolutionary group the Khmer Rogue, which had orchestrated the Cambodian genocide. Pol Pot believed in destroying the Cambodian civilisation in order to start a new regime and usher in a new age. He is probably the only man is history who ordered mass genocide on his own country. During his reign as Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979, his policies led to the death of around 2 million people which was 25% of the entire population. He liked to keep the skulls of people he had killed and he went as far as ordering babies to be torn limb by limb. He died of natural causes.

4
Source: bt.dk
5. Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945)


He was head of the SS and the brain behind the Final Solution to the Jewish question, that is extermination of all Jews in Europe. Himmler had ordered the killing of about 6 million Jews, 2 to 5 lac Russians and many other groups that the Nazis believed were unworthy of living. It is believed, not verified, that he had furniture made from the bones and skins of Jewish victims. He committed suicide and is buried at an undisclosed location.

5
Source: osobnost
6. Saddam Hussein (1937-2006)

He was the dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. During his reign, he authorised countless attacks on people. His policies made way for the death of not less than 2 million people. He ordered chemical attacks, eye gouging, beatings and severe shocks on people. He also recorded several tortures and deaths to watch them later. Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity and hanged in 2006.

Source: zetaboards
7. Idi Amin (1952-2003)

Idi Amin, who was the Chief of Army Staff, had taken control of Uganda while President Obote had gone to Singapore to attend a meeting. He promised to bring prosperity to Uganda. But a week later, he declared himself President of Uganda. As dictator, he came to be known as the 'Butcher of Uganda'. He killed people by feeding them to crocodiles, claimed he was a cannibal, mutilated one of his wives and rearranged her limbs. He killed and tortured around half a million people between 1971 to 1979 as ruler. He died of natural causes.

Source: documentarytube

8. Ivan the Terrible (1530-1584)

Ivan was the first Tsar of Russia. As a kid, he used to throw animals from the top of tall structures. Though he was intelligent, he had bouts of rage due to mental illness. During one, he even killed his own heir to the throne. He loved impaling, beheading, burning, strangling, frying, blinding and disemboweling people. Even in friends, he saw his enemies. In the Novgorod Massacre, more than 60,000 people were tortured to death. Ivan died while playing chess with his friend.

Source: playbuzz
9. Leopold the IInd of Belgium (1835-1909)

When king, he ruled over the Congo Free state which was approximately 76 times the size of Belgium. He made the entire world believe that he was going to help Congo. But under his regime, between 1885 to 1908, the country was subjected to a reign of terror. Over 500,000 died of diseases and many died of starvation as well. He killed over 10 million Congolese, which was 50% of the population of Congo. All this, just to gain money and more power.

Source: walkingbutterfly
10. Kim Il Sung (1912-1994), Kim Jong-il (1941-2011) and Kim Jong-un (born 1983)

Kim Jong-Sung was the dictator of North Korea from 1948-1972. He started the Korean war, which resulted in the death of 3 million Koreans. People of Korea were forced and brainwashed to idolise him. His son Kim Jong-il continued his legacy after Sung's death and Kim Jong-un is carrying on the same as he is dictator now. Millions have died of famine, starvation and execution and some methods of torture have been barbaric. North Korea has suffered from almost 70 years and still suffering from the wrath and policies of their dictators for the 3rd generation in a row.


Source: nationalpost
11. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989)

Khomeini was responsible for bringing about the 1979 Iranian Revolution. He was the religious leader of Iran from 1979-1989. The Shia laws were made out to be very stringent and those in violation of it were tortured and killed. He refused the offer to make peace with Iraq, which led to the death of around a million people. The Islamic holy war killed over 2 million people. He succumbed to cancer.

Source: mycatbirdseat
12. Nero (37-68)

Nero wreaked havoc in the Roman Empire. He burnt entire cities, murdered thousands of people & every member in his family. People were stabbed, burned, boiled, crucified and impaled. It is believed that he started the great fire that burned Rome but blamed it on Christians, who were then brutally tortured. Nero committed assisted suicide when he knew the rebellion will be lost.

