Kim Il-sung of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea for his fanatical devotion to the concept of a command economy, his religious observance of Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism, and the enforced social, cultural, political, and economic autkary which continues to this day.
To rote, nearly every facet of the North Korean economy remains nationalized to this day, Kim Il-sung sided with Mao Zedong in the Sino-Soviet split, and North Korea has been stuck in neutral since the 1950s.
Bill Clinton, being the foremost mass murderer of my formative years.
Abraham Lincoln, because he's considered by many to be among our "greatest" American presidents.
William Godwin, founder of the idea that private ownership of property should be abolished as a way of curing the world's ills, which has led to all the rest including the 20th century generally.
“Since people are concerned that ‘X’ will not be provided, ‘X’ will naturally be provided by those who are concerned by its absence.""The sweetest of minds can harbor the harshest of men.”
Abraham Lincoln since he is so worshipped today. Now that I look back in my life I'm ashamed that I memorized the Gettysberg address as a child for a school project. Someone else already posted him though so for second place I'll go for Benito Juarez.
From what I know of the man he solidified a socialist mindset in Mexico that continues today. In the United States and Europe you can argue that liberalism was tainted into another word for collectivism. Benito Juarez though, in his role as one of the major leaders of early Mexico, gave no chance for classical liberalism to exist even for a moment.
Stalin is the most inhuman monster who ever lived. Judging them by their actions alone, Stalin must be the worse.
Judging them by the consequences of their actions, it would be whoever is most responsible for the First World War, which was, as far as I'm concerned, the origin of pretty much everything wrong with the world today, and basically represented the collapse of Western Civilization. It's hard to pin it on one person, but we know that the driving force behind the war was the "Eastern Establishment" in the United States dominated by Morgan and to a lesser extent Rockefeller, and the Rhodes-Rothschild clique in Britain, along with their many handpuppets such as Woodrow Wilson and "Colonel" House, to name a few. The war was most certainly not the accident and tragedy that it was made out to be by court historians. There was deliberation.
satan, for his evil