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->"I will be an equal-opportunity despot and make sure that terror and oppression is distributed fairly, not just against one particular group that will form the core of a rebellion."

Bad guys are often remarkably open when it comes to race, gender, religion, species, and so forth of their members. [[AlwaysChaoticEvil Some races might always be evil]], but evil really knows no bounds. If the characters have [[AmbitionIsEvil the ambition]], [[BloodKnight the bloodlust]], [[KickTheDog the hatred of puppies]], or [[ForTheEvulz the simple enjoyment of being evil]], they're welcome to sign up. EvilIsOneBigHappyFamily, after all.

At full force, this trope leads to [[CosmopolitanCouncil a remarkably diverse set of top brass]], as well.

If this trait is emphasized more than necessary, it might come across as a PetTheDog moment. It might even result in RootingForTheEmpire if the [[DesignatedHero "good guys"]] [[PoliticallyIncorrectHero are not so unbiased]]. It might even suggest that it's okay to be unethical or even murderous as long as you're "fair" about it. A villain could do this if it serves their own evil ends, and someone who employs equally can just as easily [[HatesEveryoneEqually hate everyone equally]] and may have no problems with ''[[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness disposing of]]'' their minions just as easily, often [[YouHaveFailedMe permanently]].

While often done to avoid UnfortunateImplications about certain races, it can just as easily fall into it, such as portraying the heroes as all one ethnicity and every other race as the villains. Compare WhiteGangBangers and StraightEdgeEvil. Contrast PoliticallyIncorrectVillain. Note however that they are not mutually exclusive; a villain can be intolerant towards some groups but progressive towards others. See also AlikeAndAntitheticalAdversaries and AntiHumanAlliance. May go hand in hand with BetterLivingThroughEvil. See FiveTokenBand for the good-aligned version.



[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* In the ''Manga/{{Trigun}}'' manga, the Gung-Ho Guns were very equal-opportunity in employing all manner of disabilities and lifestyles (a paraplegic, a quadriplegic, a gang of midgets, a child [[spoiler:who's really a sandworm, but point stands]], a one-eyed woman, a transvestite, a samurai, a man with split personality, their own musician...) As long as they were sufficiently villainous and ruthless, Knives didn't care since he doesn't care enough about humans to discriminate.
* In ''Manga/{{Berserk}},'' the BigBad, Griffith, allows people from all walks of life to join his army, including demons, commoners, soldiers from nearly every neighboring country, and even people from the nation of Kushan that he is currently fighting against.
* While the Red Ribbon Army of ''Manga/DragonBall'' wears [[PuttingOnTheReich strangely familiar uniforms]], they apparently do not discriminate based on race, species, or sexual orientation.
** Freeza has numerous different alien races working as members of his Planet Trade Organization.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'':
** Aizen enlisted [[TwoferTokenMinority Kaname Tosen, a blind black guy]] (because of his blindness), [[SmugSnake Gin]] [[TheIdiotFromOsaka Ichimaru]] amongst Soul Reapers. He also enlisted the Espada, pictured above, including female DarkSkinnedBlonde Harriibel; Nnoitra, a sexist insect-like man; and Ulquiorra, the very-white "saddest clown in the world" nihilist, among others. Really, the only thing they have in common is that they're all named after corruptions of architects and designers.
** The Wandenreich hunt hollows and hate shinigami. That hasn't stopped them forcibly enlisting Arrancar-level hollows and asking certain high-powered shinigami to join their ranks. More than a few Arrancar accepted being recruited, others did not. So far, the shinigami that was asked [[spoiler: Aizen]] has refused. The core members of Wandenreich are a rather diverse bunch themselves, apparently recruited from across the world.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'' gives us Sir Crocodile, who has hired a black man, a flamboyant transvestite, old people, and every male member of his team has completely equal female partner, including himself. Sure he may be evil, but at least he isn't prejudiced! Well, the transvestite doesn't have a partner. He considered himself his own partner in that regard.