Source: wikipedia
13. Genghis Khan (1162-1227)

Genghis Khan was the emperor of Mongolia from 1206 to 1227. His bloodthirsty nature led to many victories, such as a large part of China, but also the killing of countless people. It is believed that his men, if out of water, would drink blood from their horses. His army killed 15 million people in the Iranian plateau. A total of about 20 to 60 million people died during his reign. How he died still remains a mystery.

Source: biography
14. Mao Zedong (1893-1976)


He was the dictator of China from 1943-1976. Mao had a dream of making China a superpower but in the process, he created the largest genocide in history. Although he has been credited with modernising China and making it a world power, his actions killed around 40 to 70 million people through forced labour, executions and starvation. Mao himself succumbed to illness.

Source: wordpress
15. Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794)

He was the architect of the French Revolution. As a younger leader, he advocated better life for the people of France. But soon, his obsession with guillotining (beheading using a machine with a huge knife blade at the end) began. His reign of terror has been a famous part of history, he killed over 40,000 people within 10 months and believed that killing was always better than forgiving. He ordered an attack on Vendée, killing over 100,000 men. Ironically for him, Robespierre was also guillotined without trial.

Source: history
There are many others as well, who have butchered humanity at a level that is unimaginable. Barring the men mentioned above, people like Osama Bin Laden, Attila the Hun, Talat Pasha & so many others have left nothing but blood on the pages of history. Their legacy is upheld by those who think they were right!




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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by TalkTalkTwins(m): 6:43pm On Jun 13
You people should stop quoting the whole post nah...
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by specimenv(m): 6:57pm On Jun 13
Vatod:
The world has seen tragedy in many forms. Wars, genocides, riots, killings, famines and what not. The real evil however lies within the architects of these inhuman practices. Men who advocated crime to a level no one else could fathom. Their decision wreaked havoc on humanity and all that comes with it.

Here are 15 of the most evil to have ever been born:

1. Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

The chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most intelligent, creative and brutal dictators of them all. He was largely responsible for the holocaust and the second World War. He believed that Jews were the root cause of all problems and set out to eliminate them. His actions resulted in death of over 50 million people. Hitler committed suicide in his bunker on 30th April 1945. Hard to believe that he was once a talented artist and part of a Bohemian community.

1
Source: expeltheparasite
2. Joseph Stalin (1878-1953)

Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin was dictator of the Soviet Union from 1922 till his death in 1953. As a young man, he was a robber and an assassin. For almost 30 years, he reigned with terror and violence in the Soviet Union. His decisions led to a famine that killed millions. Forget enemies, he even killed families of people who were fond of him. Under his rule, more than 1.5 million German women were raped and in all, he easily killed over 20 million people. He once said, "One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is simply a statistic." Ironically, he was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1945 & 1948. He died of a stroke in 1953.


2
Source: wikia
3. Vlad the Impaler (1431-1476/77)

Vlad the Impaler was also known as Vlad Dracula. The character of Dracula was loosely based on Vlad, due to his sadistic personality and cruel acts done to the people of Wallachia, where he reigned as prince three times between 1448 to 1462 and killed about 20% of the population. He impaled the victim through the buttocks till the stake came out of the mouth. A German pamphlet once read: 'He roasted children, whom he fed to their mothers. And (he) cut off the breasts of women, and forced their husbands to eat them. After that, he had them all impaled.'

3
Source: pure-romania
4. Pol Pot (1925-1998)

Pol Pot was the leader of the Cambodian revolutionary group the Khmer Rogue, which had orchestrated the Cambodian genocide. Pol Pot believed in destroying the Cambodian civilisation in order to start a new regime and usher in a new age. He is probably the only man is history who ordered mass genocide on his own country. During his reign as Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979, his policies led to the death of around 2 million people which was 25% of the entire population. He liked to keep the skulls of people he had killed and he went as far as ordering babies to be torn limb by limb. He died of natural causes.

4
Source: bt.dk
5. Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945)


He was head of the SS and the brain behind the Final Solution to the Jewish question, that is extermination of all Jews in Europe. Himmler had ordered the killing of about 6 million Jews, 2 to 5 lac Russians and many other groups that the Nazis believed were unworthy of living. It is believed, not verified, that he had furniture made from the bones and skins of Jewish victims. He committed suicide and is buried at an undisclosed location.

