Top Mass Murderers in History

16 – Harry S. Truman (1945)
On 25 July President Truman authorises the use of atomic bombs against the Japanese. The order to use the bomb states that the “Air Force will deliver its first special bomb as soon as weather will permit visual bombing after about 3 August 1945 on one of the targets: Hiroshima, Kokura, Niigata and Nagasaki. … Additional bombs will be delivered on the above targets as soon as made ready by the project staff. Further instructions will be issued concerning targets other than those listed above.”

The first bomb is dropped on Hiroshima on 6 August. A second bomb is dropped on Nagasaki on 9 August. The bombs kill about 120,000 people outright and fatally injure over 100,000 more. Japanese Emperor Hirohito surrenders unconditionally on 14 August 1945, ending the Second World War.

15 – Genghis Khan (1206-1227)
Genghis Khan’s waging of war was characterized by wholesale destruction on unprecedented scale and radically changed the demographic situation in Asia. According to the works of Iranian historian Rashid-ad-Din Fadl Allah, Mongols massacred over 700,000 people in Merv and more than a million in Nishapur. China suffered a drastic decline in population as a direct result of the Khan: before the Mongol invasion, China had about 100 million inhabitants; after the complete conquest, 1279, the census in 1300 showed it to have roughly 60 million people. This does not, of course, mean that Genghis Khan’s men were directly responsible for the deaths of 40 million people, but it does give a sense of the ferocity of the onslaught.

14 – Benito Mussolini (Ethiopia, 1936; Yugoslavia, WWII)
Over 400,000 Italians killed during the Second World War. At least 30,000 Ethiopians killed during Italian occupation of Ethiopia.

13 – Idi Amin (Uganda, 1969-1979)
To secure his regime Amin launches a campaign of persecution against rival tribes and Obote supporters, murdering between 100,000 and 500,000 (most sources say 300,000). Among those to die are ordinary citizens, former and serving Cabinet ministers, the chief justice, Supreme Court judges, diplomats, academics, educators, prominent Roman Catholic and Anglican clergy, senior bureaucrats, medical practitioners, bankers, tribal leaders, business executives, journalists and a number of foreigners. In some cases entire villages are wiped out. So many corpses are thrown into the Nile that workers at one location have to continuously fish them out to stop the intake ducts at a nearby dam from becoming clogged.

12 – Saddam Hussein (Iran 1980-1990 and Kurdistan 1987-88)
Approaching two million, including between 150,000 and 340,000 Iraqi and between 450,000 and 730,000 Iranian combatants killed during the Iran-Iraq War. An estimated 1,000 Kuwaiti nationals killed following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. No conclusive figures for the number of Iraqis killed during the Gulf War, with estimates varying from as few as 1,500 to as many as 200,000. Over 100,000 Kurds killed or “disappeared”. No reliable figures for the number of Iraqi dissidents and Shia Muslims killed during Hussein’s reign, though estimates put the figure between 60,000 and 150,000. (Mass graves discovered following the US occupation of Iraq in 2003 suggest that the total combined figure for Kurds, Shias and dissidents killed could be as high as 300,000). Approximately 500,000 Iraqi children dead because of international trade sanctions introduced following the Gulf War.

11- Suharto (East Timor, West Papua, Communists, 1966-98)
Up to two million killed following an alleged coup attempt in 1965 (most reports estimate the number at around 500,000). The killings have been on such a scale that the disposal of the corpses has created a serious sanitation problem in East Java and northern Sumatra, where the humid air bears the reek of decaying flesh. Travellers from those areas tell of small rivers and streams that have been literally clogged with bodies. Over 250,000 deaths following the invasion of East Timor in 1975. Thousands more killed in various Indonesian provinces.

10 – Jean Kambanda (Rwanda, 1994)
The Rwandan Genocide was the 1994 mass killing of hundreds of thousands of Rwanda’s minority Tutsis and the moderates of its Hutu majority. Over the course of approximately 100 days, from the assassination of Juvénal Habyarimana on April 6th through to mid July, at least 500,000 people were killed. Most estimates are of a death toll between 800,000 and 1,000,000. Jean Kambanda (born October 19, 1955) was the Prime Minister in the caretaker government of Rwanda from the start of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. Jean Kambanda was the Prime Minister in the caretaker government of Rwanda from the start of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide.