** Doflamingo's crew is just as diverse as Crocodile's. There are people of all ages, both genders and all levels of weirdness.
* The military dictatorship Amestris of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' is mostly an example of this. There are women in the military, and it is a multi-ethnic country (if only because of its continual brutal conquest of its neighbors). They didn't always qualify though, as prior to the war against Ishball, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything there was a purge of people of Ishballan descent from throughout the ranks of Amestrian society]].
* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Orochimaru's [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Sound Four]] are a fat guy, A [[AmbiguouslyBrown brown]] six armed person, a woman who curses like a sailor, two persons not completely unlike Siamese Twins, and the leader is a terminally ill guy.
** In-Universe there is Akatsuki, who employ members from almost every country[[note]]As the Raikage points out, no Cloud ninjas are in Akatsuki[[/note]] and every member has an completely different philosophy (humorously, the members with opposite philosophies are paired together). That's to say nothing of the plant, the human-shark hybrid, and the puppet that they accepted into their ranks.
* The [[spoiler:[[BrainUploading computerized]]]] Dream Future executive branch of 'Net Ghost Pipopa' is composed of American, European, Asian and North African members.
* The DUCK organization from ''{{Tsuritama}}''. The [[CosmopolitanCouncil top brass]] has black, Arabic, and Asian members, as well as a great gender ratio, and their lead agent, Akira, is Indian.
* In ''RurouniKenshin'', Shishio's main followers include a former [[HighClassCallGirl prostitute]], a {{transsexual}}, a [[DisabilitySuperPower blind guy]], giant who is about 20-feet tall (and a [[EvilGenius financial expert]] and an ArrogantKungFuGuy). Further, his philosophy itself fits this. Shishio is a [[TheSocialDarwinist Social Darwinist]] who dreams of Japan becoming a militaristic warrior paradise. While he has no empathy at all for those he considers weak, Shishio doesn't gauge strength based on wealth and background.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In the [[TheEighties 1980s]] and [[TheNineties 1990s]], Marvel's Serpent Society fit this trope to a T. From the group's inception, about half of them were women -- and supervillain teams have tended to be boys' clubs. There were several black members, at least one Hispanic member, and at least one Middle Eastern member. The Society also welcomed disabled people: Death Adder was mute, Rattler was deaf, and Bushmaster was an amputee. (The last was a case of DisabilitySuperpower, as he'd replaced his missing limbs with super-strong cybernetic parts.)
** Funny thing is that the Serpent Society started out as a spin-off from HYDRA... Who were [[ThoseWackyNazis NAZIS]]. (Although they kind of [[MotiveDecay grew into "generic evil organization" over time]].)
** ComicBook/{{HYDRA}} themselves would count, since they've been shown to have female and non-white members. Baron Strucker {{Lampshaded}} this at one point by noting that with age, his penchant for racism and eugenics had faded. Now he embraces the idea of diversity...because that just means more loyal subjects beneath his boot when he finally conquers the world.
** Both played straight and subverted with many of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'s enemies. While both the human bigots and mutant supremacists actively hate and discriminate against the "other side", their own memberships are often depicted as otherwise ethnically diverse. The subversion comes with the fact that they're hatemongers against either humans or mutants, and yet have no problem accepting members from many different ethnic backgrounds.
* In Franchise/TheDCU, Kobra might be a bunch of crazy murderous cultist with a snake fetish, but they pride themselves on understanding that "the serpent comes in many colours." Apparently serpent-obsessives have no time for prejudice.