5
Source: osobnost
6. Saddam Hussein (1937-2006)

He was the dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. During his reign, he authorised countless attacks on people. His policies made way for the death of not less than 2 million people. He ordered chemical attacks, eye gouging, beatings and severe shocks on people. He also recorded several tortures and deaths to watch them later. Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity and hanged in 2006.

Source: zetaboards
7. Idi Amin (1952-2003)

Idi Amin, who was the Chief of Army Staff, had taken control of Uganda while President Obote had gone to Singapore to attend a meeting. He promised to bring prosperity to Uganda. But a week later, he declared himself President of Uganda. As dictator, he came to be known as the 'Butcher of Uganda'. He killed people by feeding them to crocodiles, claimed he was a cannibal, mutilated one of his wives and rearranged her limbs. He killed and tortured around half a million people between 1971 to 1979 as ruler. He died of natural causes.

Source: documentarytube

8. Ivan the Terrible (1530-1584)

Ivan was the first Tsar of Russia. As a kid, he used to throw animals from the top of tall structures. Though he was intelligent, he had bouts of rage due to mental illness. During one, he even killed his own heir to the throne. He loved impaling, beheading, burning, strangling, frying, blinding and disemboweling people. Even in friends, he saw his enemies. In the Novgorod Massacre, more than 60,000 people were tortured to death. Ivan died while playing chess with his friend.

Source: playbuzz
9. Leopold the IInd of Belgium (1835-1909)

When king, he ruled over the Congo Free state which was approximately 76 times the size of Belgium. He made the entire world believe that he was going to help Congo. But under his regime, between 1885 to 1908, the country was subjected to a reign of terror. Over 500,000 died of diseases and many died of starvation as well. He killed over 10 million Congolese, which was 50% of the population of Congo. All this, just to gain money and more power.

Source: walkingbutterfly
10. Kim Il Sung (1912-1994), Kim Jong-il (1941-2011) and Kim Jong-un (born 1983)

Kim Jong-Sung was the dictator of North Korea from 1948-1972. He started the Korean war, which resulted in the death of 3 million Koreans. People of Korea were forced and brainwashed to idolise him. His son Kim Jong-il continued his legacy after Sung's death and Kim Jong-un is carrying on the same as he is dictator now. Millions have died of famine, starvation and execution and some methods of torture have been barbaric. North Korea has suffered from almost 70 years and still suffering from the wrath and policies of their dictators for the 3rd generation in a row.


Source: nationalpost
11. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989)

Khomeini was responsible for bringing about the 1979 Iranian Revolution. He was the religious leader of Iran from 1979-1989. The Shia laws were made out to be very stringent and those in violation of it were tortured and killed. He refused the offer to make peace with Iraq, which led to the death of around a million people. The Islamic holy war killed over 2 million people. He succumbed to cancer.

Source: mycatbirdseat
12. Nero (37-68)

Nero wreaked havoc in the Roman Empire. He burnt entire cities, murdered thousands of people & every member in his family. People were stabbed, burned, boiled, crucified and impaled. It is believed that he started the great fire that burned Rome but blamed it on Christians, who were then brutally tortured. Nero committed assisted suicide when he knew the rebellion will be lost.

Source: wikipedia
13. Genghis Khan (1162-1227)

Genghis Khan was the emperor of Mongolia from 1206 to 1227. His bloodthirsty nature led to many victories, such as a large part of China, but also the killing of countless people. It is believed that his men, if out of water, would drink blood from their horses. His army killed 15 million people in the Iranian plateau. A total of about 20 to 60 million people died during his reign. How he died still remains a mystery.

Source: biography
14. Mao Zedong (1893-1976)


He was the dictator of China from 1943-1976. Mao had a dream of making China a superpower but in the process, he created the largest genocide in history. Although he has been credited with modernising China and making it a world power, his actions killed around 40 to 70 million people through forced labour, executions and starvation. Mao himself succumbed to illness.