9 – Leonid Brezhnev (Afghanistan, 1979-1982)
Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev was General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (and thus political leader of the USSR) during The Soviet war in Afghanistan, also known as the Soviet-Afghan War or just the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan. Over 1 million Afghans were killed. 5 million Afghans fled to Pakistan and Iran, 1/3 of the prewar population of the country. Another 2 million Afghans were displaced within the country. In the 1980s, one out of two refugees in the world was an Afghan. Along with fatalities were 1.2 million Afghans disabled (mujahideen, government soldiers and noncombatants) and 3 million maimed or wounded (primarily noncombatants).

8 – Menghistu (Ethiopia, 1974-91)
From 1974 to 1991, Mengistu’s “Dergue” regime was responsible for human rights violations on a massive scale. Tens of thousands of Ethiopians were tortured, murdered or “disappeared.” Tens of thousands of people were also killed as a result of humanitarian law violations committed during Ethiopia’s many internal armed conflicts. Many others, perhaps more than 100,000, died as a result of forced relocations ordered by the Mengistu regime. Some experts believe hundreds of thousands of university students, intellectuals and politicians (including Emperor Haile Selassie) were killed during Mengistu’s rule. These violations are documented in Human Rights Watch’s 1991 book- length report Evil Days: 30 Years of War and Famine in Ethiopia.

7 – Kim Il Sung (North Korea, 1948-94)
About three million killed in the Korean War. Between 600,000 and one million North Koreans needlessly starved to death due to the economic legacy of Kim’s regime. (Some reports claim that as many as three million starved.)

6 – Pol Pot (Cambodia, 1975-79)

Pol Pot declares ‘Year Zero’ and directs a ruthless program to “purify” Cambodian society of capitalism, Western culture, religion and all foreign influences in favour of an isolated and totally self-sufficient Maoist agrarian state. No opposition is tolerated. Towns and cities are emptied and their former inhabitants are deemed “April 17th people” or “new people”. The country’s entire population is forced to relocate to agricultural collectives, the so-called “killing fields”. An estimated 1.5 million are worked or starved to death, die of disease or exposure, or are summarily executed for infringements of camp discipline. Infringements punishable by death include not working hard enough, complaining about living conditions, collecting or stealing food for personal consumption, wearing jewellery, engaging in sexual relations, grieving over the loss of relatives or friends and expressing religious sentiments.

5 – Hideki Tojo (Japan, 1941-44)

Tojo is often considered responsible for the murder of more than 8 million civilians in China, Korea, Philippines, Indochina, and in the other Pacific island nations, as well as the murder of tens of thousands of Allied POWs and for the approval of government-sanctioned biological experiments on POWs and Chinese civilians . There is some controversy over the extent of his responsibility, as he often claimed to be working on the orders of Emperor Hirohito, who was granted immunity from war crimes prosecution. As a result, some believe that Tojo and many other convicted war criminals ultimately became martyrs for the Emperor.

4 – Adolf Hitler (Germany, 1939-1945)

Adolf Hitler (20 April 1889 – 30 April 1945) was an Austrian-born politician who led the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei NSDAP), the Nazi Party. He was Chancellor of Germany (1933–1945) and Führer und Reichskanzler of Germany (1934–1945). Hitler’s bid for territorial conquest and racial subjugation caused the deaths of 43 million people, including the systematic genocide of an estimated six million Jews as well as various additional “undesirable” populations in what is known as the Holocaust.

3 – Yahweh (biblical God)

Every living, breathing creature on Earth except for 6 people (Noah and his Family) This is the only mass murderer in history for whose crimes it’s easier to count the people who lived than the ones who were murdered.

There was a time when God fought mightily for Israel destroying entire nations:

* 7th Egyptian Plague
* God kills every Egyptian firstborn child
* God drowns Egyptian army
* God and Moses help Joshua kill the Amalekites
* Massacre of the Aradites
* Massacre of the Bashanites
* The slaughter of the Anakim, the childen of Esau, and the Horim
* Massacre of Heshbon’s people
* Massacre of the Bashan
* Massacre of Jericho
* Massacre of Ai
* Massacre of Amorites
* Massacre of 7 cities
* Massacre of Hazorites
* Massacre of the Anakim
* Canaanites and Perizzites
* Massacre of Moabites
* Massacre of Ammonites
* The Lord smote Benjamin
* Massacre of Philistines
* God delivers the Syrians into the Israelites’ hands
* Massacre of Sleeping Assyrian soldiers
* Massacre of the Ethiopians

2 – Joseph Stalin (USSR, 1934-39)

Approximately 20 million, including up to 14.5 million needlessly starved to death. At least one million executed for political “offences”. At least 9.5 million more deported, exiled or imprisoned in work camps, with many of the estimated five million sent to the ‘Gulag Archipelago’ never returning alive. Other estimates place the number of deported at 28 million, including 18 million sent to the ‘Gulag’.