* Somewhat lampshaded during Marvel's Acts Of Vengeance event, in which Loki assembles an evil team supreme consisting of SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom (Romani), {{Magneto}} (Jewish), the Mandarin (Chinese), the Kingpin, the Wizard, and the RedSkull (a Nazi). It ''really'' didn't work out. Entirely apart from the clash of egos, none of them could stand the Skull, and vice-versa. When you put the most evil Nazi in fiction in the same team as [[GreenLanternRing the most powerful]] and [[HeWhoFightsMonsters pissed off Holocaust survivor]] in history, you are really pushing the limits of this trope. To the surprise of nobody, the event ended with Magneto [[KickTheSonOfABitch locking the Skull in an underground bunker with no light and limited water]], to [[AndIMustScream die painfully of thirst and starvation]] with just his sins for company. The two men had never met, but {{Magneto}} hated him anyway (with ''very'' good reason; nobody else liked hm either). When his minions broke him out, the first thing he did was [[TitleDrop swear vengeance on the mutant.]]
** The Red Skull (well, his clone) is the leader of a team of "superheroes" dubbed the S-Men in ''Comicbook/UncannyAvengers''. The team is very diverse, with a membership drawing from places as far off as Greece and Ethiopia. {{Lampshaded}} in that the Red Skull is still a horrible bigot, and only assembled such a diverse group to help sway the general public against his current target; mutants.
* Discussed in ''ComicBook/HouseOfM'', an AlternateUniverse story where {{Magneto}} and his army managed to conquer the world. Thunderbird mentions that he joined Magneto's cause precisely because of the racism he suffered as an American Indian, a form of discrimination that he no longer experiences in a world run by mutants.
* Lampshaded in Marvel's ComicBook/{{Runaways}} number 7, our heroes are doing some survival shoplifting. Upon arrival, Nico isn't convinced about their disguises. "We look like those politically correct, multi-ethnic gangs that only rob people on bad TV shows."
* The ComicBook/MarvelStarWars series of the late 1970s and 1980s probably has more female antagonists than the rest of the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse combined. Lumiya is by far the most famous but there are many others ranging from serious villainesses like Kharys to one issue annoyances like Captain Traal. There are even a couple of nameless female Mooks! The contrast with later writers is really quite startling.
** In ''ComicBook/{{Legacy}}'' both the [[TheEmpire Fel Empire]] and the reborn Sith Empire are far more diverse than the Empire and the Sith seen in the films, with both readily accepting women and non-humans into their ranks. This is particularly notable with the Fel Empire, as the earlier incarnation of the Galactic Empire under Palpatine was openly prejudiced against non-humans.
* ComicBook/ThePunisher special from the mid-90s ''Empty Quarter'' featured a convention of every newsworthy terrorist organization of the time. Their brilliant plan was to switch targets, so some survivalist militia would bomb the Vatican on behalf of Hezbollah. Apparently all those Catholic IRA members were cool with this.
* Another Marvel example is the Masters Of Evil, archenemies of the Avengers and the Marvel heroes in general. Their roster changes a lot just like their heroic counterparts and has included villains from just about every demographic (women like Moonstone and Titania, non-white men like [[AmbiguouslyBrown Beetle]] and Radioactive Man, and even a LGBT member in the form of [[ButchLesbian Man-Killer]]). This is especially notable as the Masters' default leader, Baron Zemo, is the son of the infamous Nazi member Heinrich Zemo, who helped found/lead HYDRA before his death at the hands of Captain America (granted, Zemo long ago abandoned his father's Nazi ideals, to the point that he once dated a Jewish woman).


[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* While [[DesignatedVillain they only come off as evil in the author's eyes]], the enemies of ''Fanfic/ThePrayerWarriors'' consist of the Greek, Roman and Egyptian gods and their followers, [[Literature/HarryPotter the students of Hogwarts]], DirtyCommunists and the Titans, as well as many others. Among them are satyrs, homosexuals, feminists, drug lords, vampires, the English royal famliy and people who represent almost everything that the Prayer Warriors hate.
** Same with the ''Fanfic/MRATrilogy'', which the [[StrawFeminist feminist]] ranks have not only women, but also various species of aliens (including the ''[[Franchise/MassEffect Reapers]]''), dinosaurs, water elementals, demons, pagan goddesses and gay men.
