The 15 Most Dangerous Men In the World Right Now!

People may joke (half) about Donald Trump’s nuclear threat, but for the moment, our planet is becoming more volatile, from kidnapping to suicide bombs. And these crime rates are often committed by a specific group of deadly and unstable men under explicit orders. Here, we show the elusive people who keep heads of state at night awake. There have been many forms of tragic events in the world—wars, genocides, riots, murders, hunger, etc. But the true evil is within these inhumane practices’ architectures. No one else could understand men who advocated crime to the level. Their decision has wreaked havoc on and on humanity.

Here are 15 of the most dangerous person in the world right now:


Who: Cody Wilson – Head of Defense Distributed.

Where: U.S.

What he wants: Comprehensive internet freedom and ineffective arms and money market creation.

What he does: Upload 3D-printable weapons blueprints. Software for making a weapon known as “Liberator” was published last year and was 100,000 times downloaded when the U.S. State Department interviewed to remove the plans. Wilson might face an investigation into possible illegally exporting ammunition to face up to seven years in prison if found guilty. The penalty can be longer if it can be proven that his actions seriously threaten “U.S. national and regional security interests.”

Cody Wilson


Who: Semion Mogilevich – Ukrainian-born crime boss believed to be the “boss of bosses” of most Russian Mafia syndicates globally, who operates without borders.

Where: Russia

What he wants: Money and power

What he does: He starts Trafficking in drugs, nuclear trafficking, contract killings, and international prostitution. Since then, in 27 countries, he held more than 100 front companies and bank accounts, all to maintain cash flow. Before his murder, Mogilevich was claimed to have had good relations with Vladimir Putin since the 90s by the former Russian secret agent. His influence in the European energy industry is probably one of Mogelivich’s most important features. This richest gangster controls widespread natural gas pipelines in Russia and Eastern Europe with just a $100,000 bounty on his head. In 2008, the Russian police arrested Sergei Schneider on behalf of the Tax Office, one of his many pseudonyms.

Semion Mogilevich


Who: Abubakar Shekau – Islamist terrorist and head of Boko Haram, translated into “Western culture is a sin.”

Where: Nigeria.

What he wants: Establish an Islamic state and enact Sharia law in Nigeria.

What he is doing: With less than 14 attacks in 2014, are bombings and village massacres. With the abduction of 223 Christian girls who B.H. says will be released from jail cells, the sector came to the world’s attention. The Nigerian Government, according to U.N. analysts, must reduce chronic poverty in B.H. bastions and building an education system to support local Muslims.

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Who: Matteo Messina Diabolik – the Sicilian Mafia boss.

Where: Italy (probably)

What he wants: To ‘correct errors’ made to the poor and underprivileged and generate a ton of money.

What he is doing: engages in every business that benefits – shopping malls, food distribution companies, wind farms, and farming – that is so large it is difficult to tell where West Sicily’s economy stops and its empire begins. He wanted to participate in the bombing campaign of the Sicilian mafia in the early nineties, where judges and bystanders were killed and 50 killings in Sicily, Rome, and Florence. He has been in prison for more than 20 years. Still, over the last two years, the Italian police have arrested about 30 Denaro offices and confiscated properties such as businesses, cars, and other companies.


Who: Joseph Kony, head of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group formerly operated in Uganda.

Where: Unknown

What he wants: Create a theocratic state based on the Ten Commandments and local tradition of Alcoholic.

What he does: Kony has been charged with becoming child soldiers and sex slaves by government entities to order the kidnapping of children. Between 1986 and 2009, 2 million people were internally displaced. In 2005 Kony was charged in The Hague, the Netherlands, with war crimes and crimes against humanity but avoided capture. The United States pushed the LRA back, and Kony’s troops left him. Kony has been claimed to be in poor health, and further pressure to eradicate the LRA and negotiate his surrender will lead to his detention.

Joseph Kony


Who: Ismael ‘El Mayo’ Zambada, cocaine lord of the Sinaloa cartel.

Where: Mexico.

What he wants: Keep leading the criminal organization with multimillion dollars.

What he does: He makes drug trade in the United States and Europe, money laundering, and healthy abduction. The position of the Sinaloa cartel is supported by the brutal mass murders of rival cartels and civilians to ensure loyalty. According to the Homeland Security Committee, the communication network in the cartel was infiltrated, which is how the legendary Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán captured his predecessor after 13 years. Michael McCaul, who chairs the committee, said: “Our ability to crack their code is not going to bode well for their future.

Ismael Zambada


Who: Omar al-Bashir – President of Sudan and the Rapid Support Forces AKA leader the Janjaweed militia.

Where: Sudan.

What he wants: To settle revolts and civil unrest in South Sudan.

What he does: The 10,000-strong, tribal Janjaweed are known for war crimes in the Darfur war of 2003. He has an SUV with powerful weapons at al-command Bashir’s to use against Sudanese civilians. “To enforce a decade-old resolution of the U.N. Security Council on the disarmament of Janjaweed, together with China, that has trade interests in Africa, must use their weight,” says Abdi Ismail Samatar, University of Minnesota Professor of Geography, Environment, and Society and part of the African Academy of Sciences.

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Who: Ayman al-Zawahiri, the current leader of al-Qaeda.

Where: The Afghanistan/Pakistan border.

