"It seemed the world was divided into good and bad people. The good ones slept better while the bad ones seemed to enjoy the waking hours much more." is a famous quote said by Woody Allen.
There is no doubt that on this planet Earth, we will find both good as well as bad people. Good people come into our lives to give us the taste of sweetness, and bad people come into our lives to give us the taste of bitterness. The world becomes a dangerous place to live in because of such acts. And that is why it is important to know about them to know what humankind is capable of.
The 15 most dangerous people in the world are listed below.
Martyn Ford is not a dangerous man because he is a serial killer or anything like that. He is not even a bad man. He is dangerous because if you were to get into a disagreement with him, you would likely always come off second best. Martyn is not called The Hulk or the nightmare for no reason. The Birmingham, England born man is a bodybuilder, fitness expert and actor. He maintains a strict diet to build muscle, including white fish, green vegetables, chicken breast, oats and egg whites. He is 6 feet 8 inches tall. He weighs 286 pounds or 130 kg, and going to the gym is his hobby.
Paula Broadwell is infamous for an extramarital affair with retired four-star general and then- Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) David Petraeus. On November 9, 2012, it was reported that she was involved in the extramarital affair with David Petraeus that triggered his resignation as Director of the CIA when it was discovered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) because of her high-level targets of cyber-stalking.
Cody Wilson is just like any other normal guy, but he has the potential to turn gun control on its head, and it is not a good thing. He is responsible for manufacturing the very first functional 3D printed firearm. This can spell disaster for gun law advocates and just everyday people who don't want to get shot. He buys stocks, sights and barrels online, but he creates the rest of the gun pieces with computer-aided design and 3D printing. The horrifying part is that he has sold thousands of them.
Nakoula Basseley, a US man behind an anti-Muslim film that led to mass protests in the Middle East, has been sentenced to a year in jail for probation violations. While there was a protest in the Middle East over the film, dozens of people had died. He did not use his time in jail for good. Instead, he spent a lot of his time reading the Quran to find ways to criticize Islam.
Ahmed Abu Khattala
In 2014, one of the most dangerous men, Ahmed Abu Khattala, was captured and taken into custody after a successful secret US military raid in Libya. He is the suspected ringleader of the 2012 raid on a US diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the death of four Americans, including US ambassador Chris Stevens. According to the US state department, he is also a senior leader in Ansar al-Sharia, an Islamist group.
Robert Charles Browne
It's always awful to hear about the very dangerous people who still live in our society. But Robert Charles Browne is serving a life sentence in Colorado so we can be sure that our streets are just a little bit safe as a result. He was born in Louisiana and was a high school dropout who joined the army. He served for around seven years before being dishonourably discharged for drug abuse. He has brutally murdered up to 49 women, but we are not sure about the exact numbers. He did the murders between 1970-1995. He says that his first victim was a soldier in South Korea in 1970 before he went on to murder seven people in Texas, 17 in Louisiana, 9 in Colorado, 3 in Mississippi, two each in New Mexico, Oklahoma and California, 5 Arkansas and 1 in Washington State. He is regarded as one of the most prolific serial killers in US history.
Semion Yudkovich Mogilevich, born on June 30, 1946, is a Ukrainian- born, Russian organized crime boss. He quickly built a highly structured criminal organization in the mode of a traditional American mafia family. Indeed, 250 members pf the organization's are from his family. He is regarded as the "boss of bosses" of most Russian Mafia syndicates in the world by agencies in the European Union and the United States. Her has a vast criminal empire, and FBI describes him as the most dangerous mobster in the world who has been accused of weapons trafficking, contract murders, extortion, drug trafficking, and prostitution on an international scale.
When the founder of Boko Haram died in police custody in 2009, Abubakar Shekau led its transformation from an underground sect to a deadly insurgency that swept North-East Nigeria. It is sad to know that after Abubakar Shekau took charge, over 2 million people were displaced from their homes, and 30,000 people were killed. The group is infamous after making headlines in 2014 for kidnapping hundreds of girls from a school in Chibok, in Borno state.
Matteo Messina Denaro
Matteo is a Sicilian mafia boss and has been on the run since 1993. He is believed to have connections with the murders of around 50 people, which included car bomb attacks resulting in 10 people dying, including two prosecutors. Even though he is on the run, the word on the street is that he is now the boss of the Sicilian mob world, yet he still manages to avoid capture.
Ugandan man Joseph Kony is wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity, yet he managed to escape capture for over 20 years. His group is well known for abducting thousands of children to use as sex slaves and soldiers. In the past, he has ordered violent attacks, waged wars and even brutalized Northern Uganda citizens by burning their property, mutilating them,
abducting them and murdering them. He describes himself as a freedom fighter but has been responsible for thousands of deaths, and even in one interview, he said that he killed his own people because they did not support his cause.
Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada
Ismael, one of Mexico's most wanted criminals, gained notoriety in the 1990s as a major coordinator for several Mexican drug trafficking organizations and as a principal member of the Amado Carrillo-Fuentes Organisation. When interviewed in 2010, he said he would consider suicide to avoid going to jail even though he is unsure whether he would have the courage to take his own life.
Omar Hassan Al- Bashir
Omar, born on January 1, 1944, is a Sudanese former military officer, politician and alleged war criminal. He was the seventh head of state of Sudan under various titles from 1989 until 2019 when he was deposed in a coup d'etat.
Major General Qassem Soleimani
Under Qassem's leadership, pro-Iranian militant groups had expanded their presence in Syria and Iran. He was described as the second most powerful figure in Iran but also as a terrorist by the US as they had been responsible for the deaths of hundreds of US personnel. He was killed at Baghdad airport in a strike that Donald Trump had ordered.
According to authorities, Ibrahim made bombs that have been used in several high profile operations in the Arabian Peninsula by Al-Qaeda since 2009. He supposed built the device that his little brother used in an assassination attempt on a deputy interior minister in Saudi Arabia along with an underwear bomb a Nigerian man tried to detonate on a plane over the United States on Christmas day.
Mokhtar was a former Al-Qaeda senior figure who left to form his own militia. He is responsible for the 2013 attack on the innomena's gas plant in Algeria, where he took 800 people hostage and killed 40. Most of those 40 were foreigners, with three from America and six from Britain.
One of the famous quotes of Henry Miller is, 'Man has demonstrated that he is master of everything- except his own nature'. A person who has a mindset that he becomes powerful by inflicting pain on others is the most emotionally weak person in the whole world.