Source: wordpress
15. Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794)

He was the architect of the French Revolution. As a younger leader, he advocated better life for the people of France. But soon, his obsession with guillotining (beheading using a machine with a huge knife blade at the end) began. His reign of terror has been a famous part of history, he killed over 40,000 people within 10 months and believed that killing was always better than forgiving. He ordered an attack on Vendée, killing over 100,000 men. Ironically for him, Robespierre was also guillotined without trial.

Source: history
There are many others as well, who have butchered humanity at a level that is unimaginable. Barring the men mentioned above, people like Osama Bin Laden, Attila the Hun, Talat Pasha & so many others have left nothing but blood on the pages of history. Their legacy is upheld by those who think they were right!




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Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Mastakija(m): 7:03pm On Jun 13
I know some ppl here will mention buhari
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by IJOBA11: 7:08pm On Jun 13
BuyAndSellStuff:
Nonsense.
The West always trying to paint anyone that gave them hell in bad light.

How is Stalin that saved the Soviet Union from extermination an evil man? Did they not know that lives are usually sacrificed for freedom?


Why is Queen Elizabeth's mother, Victoria, who was responsible for murdering, torturing and enslaving millions of Africans worldwide in the most inhumane conditions ever recorded not on the list?

Where is George Bush & Clinton that were responsible for murdering millions of Arabs in the Middle East over oil?

Where is Winston Churchill that carpet bombed millions of civilians in Germany despite knowing the bombings made little or no difference to the war then. He cowardly avoided German industries & gleefully bombed innocent civilians for fun.

Where is Truman who sanctioned the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings? Brutally eliminating civilians in their homes without warning instead of bombing military positions.



Where are these people??
AND YOU FORGOT TO INCLUDE JIHADI MOHOMODU BULLHARY
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Bunmhi(f): 7:11pm On Jun 13
16 and not 15, you omitted 1 embarassed
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by McStoic(m): 7:14pm On Jun 13
Vatod:
The world has seen tragedy in many forms. Wars, genocides, riots, killings, famines and what not. The real evil however lies within the architects of these inhuman practices. Men who advocated crime to a level no one else could fathom. Their decision wreaked havoc on humanity and all that comes with it.

Here are 15 of the most evil to have ever been born:

1. Adolf Hitler (1889-1945)

The chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945 and Führer of the Nazi Party, Adolf Hitler was perhaps the most intelligent, creative and brutal dictators of them all. He was largely responsible for the holocaust and the second World War. He believed that Jews were the root cause of all problems and set out to eliminate them. His actions resulted in death of over 50 million people. Hitler committed suicide in his bunker on 30th April 1945. Hard to believe that he was once a talented artist and part of a Bohemian community.

1
Source: expeltheparasite
2. Joseph Stalin (1878-1953)

Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin was dictator of the Soviet Union from 1922 till his death in 1953. As a young man, he was a robber and an assassin. For almost 30 years, he reigned with terror and violence in the Soviet Union. His decisions led to a famine that killed millions. Forget enemies, he even killed families of people who were fond of him. Under his rule, more than 1.5 million German women were raped and in all, he easily killed over 20 million people. He once said, "One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is simply a statistic." Ironically, he was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize in 1945 & 1948. He died of a stroke in 1953.


2
Source: wikia
3. Vlad the Impaler (1431-1476/77)

Vlad the Impaler was also known as Vlad Dracula. The character of Dracula was loosely based on Vlad, due to his sadistic personality and cruel acts done to the people of Wallachia, where he reigned as prince three times between 1448 to 1462 and killed about 20% of the population. He impaled the victim through the buttocks till the stake came out of the mouth. A German pamphlet once read: 'He roasted children, whom he fed to their mothers. And (he) cut off the breasts of women, and forced their husbands to eat them. After that, he had them all impaled.'

3
Source: pure-romania
4. Pol Pot (1925-1998)

Pol Pot was the leader of the Cambodian revolutionary group the Khmer Rogue, which had orchestrated the Cambodian genocide. Pol Pot believed in destroying the Cambodian civilisation in order to start a new regime and usher in a new age. He is probably the only man is history who ordered mass genocide on his own country. During his reign as Prime Minister from 1976 to 1979, his policies led to the death of around 2 million people which was 25% of the entire population. He liked to keep the skulls of people he had killed and he went as far as ordering babies to be torn limb by limb. He died of natural causes.

