Mike Cordner, Director Emeritus, The Pillar Foundation
Mao Zedon, China: In his first five years, he indiscriminately sentenced 4 to 6 million to death. His policies also starved about 20 million and had numberous enemies executed.
Adolf Hitler, Germany: Responsible for the deaths of over 17 million people including 6 million Jews.
Leopold II, Beligium: Responsible for enslaving and killing nearly 15 million Congolese under the guise of his Congo Free StaSte.
Josef Stalin, Soviet Union: Starved nearly 10 million people. He also launched the great Purge, killing every person who opposed him.
Che Guevara, Cuba: His name is often equated with rebellion, revolution, and socialism. Murdered over 500 people in Cuban prison without trial.