1 – Mao Ze-Dong (China, 1958-61 and 1966-69)

Mao Zedong was the leader of the Chinese Communist Party from 1935 until his death in 1976. Chairman Mao, as he became known to generations of admiring Western leftists, is arguably the greatest mass murderer in history, eclipsing even the murderous Joseph Stalin in this regard. Some 70 million Chinese, along with countless Tibetans, Mongolians, Manchus, Koreans, Hmong, Uyghurs, and other nationalities, perished at his hands during his long and brutal reign.


40 Responses to “Top Mass Murderers in History”
  1. zeb says:

    How dare you compare President Truman to the others on this list, you ignorant bastard.

  2. anonimo says:

    nice list. but it lost all its value when you left out every single american president.

  3. Mike says:

    Number 3 is bullsh*t because all that stuff is just fairy tales.

  4. digart says:

    Harry Truman saved my father’s and many others lives. If it were not for his decision, Japan would have been invaded and the cost of Japanese and American lives. The military leadership of Japan refused to surrender after firebombing, dropping first bomb on Hiroshima and almost did not surrender after second bomb. Only Emperor Hirihito making a radio address that led to the surrender saved the Japanese people with more death and destruction. Any one who says Harry Truman is a mass murderer needs to examine the Japanese actions in Korea and China. Reap the whirl wind!

  5. katdo says:

    This has got to be one of the stupidest lists I’ve ever seen. You should have included Policemen, they kill people every night in this world (sarcasm). To include Truman, God and a doctored photo of Hussein (not even a good job) to include Bush shows your bias. Maybe it’s because I’m getting old now, but these obvious one sided articles are just idiotic. This is why the internet sucks.

  6. Hoiyo says:

    What about King Leopold II of Belgium?

  7. Jim says:

    You could have included abortion doctors! They kill more people then everyone else.

  8. me says:

    Really? If your even going to include God which many people will simply dismiss as not real, shouldn’t He be first on the list? Though sort ridiculous a deity is counted on a list of mortals anyway. why not include the Greek gods who went through multiple generation of humans wiping them out each time until they settled on the current Greeks, Supposedly.

  9. really rapping says:

    I’m not sure what your ideology is, but it is clearly misguided. I not for the atomic bomb millions more would’ve perished in an invasion of Japan. (digart and I think alike) Yahweh? really? Did you know that those are just stories meant to illustrate the Jews as the chosen people of God. In an era when might and importance were emphasized by military conquest, a history about the glory of certain peoples through God is bound to include reference to conquests in the His name. I bet you didn’t think about it this much though… You probably thought it would be cool to name Yahweh as a murderer. Do yourself a favor and think before you write something down.

    Also, that picture of Saddam and Bush is borderline retarded. It speaks volumes about the author.

  10. Scott says:

    @ Zeb….the numbers are accurate, and Truman ordered the bombing, so suck it up….Truman was directly responsible for the deaths of about a quarter million people.

    As far as Policemen and Abortionists are concerned, Please….more often than not, a killing by a cop is righteous, sure there are notable exceptions, but the majority are clean kills….and I’m so tired of the “abortion is murder” bull, I wont even go there. Try being pregnant, homeless and helpless for a while….then make your comment.
    And GOD!!!! don’t get me started. Organized religion has killed more people than cancer. Most wars and terrorist attacks, when you get right down to it, are based on religion. God, Allah, Mohamed, or whatever name you want to use for your particular deity of choice, you could just as easily substitute “Killer”
    @ Katdo…..the internet is for informational purposes only… if it “sucks” so much, why are you even using it for anything other than email, chat and porn? Everyone is entitled to an opinion, it’s just that, like yours, most peoples’ opinions are wrong, or stupid, or both.
    Cheers 😉

  11. Adnan al-Tikriti says:

    Harry Truman was a homicidal maniac.
    The United States is still the only nation
    to have used a nuclear weapon in war.

    George W Bush and his idiot father are
    sociopathic psychopaths who ought to
    be on trial.

  12. Joe Bonham says:

    Wow, I am so disappointed by all of this weak commentary.