* In ''FanFic/HarryPotterAndThePowerOfTheDarkSide'' Darth Veneficus (a.k.a. Harry Potter) notes that the Sith are accepting of all species and that respect is gained through power not one's origins. Darth Veneficus finds it pathetic the way the Death Eaters limit themselves with notions of "blood purity" and [[TheReasonYouSuckSpeech tells Draco and his fellow Slytherins as much.]]
* In ''FanFic/TheJadedEyesSeries'' while Harry/Tristan hates Muggles he's friends with and strives for the rights of Magical Creatures. His followers are mostly non-human magic users such as elemantals, satyrs, furies, gargoyles, werewolves, and vampires.
* ''FanFic/BadFutureCrusaders'': Twilight Sparkle, who has [[FaceHeelTurn become]] a tyrannical despot and turned Equestria into a PoliceState, nevertheless employs Changelings (who are [[FantasticRacism universally despised]]) as her spy network, and has ponies of both genders in her Royal Guard (which in canon appears to be entirely composed of stallions). Astringe, the artist whose pictures the story is adapted from, lampshaded this with the following comment:
-->"Also too, I had a thought when Scootaloo and Apple Bloom passed a pair of guards and one was a woman. Twilight's army is unisex? How come the bad guys in these kinds of stories are always the most progressive?"
* ''Fanfic/TheRiseOfDarthVulcan'': Vulcan's criminal enterprise includes diamond dogs, [[spoiler: changelings]], minotaurs, and ponies of both genders and every tribe (originally just escaped convicts, but later expanding to include ponies from every walk of life who have grown dissatisfied with Celestia's rule).

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGoToHeaven''. While trying to lure Charlie to the bad side, Belladonna, [[BigGood Anabelle's]] [[EvilTwin evil]] [[UncannyFamilyResemblance cousin]], pretty much says this word for word.
--> '''Belladonna''': Think of my organization as an equal opportunity employer. No matter who you are or what you want to be; when you join with me, it's always an easy ride.
* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', Scar generally gets along with the hyenas (though being a snob, he looks down on ''everyone'') and is more than willing to employ them in his plans to take the throne, and integrates them into the Pride Lands after becoming king, whereas the other "good" lions are pretty big pricks to them. Additionally, going by the voice actors, the hyenas [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Shenzi, Banzai and Ed]] are respectively black, Hispanic and white.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'' has a gang of bad guys comprised of a British or possibly Australian gila monster, a Mexican lizard(?), and a Swedish(?) rabbit.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* ''Film/DeathWish3'' portrays all the street gangs of New York as multiethnic. In ''DeathWish 2'' the gang of scum includes two white, two black, and one Hispanic member, all buddies.
* ''Film/CityOfGod'' features multiethnic gangs. TruthInTelevision as ethnic tensions in Brazil are very low.
* ''Film/LaHaine'' features three poor French criminals working together: Vinz (Jewish), Hubert (black African) and Sayid (a North African Muslim).
* The ''Film/StreetFighter'' movie has Bison recruit minions and henchmen from all over the world, the end of the movie even has a joke segment using national stereotypes to make fun of his international regiments.
* Spoofed in ''Film/BlazingSaddles'': The villain's "[[{{Mooks}} Thugs]] Wanted" ads specify that he's "An Equal Opportunity Employer", and it includes several representatives from hate groups like TheKlan and the Nazis.
-->'''Lamarr:''' I want you to round up ''every'' vicious criminal and gunslinger in the west. Take this down.
-->''(Taggart looks for a pen and paper while Hedley talks)''
-->'''Lamarr:''' I want [[TheLongList rustlers, cut throats, murderers, bounty hunters, desperadoes, mugs, pugs, thugs, nitwits, halfwits, dimwits, vipers, snipers, con men, Indian agents, Mexican bandits, muggers, buggerers, bushwhackers, hornswogglers, horse thieves, bull dykes, train robbers, bank robbers, ass-kickers, shit-kickers]] and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Methodists]].