What he wants: He wants to avenge the mistakes of Christian and Jewish leadership of Muslims over the ages, in the Arab world, in Islamist policy, and in driving non-Muslims to Saudi Arabia, home to Islam’s most holy sites.

What he is doing: In addition to the fighting for the murders of non-Muslims, he has recently sent fighters into Syria and tried to persuade ISIS to join forces with all the other jihadists against the alleged alliance between America, Russia, Europe, the Shiites, and Iran and the Alawite regime in Bashar al-Assad. 


Who: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, head of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis).

Where: Iraq and Syria.

What he wants: Establishing its Islamic state (or caliphate) that would extend between north Syria and east Iraq to become a leader known to all Muslims as the “Caliph Ibrahim.” Isis has also produced ambiguous maps of the Middle East, Arab Peninsula, North Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India’s five-year expansion plan.

What he is doing: Al-Qaida has links with the group earlier this year due to their brutality, but Isis has continued to control more than half of Iraq, implement the tough Wahhabi version of Islam, and impose a strict Sharia in its controlled areas.


Who: Major General Qassem Suleimani – leader of Iran’s Quds Force, a Special Forces brigade.

Where: Iran.

What he wants: He wants to secure Iranian interests throughout the Middle East.

What does he do: Conduct a covert war against the United States and Israel, including arms allies, fund militants, and killings. Largely responsible for intervening in Syria and maintaining the power of President Assad. Its power comes from its close relations with Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei whose self-control is based on an enormous business Empire called Setad. Sanctions against Setad would disrupt this cozy connection.


Who: Ibrahim al-Asiri AKA Abu Saleh – chief bomb-maker for al-Qaida.

Where: Yemen.

What he wants: Master plots along various fronts, including new efforts to target western aircraft.

What he does: The former chemical student bombs PETN – a white, odorless powder that X-ray machines have difficulty collecting. What does he do? The bomb, which was used to blow a U.S. airplane in 2009, was thought to have been designed and print bombs sent from Yemen to the U.S. According to his intelligence, his greatest threat is to teach al-apprentices Qaida’s techniques, which resulted in the U.S.’s ‘believable threat’ warnings and enhanced safety on all direct flights.


Who: Sun Kailiang – super hacker and captain in the People’s Liberation Army, China.

Where: China.

What he wants: Using cyberwarfare to disrupt the U.S. economy.

What he does: The FBI charged Kailiang with illegal access to the computer systems of six U.S. nuclear-related companies and controlling computers to stolen technical specifications and trade secrets of the FBI. Counter-offensive AntiVírus software is developed to trace and shut down the cyber trail left to the source server by attacking malware and taking blueprint screenshots, copying passwords, etc.

Sun kailiang


Who: Mokhtar Belmokhtar – Algerian jihadi and leader of al-Qaida affiliate Al-Mourabitoun.

Where: Maghreb, Africa.

What he wants: Al-Qaeda to become a global terrorist; attacks against western Europe and Africa are being carried out from coast to shore.

What he does: Foreign Jihadis from Syria recruit new terrorist campaigns financed from the illegal tobacco trade, in other words, the “Mr. Marlboros” moniker. The man is responsible for a current Eiffel Tower terrorist plan behind the attack on an Algerian gas plant in which 40 hostages were killed. After a gun battle of the world with counter-terrorist forces escaped, followers of the Belmokhtar call him “The Uncatchable.” 

Mokhtar Belmokhtar


Who: Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed Islaam Madobe is the president of the Jubaland State of Somalia.

Where: Kebri Dahar, Ethiopia

What he wants: He was a prominent figure and founding member and then left to join the Raskambonian Movement, a radical Islamist al-Shabab.

What he does: National reconciliation agreement was signed with the Federal Government of Somalia in Addis Ababa on 28 August 2013. Supported by President Farah Abdulkadir, Minister of State for the Presidency, on behalf of President Hassan Sheik Mohamud, the Pact was brokered by and followed by prolonged bilateral talks between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia. Under the terms of the agreement, Jubaland would be governed by an interim Juba administration and headed by Madobe, the region’s current president, for two years.

Sheikh Ahmed Mohamed Islaam Madobe


Who: Joaquin-El-Chappo-Guzman is a retired Mexican drug lord and former head of the Sinaloa Cartel, an international crime organization. He is deemed to have been the most dominant drug trafficker in the world.

Where: La-Tuna, Mexico

What he wants: Most powerful drug supplier.

What he does: At the time of his arrest, Guzman’s Sinaloa Cartel was the richest and most powerful drug cartel in Mexico. He was involved in the trafficking of multi-ton shipments of cocaine by air, sea, and road from Colombia through Mexico to the U.S. and had cells throughout the United States. The company also contributed to the manufacture, trafficking, and distribution of Southeast Asian Mexican methamphetamine, marijuana, and heroin. Guzmán took the cartel leadership when Palma was detained by the Mexican powerful Army on 23 June 1995.


For better, seldom for worse, the world has gone a little haywire because of such evil-minded people having zero humanity. So this is about the 15 most dangerous people globally, right now (maybe) planning for even worse.

Sophia Wadke
Sophia Wadke
I am Shopia, a movie enthusiastic and I read lot of books, mostly of science fiction, thrillers and biography. Content writing is just my profession but my passion too.

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