    Each one of you criticizing this post is a whiny little bitch that thinks they know the mass murders of the world that much better. Some of you are very good at contradicting your own opinion in the same statement, which is pretty embarrassing. Even if you have a better idea for the top ten mass murders of the world, why the fuck does it matter? That’s just it. It doesn’t matter.

    There are hundreds of people on this Earth that kill people every single day in massive proportions, and instead of reading this post and accepting its informative gesture, you decide you’re going to open your gigantic cyber mouth (how pathetic) and criticize the message they are trying to convey. Of course policemen have killed people. Of course religion has caused wars that have an undefined casualty count. Of course there are biblical gods/characters that probably never existed and are declared mass murderers anyway. Of course this post is biased against Bush. But ask yourself this, because I already have myself: why the fuck am I bitching about a top ten list just because my opinions and beliefs are different than the postert? I like to consider that a self-reflecting question and if there is anything in this world that people lack, it is the ability to step back and analyze their own actions/behaviors/opinions.

    I will say right now that I am not perfectly educated in the mass murders of the world. I also do not agree that this post is to the point on the worst killers in human history. I also assume each person that reads this article will see the message in a different way.

    I look at this as an informative gesture, biased as it may be. It is informing you and I about those people out there that killed immeasurable amounts of people. I also believe that it is telling you just how fucked up these peoples’ decisions are. But finally, and most importantly, this informs me of people out on this planet that are willing to wipe out a massive amount of innocent civilians, simply because of what they believe.

    If it were not for “stupid” posts like this, or “stupid” books criticizing the reigns of all these leaders (including Truman and Bush), would these people be remembered/discussed by more than those that were personally affected by them? I believe that people would not, and that these people would be lost in the pages of history books.

  13. Ian says:

    Without references to where you got your “information” from, this list is completely worthless.

  14. zeb says:

    Dear Scott….
    If a police office killing in self defense is a clean kill (I agree), than why is a response to an attack on our country which ended a war murder? Pearl Harbor wasn’t Truman’s idea. He didn’t start the fight, he ended it. That’s exactly what a police officer does when he opens fire.

    Your point is like trying to support partial birth abortion and then making the claim that the death penalty is wrong.

  15. Joe says:

    I only wish the author of this was alive during the days of Noah … should’ve been one of the uncountable statistics.

  16. Historian says:

    Curious why you added the fake ass picture of Bush giving Saddam a medal? Come on now. Clearly fake. Clearly a bias there.

    People like Adnan are why you have people on this list. They ignore all the other killers and blame the one superpower today, how ever if they were in the same position, they would be saying the exact opposite.

    The true face of hypocrisy shown here.

  17. Brando says:

    Yahweh (biblical God)
    3rd? yeah some people call it fairy tales and don’t belive in God, but more people have killed in his name than any two you have on this list.
    As Truman goes he still droped the bomb and also had the worst approval untill bush
    without references search the info for yourself, trust no one and research for yourself you might learn something new.

  18. Truth says:


    “That’s exactly what a police officer does when he opens fire”

    Trying to compare nuking the Christ outta Hiroshima and Nagasaki with a police officer exercising self defense has to be easily the most ridiculous argument I’ve heard for defending the use of atomic weaponry.

    Most cops (notice how I didn’t say all) exercise or are at least taught to exercise reasonable force, they don’t retaliate with a friggin’ grenade launcher.

    And I don’t care who you are, or what side of the war you fought on, dropping nuclear weapons on civilians is in no way reasonable force. It’s flat out murder.

  19. joey joe joe says:

    actually zeb, youre way off on pearly harbor. however, i will give credit where credit is due. pearl harbor wasn’t “truman’s idea”. after all, he was only a senator at time.

    however, you imply in your argument that the attack on the us by japan was unprovoked. in fact, fdr did everything in his power to provoke a japanese attack on the us. he wanted desperately to enter the war, but the american public was strongly against it (if memory serves me, the last public opinion poll before pearly harbor had 83% against entering the war).

    read about the mccullah memo. page 5 is especially telling.

  20. joey joe joe says:

    my bad, it is page 4 that is most telling.

  21. Homeless Land Insecurity says:

    Do you have any idea why they are building FEMA concentration camps all over the United States?, research it on the internet, you’ll find photos of them.
    Fact: Many dictators got rid of all the people’s guns before they got rid of the people, Study Hitler, Stalin and others.
    Did you know that “The New World Order is real” and George Herbert Walker Bush mentioned that this is a “big idea” back in the early 90’s?, there’s a video that shows this.
    Have you ever watched any of the Alex Jones videos? such as ” The End Game” (The Blueprint For Global Enslavement), or “Dark Secrets of the Bohemian Grove”?.