* The thousand armies of the Persian Empire in ''Film/ThreeHundred'' seem to encompass every non-Greek race living in the Old World at the time -- from actual Persians, to black Africans, to...[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot orc ninja samurai]]? Historically speaking, the Achaemenid Persian empire was ''gigantic'' ([[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a0/World_500_BCE.png that's them in brown there]]) and frequently levied large numbers of troops from its conquered territories.
* The League of Shadows from ''Film/BatmanBegins'' had Europeans, Asians, and at least one African among its ranks in the few scenes we see them [[FacelessGoons with their masks off]] (a review of the video game based on the film pointed out how jarring it seemed that the enemies the player faces in the game are very racially mixed). ''Film/TheDarkKnight'' [[JustifiedTrope shows that the various ethnic gangs in Gotham (Blacks, Italians, Chechens, Chinese, etc) are so scared of the Batman that they started working together against him]].
** Carl Grissom's criminal syndicate in the 1989 film was also remarkably diverse, containing representatives with [[FacialProfiling stereotypically Italian, Jewish, and Chinese facial features]]; when TheJoker takes over this gang, he hires a Black kung-fu expert (by far his most lethal henchman) and adds him to the mix. Inverted with Lieutenant Eckhardt's squad of crooked cops, who are all white; Commissioner Gordon, meanwhile, has at least two Black men working for him, one of whom appears to have the rank of captain.
* Clarence Boddicker's gang in the original ''Film/RoboCop1987''. White, black, Asian and Latin.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
** In TheEmpire, clearly based on ThoseWackyNazis, white human men were the preferred members (ESPECIALLY if they sported sideburns). However, in the ExpandedUniverse, villains like the Sith come in all colors, genders, and species. Emperor Palpatine himself couldn't care less (considering everyone to be equally inferior to him personally), but encouraged the prejudice anyway to help maintain his power since humans are the majority of the Empire's population and the Core Worlds elite tend to be human males who actually are extremely prejudiced. Thus, the Empire officially was pretty much human males only, with women and aliens being at best shuffled off to insignificant roles, but Palpatine would make (almost always secret) exceptions for women and aliens whose skills were particularly useful to him.
** The Confederacy of Independent Systems in the prequels seems to be this combined with CosmopolitanCouncil. Every member race/organization is a non-human, with Count Dooku being the only human in the organization. They employ [[MechaMooks Droids]], Geonosians (the flying insect aliens), cyborgs (Grievous), fallen non-human Jedi (Asaaj Ventress), and mutant alien caveman cyborgs. This could be taken as impetus for the Empire to be as discriminatory as it wanted to be, if they fostered backlash in the media. (The {{novelization}} for ''Revenge of the Sith'' makes it clear that fostering backlash and animosity against non-humans was indeed part of Count Dooku's plans, after he would conveniently switch sides after being captured by Anakin - [[RewardedAsATraitorDeserves not that that worked out for him in the end]]. Palpatine, being the ultimate pragmatist, couldn't care less.)
** Jabba's Palace in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' had all kinds of aliens: a Hutt, two Twi'leks (one of them female), Humans (of all races), Rodians, Gamorreans, Weequays, Klatooinians, Niktos, Jawas, even DROIDS, etc as the villains. Plus a cackling lizardmonkey.
* In the 2008 ''Film/IronMan1'' film the villainous terrorist group operating in Afghanistan, the Ten Rings, is specifically described as having members speaking a variety of languages from all over Central Asia, plus Russian and Hungarian. Astute fans of the comic book might not have been surprised if an East Asian showed his face, too... ([[spoiler:As the leader of the group, naturally.]]) Which is a case of TruthInTelevision apparently. Many of the paramilitary and terrorist groups are open to and include considerable numbers of Europeans and North Africans.
** The [[AllThereInTheManual comic book prequel]] to ''Film/IronMan3'' has Comicbook/WarMachine facing a Ten Rings chapter from Hong Kong.
