Some of the most dangerous people in the world are free. These people are directly involved in a conflict with countries or society. Posing a great threat to the people of the world or some sections of it.
10. Cody Wilson
He calls himself a crypto-anarchist, free-market anarchist, and gun-rights activist. His crime is that he created a design for a working plastic gun and posted it on his website for 3D Printers. Over 1,00,000 downloads happened in the first month and this deadly gun went into hands of millions of people. He is under prosecution for gun-control in the United States.
9. Abubakar Shekau
Notoriously wanted for planning to bomb Eiffel Tower. The sect came to the world’s attention with April’s kidnapping of 223 Christian schoolgirls who BH say won’t be freed until an “army” of fighters are released from Nigerian jail cells. Islamist terrorist and leader of Boko Haram, which translated means: “Western education is a sin”.
8. Ayman al-Zawahiri
Aside from championing murder of non-Muslims, he has recently been sending fighters to Syria and trying to convince ISIS to unite with all other jihadists against the supposed alliance between America, Russia, Europe, Shiites and Iran, and Bashar al-Assad’s Alawite regime.
7. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi AKA Invisible Sheikh
To establish his own Islamic state (or caliphate) that would range from northern Syria to eastern Iraq and become a leader known as ‘Caliph Ibrahim’ to whom all Muslims would pledge allegiance. Isis has also released an ambitious map detailing a five-year “expansion plan,” which takes in the Middle East, the Arabian Peninsula, northern Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
6. Ibrahim al-Asiri AKA Abu Saleh
The former chemistry student is an expert in making PETN bombs – a white, odourless powder that X-ray machines fail to detect. He designed the ‘underwear’ bomb used in an attempt to blow up a US plane in 2009.According to intelligence, he sent printer-bombs from Yemen destined for the US. He is teaching his techniques to al-Qaida apprentices and runs a branch of it in Quetta, Pakistan.
5. Mokhtar Belmokhtar AKA Mr Malboro
The one-eyed Jihadist recruits foreign jihadis returning from Syria for new terror campaigns, which he funds through his illegal tobacco trade. He is the man behind the attack on Algerian gas plant and killed 40 hostages last year, he is also thought to be responsible for a recently discovered Eiffel Tower terror plot.
4. Ashfaq Kayani
Pakistan’s army chief of staff and former director of its spy service isn’t just one of that unstable country’s most important leaders; he’s emerged as one of the main go-to people in Pakistan as the U.S. pulls out of Afghanistan.
3. Philipp Budeikin
The 21-year-old made a game is said to run on different social media platforms and is described as a relationship between an administrator and participant. Over a period of fifty days, the administrator sets one task per day; the tasks seem innocuous to begin with (get up at 4:30 am, watch a horror movie), and move on to self-harm leading to the participant suiciding on the final day. Reports of the suicides connected to the game have been reported worldwide. In 2016, Philipp Budeikin, a 21-year-old former psychology student who was expelled from his university, claimed that he invented the game in 2013. He said his intention was to cleanse society by pushing persons to suicide whom he deemed as having no value. This app has killed thousands around the globe and continues to do so.
2. Donald Trump
Donald Trump poses a significant threat of nuclear war and is increasingly dangerous. The boasting of sexual assault, allegedly not paying workers, the fraudulent Trump University case—Gartner said evidence points to malignant narcissism. The traits of malignant narcissism were coined by a German psychotherapist. His actions of giving nuclear attack threat on twitter are the height of narcissism.
1. Kim Jong-un
North Korea’s hydrogen bomb test, missile launches and threats of nuclear attacks come from a government hampered by sanctions and a leader who uses propaganda and force to secure worship from his people. Under the current Kim’s watch, North Korean entertainment has evolved from being a mere conveyor of ideology to a tool used to shape society, Lee described. For example, recent TV content promotes the idea of family, community and the use of technology for patriotism — concepts unexplored in older movies.