    Have you studied what fluoride really does? or have you seen some of the 911 videos?.
    Do you know about jekyll island in 1913?.
    Do you know that America is run by the criminal elite international banksters and power brokers?, our presidential candidates are just puppets for them.

    Hey I’m not some conspiracy nut blowing smoke, if anyone is too intellectually lazy to look up some of these topics themselves then they can never know what has been hidden from them, after that they can try and decide what some of these so called conspiracy nuts are trying to tell them because the sanitized alphabet news channels aren’t going to tell them.

    If at that point they still don’t believe what the conspiracy nuts are saying, let them just laugh and pretend that there’s nothing going on around them, they can pour themselves a drink and continue to live in a fools paradise until they find out the hard way as they say to us “how come you knew something but you didn’t tell us?”

  22. Tufty says:

    Does anyone really care?

  23. Kellyg says:

    Truman was a mass-murderer. Simple as that; many people died, but he had to do it. No one should condemn him for his action.

  24. Erik says:

    I think that the people who are hating on the inclusion of Truman in this list are really missing the point. Regardless of whether or not the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki ended up saving lives in the long run, it’s impossible to deny that Truman gave the go-ahead for the mass murder of a civilian population. Say what you will about the actions of the Japanese government or army, but you can never justify the brutal slaying of hundreds of thousands of innocent civillians.

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  27. carl says:

    i think the list is just informative… if we are getting emotional about it..then make your own rules about the justification then your own list..

  28. craig says:

    The list was pretty good until you added Truman and God then you showed yourself to be an idiot!

  29. Chris says:

    The decision that Truman made did in fact lead to the deaths of over 100 000 people, the author was completely correct in adding his name to this list, no matter what reason Truman had in doing this.

  30. Neo says:

    What about all the GOOD things Hitler did????

  31. BiLe says:

    I just love everyone whos bashing the author. You idiots make me laugh and this is why I love the net as I get to see so many dumbass comments. This is the author’s list, its his opinion. Don’t like it? then make your own. It doesn’t matter if Truman authorized the nukes on H and N, the list is “Top Mass Murderers” not “My biased as hell Top Mass Murderers List”.

    Another thing, everyone knows that the victors are the ones who write history and the losing side is always portrayed as the evil/bad ones. If the Japanese had won, we would not have this argument.

  32. Tug says:


    Who knew that Hitler wasn’t so terrible?
    Relatively speaking that is. :]

  33. outside of the box looking in says:

    hehe, don’t even know why I’m doing this, tried it too many times..
    here goes nothing.

    Allright you yankes, hehe, America did business with Hitler all the way until right before the d-day, witch by the way was a couple of years too fucking late if you ask me and rest of europe.

    And YES Truman should be in that list because he killed a whole lot of people, if you murder a mass amount of people, that’s what you are, a massmurderer, so is george (+w) bush, stalin mao, the spaniards who slaughtered almost every indian in south america and a whole lot of other people.

    and I don’t care if truman saved your grandmother or your father, he sure as hell killed someone elses grandmother or father, matter of fact he killed hundreds of thousands of grandmothers and fathers with just one “ok, nuke thoose fuckers”.

    and ofcourse he knew what he got himself into when he entered that war.

    the funny thing is that from my perspective, the outside one with you know the uncensored news and thruth and shit, is that you somehow say it’s right to invade that country, or start a war in that one. But what about the other countries that needs help? who doesn’t have oil, resources or military leaders that you’ve been sponsoring for decades?

    and yes I said it, USA sponsored the bin laden in pakistan where most of the Al-Qaidi still are living well and organized. The CIA pumped millions of dollars in their training camps so they could fight the americans war for them. but it flipped back and crashed two towers and because of that the U.S could launch a campain in world conquest porportion.

    think of it, every legislation that has passed after the 9/11 is a direct result of the fear of the talibans. But you are so incredibly ignorant that you can’t see that you brought this on yourself. The U.S has been mixed up in every war that has been fought in modern time, coincidence? I think not. All thoose years killing poeple all over the world, taking sides, nuking and plotting this world-ruling. And all that has happened to america as a country was the blowing of two buildings..

    9/11 was the first time someone took the battlefield to your court.

    and try picturing this. if you say that truman had to do it because he was saving lives in the long run by bombing the hell out of hundreds of thousands of innocent(!!!!!) civilians. Because he was scared of the Japaneese army. Doesn’t two airplanes in two towers with a couple of thousands civilian kills sound kinda….. small in comparison?