** ''[[Film/MarvelOneShots All Hail the King]]'' has a white American Ten Rings operative. And if the legend put forth in the short is to be believed, the entire organization was founded on the teachings of the Mandarin, an ancient Chinese warrior king.
* The gang from the horror movie ''While She Was Out'' consists of a white guy, a black guy, a Puerto Rican and an Asian.
* The crew of the Black Pearl (both Barbossa's lot and Jack's lot) in ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' include white, African, and what appear to be Indian members--Annamaria in the first film is a black woman, and while Gibbs makes much of her gender nobody bats an eye at her skin color.
** And in ''At World's End'' we see pirates literally from all over the world, with the Brethren Court encompassing many races, cultures and ''at least'' two genders.
* Memnon in ''Film/TheScorpionKing'' runs an equal opportunity and multicultural Horde.
* The gang in ''Film/DeathSentence'' is multi-ethnic.
* [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in ''Film/TheBigHit'': Hitman Melvin (white Mark Wahlberg) is suspected of betraying his employer (black Avery Brooks), who sends Cisco (mixed-race Lou Diamond Phillips) and two gunmen (one black, one East Asian) to confront him at his house. The four have a tense standoff sitting at Melvin's kitchen table, when his girlfriend's drunk father (Elliot Gould), walks in and remarks how happy he is to see four young men of different races sitting together in friendship, in contrast to his wife's rejection of Melvin as a future son-in-law for not being Jewish.
* The gangs in ''Film/TheWarriors'' are generally racially segregated except for the Warriors themselves and the Turnbull AC's who, oddly enough, are a gang of skinheads.
* In the original ''Film/AssaultOnPrecinct131976'', the gang attacking the eponymous station isn't united by race or much of anything really. The police officers even mention how weird it is. It fits though, they have no dialog and almost seem like a supernatural force.
* Averted with the all-black street gang Chance encounters in ''Film/BeingThere''.
* In the BruceLee film ''Film/WayOfTheDragon'' (aka ''Return of the Dragon''), Bruce goes to Rome to help a Chinese restaurant threatened with extortion by the local gansters. The crime boss has an effete, Chinese lackey and thugs that are both white and black("I'd like some Chinese spare ribs!") who scare away the customers and beat up the staff. After Bruce deals with these guys, the crime boss flies in an American (Chuck Norris) to kill Bruce.
* The criminal gangs in the various ''[[Franchise/TheCrow Crow]]'' movies were pretty ethnically diverse. Even the [[BrotherSisterIncest brother/sister]] team in [[Film/TheCrow the first film]] were of different ethnicities (they were half-siblings).
* Frank White of ''KingOfNewYork'' runs quite the multiracial gang, which even features women in several prominent roles. This creates conflict between him and TheMafia, which is run by a ''very'' PoliticallyIncorrectVillain.
* ''Film/BackToTheFuture''. While his ancestors followed a "white guys only" rule, Griff Tannen's [[HollywoodCyborg cybernetically-enhanced]] [[FiveManBand teenage gang]] includes at least one [[TokenMinority Asian]] and [[TheDarkChick a woman]].
* In ''Film/DieHard'' besides Hans Gruber and his mostly blonde, Eurotrash henchmen, his gang of terrorist/thieves also included a nerdy black computer hacker, an Asian guy with a Fu Manchu mustache, and an American who looked a lot like Huey Lewis.
** ''Film/DieHardWithAVengeance''. While the film's villain, Simon Gruber, doesn't quite fit this trope in terms of his {{mook}}s (they're all Germans and Slavs, with a token Hungarian as second-in-command), John [=McClane=] uses this description to convince Zeus to help him. [=McClane=] lies and tells Zeus that Simon put a bomb in Harlem (he actually put it in Chinatown), saying, "This guy doesn't care about skin color even if you do.".
* In ''Film/KickAss'', Frank D'Amico's organization is comprised out of Italians, Hispanics, blacks and whites.
** In [[Film/KickAss2 the sequel]] his son follows the same philosophy when he creates the Toxic Mega Cunts, [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain despite the way he talks]].