4
Source: bt.dk
5. Heinrich Himmler (1900-1945)


He was head of the SS and the brain behind the Final Solution to the Jewish question, that is extermination of all Jews in Europe. Himmler had ordered the killing of about 6 million Jews, 2 to 5 lac Russians and many other groups that the Nazis believed were unworthy of living. It is believed, not verified, that he had furniture made from the bones and skins of Jewish victims. He committed suicide and is buried at an undisclosed location.

5
Source: osobnost
6. Saddam Hussein (1937-2006)

He was the dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. During his reign, he authorised countless attacks on people. His policies made way for the death of not less than 2 million people. He ordered chemical attacks, eye gouging, beatings and severe shocks on people. He also recorded several tortures and deaths to watch them later. Saddam was found guilty of crimes against humanity and hanged in 2006.

Source: zetaboards
7. Idi Amin (1952-2003)

Idi Amin, who was the Chief of Army Staff, had taken control of Uganda while President Obote had gone to Singapore to attend a meeting. He promised to bring prosperity to Uganda. But a week later, he declared himself President of Uganda. As dictator, he came to be known as the 'Butcher of Uganda'. He killed people by feeding them to crocodiles, claimed he was a cannibal, mutilated one of his wives and rearranged her limbs. He killed and tortured around half a million people between 1971 to 1979 as ruler. He died of natural causes.

Source: documentarytube

8. Ivan the Terrible (1530-1584)

Ivan was the first Tsar of Russia. As a kid, he used to throw animals from the top of tall structures. Though he was intelligent, he had bouts of rage due to mental illness. During one, he even killed his own heir to the throne. He loved impaling, beheading, burning, strangling, frying, blinding and disemboweling people. Even in friends, he saw his enemies. In the Novgorod Massacre, more than 60,000 people were tortured to death. Ivan died while playing chess with his friend.

Source: playbuzz
9. Leopold the IInd of Belgium (1835-1909)

When king, he ruled over the Congo Free state which was approximately 76 times the size of Belgium. He made the entire world believe that he was going to help Congo. But under his regime, between 1885 to 1908, the country was subjected to a reign of terror. Over 500,000 died of diseases and many died of starvation as well. He killed over 10 million Congolese, which was 50% of the population of Congo. All this, just to gain money and more power.

Source: walkingbutterfly
10. Kim Il Sung (1912-1994), Kim Jong-il (1941-2011) and Kim Jong-un (born 1983)

Kim Jong-Sung was the dictator of North Korea from 1948-1972. He started the Korean war, which resulted in the death of 3 million Koreans. People of Korea were forced and brainwashed to idolise him. His son Kim Jong-il continued his legacy after Sung's death and Kim Jong-un is carrying on the same as he is dictator now. Millions have died of famine, starvation and execution and some methods of torture have been barbaric. North Korea has suffered from almost 70 years and still suffering from the wrath and policies of their dictators for the 3rd generation in a row.


Source: nationalpost
11. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989)

Khomeini was responsible for bringing about the 1979 Iranian Revolution. He was the religious leader of Iran from 1979-1989. The Shia laws were made out to be very stringent and those in violation of it were tortured and killed. He refused the offer to make peace with Iraq, which led to the death of around a million people. The Islamic holy war killed over 2 million people. He succumbed to cancer.

Source: mycatbirdseat
12. Nero (37-68)

Nero wreaked havoc in the Roman Empire. He burnt entire cities, murdered thousands of people & every member in his family. People were stabbed, burned, boiled, crucified and impaled. It is believed that he started the great fire that burned Rome but blamed it on Christians, who were then brutally tortured. Nero committed assisted suicide when he knew the rebellion will be lost.

Source: wikipedia
13. Genghis Khan (1162-1227)

Genghis Khan was the emperor of Mongolia from 1206 to 1227. His bloodthirsty nature led to many victories, such as a large part of China, but also the killing of countless people. It is believed that his men, if out of water, would drink blood from their horses. His army killed 15 million people in the Iranian plateau. A total of about 20 to 60 million people died during his reign. How he died still remains a mystery.