    I’m not saying that the 9/11 was in any.. in any way defendable.. but hey, you had it coming.. too bad it wasn’t a military target, but then again.. nagasaki and hiroshima wasn’t either, maybe you could sell some of your so-called smart bombs to Al-Qaida, but if you do remember to switch the “hit only schools and hospitals” mode off before.

    damn I did it again, got carried away… wasn’t ment to be this big. have to stop somewhere..
    could go on for hours with this.. no point. no one ever wakes up anyways..

    well well I know this is gonna raise hell..


  34. black saab says:

    u 4got PIZZARO. mad spic from spain with the pope’s priests. killed all the injun’s from s america.


  35. G$ says:

    I like the list. Nice picture of God. I feel Saddam because the man he was because of American powers. A lot of innocent people was killed under Bush’s power to seek out Saddam. Bush is also responsible for a lot deaths year to date 2000-2008.

  36. Betty Parker says:

    good luck

  37. government IS organized crime says:

    All this blather and not a single person could see the forest for the trees.
    Do you really think Hitler, or Mao, or Stalin personally killed all those people?

    Of course not!

    It is the members of governments that combined their forces together to become the top mass murders of all time. (some even more efficient than God, LOL, at least according to this list)

    Hitler, Stalin, Mao, etc. were just in charge of those groups of government mass murders at the time of their rampages.
    Without the existence of “government” it is practically impossible to kill a thousand people yourself, let alone millions, before you would be killed yourself by someone stronger or better armed than you.

    It has been this way throughout human history. Ever since the first “King” convinced a group of people that they could just take what they wanted from others, if they just all stuck together, they would be able to frighten anything they needed from other people.
    And they called this “government”

    Every single person on this list employed some form of “government” to commit their mass murdering atrocities. (Well, except for God)

    government IS organized crime!

    Look at the similarities:

    Extorts money from people under penalty of imprisonment by imposing dozens of taxes.
    Claim it’s for your defense against other governments.

    Extorts money from people under penalty of busted knee caps. Claim it’s for your defense against other gangs.

    Makes money from gambling through Lottos and casino profits.

    Makes money from gambling through operating casinos.

    Makes money from prostitution at least in Nevada (legally) and cops on the take (illegally)

    Makes money from prostitution.

    Government & Mafia both make money from illegal drug sales. The government, by raising taxes to pretend to fight a “war on drugs” while their partner, the Mexican mafia creates the supply.

    How many other similarities can you name?

  38. AnarchistGuru says:

    All this blather and not a single person could see the forest for the trees.
    Do you really think Hitler, or Mao, or Stalin personally killed all those people?

    Of course not!

    Every single person on this list employed some form of “government” to commit their mass murdering atrocities. (well, except for God)

    Government IS Organized Crime!

    It is always the individual members of governments that have combined their forces together to become the top mass murders of all time. (some even more efficient than God, LOL, at least according to this list)

    Hitler, Stalin, Mao, etc. were just in charge of those groups of government mass murders at the time of their rampages.
    It is practically impossible to kill a hundred people single handedly, let alone millions, before you would be killed yourself by someone stronger or better armed than you. But establish a “government” and the sky’s the limit on mass murder.

    It has been this way throughout human history. Ever since the first caveman drove his weaker caveman neighbor out of his nicer cave, mankind’s struggle for resources began.
    The first “King” in an area was usually the one with the largest family, who then all worked together to dominate others. (kinda like the Kennedys, Bushs & Clintons)

    Eventually these groups of thugs came to be called “government”.

    … enter the founding fathers of what is now the United states of America.

    They had suffered the abuses of kings and tyrants before them and they came up with a governmental system of checks and balances that have worked very well until recently.

    Thomas Paine said, “Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one.”

    Wake UP America!

    You are fat dumb sheep, awaiting the slaughter.

    The Waco Massacre was nothing compared to what’s coming.

    Google: “endgame” and watch the 1:39 minute documentary.

  39. mero says:

    hay, where is ariel sharon and preisdent push where are these people from this list this list is so incomplete and posting preisdent truman to this list is just stupid beacuse he did what anyone who loves his country would do, but what would u say about 1000000000000000000000000(metaphoricaaly)people died in palestine

  40. simms says:

    your fucking ignorant, for you obviously are trying to use vocab far surpassing your 5th grade range, ignorance is in no way relavant to anything on this page, you didnt even use it in the right context.

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