A person who participates in threatening behaviour is described as evil.
Some say they’re morally reprehensible, ill, perverted, or nasty, yet those terms are difficult to describe.
To one person, immorality is normality. When you encounter a terrible person, no amount of question terminology can change your definition.
To know who are here are the top 10 most evil people in history:
10. Ruhollah Khomeini
Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, established many harsh precedents in Iran.
Khomeini was the driving force behind the Iranian Revolution of 1979. From 1979 to 1989, he was Iran’s religious leader.
The Shia laws were portrayed as extremely strict, and anyone who disobeyed them was tortured and executed. He turned down a chance to make peace with Iraq, resulting in the deaths of approximately a million people.
Over 2 million individuals were slaughtered in the Islamic holy war. He died because of cancer.
Many of his ostensible ideas are still practised today, and one academic claims that adhering to Khomeini’s ideology has been the litmus test for all political engagement in Iran for the past 42 years.
Even though he died only ten years after establishing his totalitarian reign, one can conclude that the 42 years of murder, destruction, and oppression were part of his legacy.
9. Kim family
Kim Jong-Sung was North Korea’s dictator from 1948 to 1972.
He was the one who initiated the Korean War, which claimed the lives of 3 million Koreans.
Koreans were coerced and brainwashed into idolising him. After Sung’s death, his son Kim Jong-il carried on his legacy, and Kim Jong-un is doing the same now that he is a dictator.
Famine, starvation, and execution have killed millions of people, and specific torture tactics have been cruel.
For the third generation in succession, North Korea has suffered under the anger and policies of its tyrants for nearly 70 years.
8. Idi Amin
Nelson Mandela isn’t the only former African leader who spent a lot of time in the ring when he was younger.
For over eight years, a 6-foot-4-inch, 270-pound man Idi Amin was the country’s heavyweight boxing champion.
While President Obote was in Singapore for a meeting, Idi Amin, Uganda’s Chief of Army Staff, took control of the country.
He vowed to bring Uganda wealth. However, he declared himself President of Uganda a week later.
As a ruler, he earned the moniker “Butcher of Uganda.”
He murdered individuals by feeding them to crocodiles, pretending to be a cannibal, and mangled one of his wives’ limbs.
Between 1971 and 1979, he ruled over a half-million people, killing and torturing them. He died of natural causes.
7. Mao Zedong
Mao Zedong was China’s dictator from 1943 until 1976.
Mao aspired to make China a superpower, but he perpetrated the world’s biggest genocide in the process.
Even though he is credited with modernizing China and transforming it into a global power, his activities murdered between 40 and 70 million people through forced labour, executions, and hunger.
Mao died as a result of illness.
6. Vlad the Impaler
Vlad Dracula was another name for Vlad the Impaler.
Because of his sadistic attitude and harsh crimes against the people of Wallachia, where he reigned as prince three times between 1448 and 1462 and killed almost 20% of the population, Dracula was loosely based on Vlad.
He stabbed the victim in the buttocks till the stake protruded from the victim’s mouth.
According to a German leaflet, ‘He roasted children, whom he fed to their moms.
He also had women’s breasts cut off and forced their husbands to eat them. He impaled them all after that.’
5. Shirō Ishii
During the Second Sino-Japanese War, Ishii was a microbiologist and the lieutenant-general of Force 731, an Imperial Japanese Army biological warfare unit.
Vivisection of the living people (including pregnant women impregnated by the doctors), prisoners were having limbs amputated and reattached to other parts of their bodies.
Some prisoners having parts of their bodies frozen and thawed to study the resulting untreated gangrene are just a few of the many atrocities committed by Ishii and others under his command in Unit 731.
Humans were also employed as live grenade and flame thrower test subjects.
Inmates were given illness inoculations disguised as vaccinations to examine their effects.
Male and female convicts were intentionally infected with syphilis and gonorrhoea via rape and then researched how untreated venereal illnesses affect them.
These were just some of the brutal acts done by him.
Ishii never served time in prison for his crimes after being awarded amnesty by the American Occupation Authorities at the end of the war.
Shiro Ishii died of throat cancer at the age of 67.
4. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State’s clever and enigmatic black-clad commander, turned a fading insurgency into a global terrorist network attracting tens of thousands of recruits from over 100 nations.
Al-Baghdadi was the world’s most sought terrorist commander, with the US government offering a $25 million reward for his capture.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi was responsible for the deaths of thousands of individuals worldwide, including some of the most brutal attacks.
In San Bernardino, California, a shooting occurred at a workplace party, an attack on a German Christmas market.
And On Bastille Day, a truck assault occurred in Nice, France.
He became one of the most terrible villains in history after suicide bombings at churches on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka.
3. Pol Pot
Pol Pot was the leader of the Khmer Rouge, a Cambodian communist force that orchestrated the genocide.
Pol Pot felt he could establish a new regime and usher in a new era by destroying Cambodian civilisation.
He is most likely the only man in history to order mass genocide on his own people.
During his tenure as Prime Minister, from 1976 to 1979, his actions resulted in around 2 million deaths (a quarter of the population).
He kept the skulls of everyone he killed, and he even ordered babies to be torn apart limb by limb.
He died as a result of natural causes.
When it comes to the most terrible individual in history, the name of Hitler is unmistakable.
Adolf Hitler, Germany’s chancellor from 1933 to 1945 and the Führer of the Nazi Party, was one of the most intellectual, innovative, and violent dictators of all time.
He was mostly to blame for the Holocaust and World War II. He was convinced that Jews were the source of all ills, and he set out to eradicate them.
Over 50 million people died as a result of his acts. On April 30, 1945, Hitler committed suicide.
It’s hard to think he used to be a skilled artist and a member of Bohemian culture.
1. Joseph Stalin
From 1922 to 1953, Iosif Vissarionovich Stalin was the ruler of the Soviet Union.
He was a robber and an assassin when he was younger.
He ruled the Soviet Union with terror and violence for 30 years.
His actions resulted in a famine that killed millions of people. He killed opponents, but he also killed the families of individuals who admired him.
Over 1.5 million German women were raped during his reign, and he quickly killed over 20 million people. “One death is a tragedy; a million deaths is simply a statistic,” he once said.
In 1953, he died of a stroke.