Source: biography
14. Mao Zedong (1893-1976)


He was the dictator of China from 1943-1976. Mao had a dream of making China a superpower but in the process, he created the largest genocide in history. Although he has been credited with modernising China and making it a world power, his actions killed around 40 to 70 million people through forced labour, executions and starvation. Mao himself succumbed to illness.

Source: wordpress
15. Maximilien Robespierre (1758-1794)

He was the architect of the French Revolution. As a younger leader, he advocated better life for the people of France. But soon, his obsession with guillotining (beheading using a machine with a huge knife blade at the end) began. His reign of terror has been a famous part of history, he killed over 40,000 people within 10 months and believed that killing was always better than forgiving. He ordered an attack on Vendée, killing over 100,000 men. Ironically for him, Robespierre was also guillotined without trial.

Source: history
There are many others as well, who have butchered humanity at a level that is unimaginable. Barring the men mentioned above, people like Osama Bin Laden, Attila the Hun, Talat Pasha & so many others have left nothing but blood on the pages of history. Their legacy is upheld by those who think they were right!




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Ayatollah Khomeini! Seems that's a title cos even the present Iran spiritual leader also goes by the same name. Ivan The Terrible kinda fascinates me though
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by Hintona(f): 7:19pm On Jun 13
Genghis Khan was not evil.
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by willybaby(m): 7:45pm On Jun 13
BuyAndSellStuff:
Nonsense.
The West always trying to paint anyone that gave them hell in bad light.

How is Stalin that saved the Soviet Union from extermination an evil man? Did they not know that lives are usually sacrificed for freedom?


Why is Queen Elizabeth's mother, Victoria, who was responsible for murdering, torturing and enslaving millions of Africans worldwide in the most inhumane conditions ever recorded not on the list?

Where is George Bush & Clinton that were responsible for murdering millions of Arabs in the Middle East over oil?

Where is Winston Churchill that carpet bombed millions of civilians in Germany despite knowing the bombings made little or no difference to the war then. He cowardly avoided German industries & gleefully bombed innocent civilians for fun.

Where is Truman who sanctioned the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings? Brutally eliminating civilians in their homes without warning instead of bombing military positions.



Where are these people??
God bless you, I was about to point out all these, the hypocrisy of the west before I came across your post. To all those saying Buhari, may you grow self worth..
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by khadaffi(m): 8:15pm On Jun 13
Personally I don't think Saddam Hussein should be on such list. If he is here then some past American president deserves to also be in the list. It was a president (Harry Truman?) that ordered the use of atomic bombs in Japan and we know the result of that. I'm not saying Hussein is a good man but to say he is one of the most evil people the world have seen is going too far.

Meanwhile there was a book I was reading sometime ago, authored by one American organization where they also listed the most evil African leaders. I was surprised to see Abacha on the list. I'm not saying these men are good but these titles are kind of going too far.
Re: The Most Evil Men The World Has Ever Seen by khadaffi(m): 8:27pm On Jun 13
BuyAndSellStuff:
Nonsense.
The West always trying to paint anyone that gave them hell in bad light.

How is Stalin that saved the Soviet Union from extermination an evil man? Did they not know that lives are usually sacrificed for freedom?


Why is Queen Elizabeth's mother, Victoria, who was responsible for murdering, torturing and enslaving millions of Africans worldwide in the most inhumane conditions ever recorded not on the list?

Where is George Bush & Clinton that were responsible for murdering millions of Arabs in the Middle East over oil?

Where is Winston Churchill that carpet bombed millions of civilians in Germany despite knowing the bombings made little or no difference to the war then. He cowardly avoided German industries & gleefully bombed innocent civilians for fun.

Where is Truman who sanctioned the Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombings? Brutally eliminating civilians in their homes without warning instead of bombing military positions.



Where are these people??

Baba God bless you there. I had already given my post before realizing you had already said something similar. That was how they were also calling Abacha the most evil dictator in Africa, can you beat that?

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