* ''Film/XMen'':
** The members of the Brotherhood of Mutants in ''Film/XMenTheLastStand'' are very diverse. Psylocke and Quill are Asian, Arclight is Hispanic, Spike is black, and that's not even counting all the nameless {{Mooks}}.
** In ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', Sebastian Shaw's Hellfire Club ''apears'' multiethnic but look again and you'll see only one category; mutants. Shaw saves his racism for {{Muggles}}.
* Loki's henchmen in ''Film/TheAvengers'' seem fairly diverse racially. Where they're from is never specified though; {{Hawkeye}} just refers to them as enemies of ComicBook/{{SHIELD}}
* ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'' (and ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'') reveals that while [[spoiler:HYDRA, as an offshoot of Nazi Germany and being mostly (or entirely) composed of Germans was therefore pretty much all white back during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo, these days obviously doesn't care about the ethnic or racial origins of its members. This likely reflects the position of its founder, Johann "the Red Skull" Schmidt, who was clearly dismissive of Hitler's beliefs (not to mention of Hitler).]]
* Played with in ''DickTracy'', at least out-of-universe. While Big Boy Caprice's alliance of gangsters is almost totally monochromatic, he does include the ape-like Influence (played by Puerto Rican actor Henry Silva) and makes him the fourth-ranked member of the entire gang. (Caprice also has the female gangster Texie Garcia working for him, but she makes only a token appearance; otherwise, Caprice is ''very'' contemptuous of women.) Meanwhile, the only non-white "good guy" seen in the entire film is a [[AsianStoreOwner Chinese shop owner]] whom Tracy saves from Ribs Mocca.
* The raiders who invade the mall in ''Film/DawnOfTheDead'' are not only multiracial but also have women in their ranks fighting on equal terms with the guys. It's quite notable when you consider not only that they're a [[AllBikersAreHellsAngels Hell's Angels-ish]] biker gang, but also the racist cop in the beginning and even when the movie came out.

* EvilOverlord Sauron's empire in ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' had armies of Orcs, Trolls, Uruk-Hai, Easterlings, Southrons, Haradrim, Corsairs and Wild Men. Plus we are told that he even had even more allies and trade relations beyond that. The Good Guys (outside of the heroes) consisted of the light-skinned Men of Gondor and Men of Rohan, the Elves, the ents, the dwarves, ''and'' allied nations of Men. Despite what some critics have said, some of these allied nations' folk are explicitly described as darker-skinned than the folk of Gondor. Tolkien recognized the UnfortunateImplications of having all the black and swarthy men on the evil side (in ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'' some fight on either side) and suggested in ''Literature/{{Unfinished Tales|of Numenor and Middleearth}}'' that the other two Wizards of the Order were at work in the distant South and East helping good folk of those races resist Sauron's domination.
* ''Literature/TheTurnerDiaries'' has, as its villains, the System, a group that espouses multiculturalism and consists of every non-white group in the country (led by the Jews). The book ends with The Order, a gang of white supremacists led by the eponymous Turner, overthrowing the System and committing genocide against all non-whites and "race traitors" in the country (and later, the ''world''). Mind you, these are the ''[[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop good guys]]''. The writer was William Luther Pierce, the former head of the white supremacist National Alliance, and it also inspired a number of white supremacist gangs and terrorist groups, including one that took its name (the Order) from that of the group in the book.
* In ''[[Literature/NightWatch Day Watch]]'', there are a group of dark wizards, called the Regin brothers, who belong to the family chronicled in NorseMythology and Wagner's Ring Cycle. While the family is of Scandinavian descent, the brothers themselves were all children adopted from poverty in various countries, and who had magical talent. So, you get [[BlackVikings black, South American, etc. vikings]].
* In the ''Literature/{{Ripliad}}'' series, Tom Ripley, the VillainProtagonist, is a textbook sociopath who for all his affability manages to destroy a number of peoples' lives. In between his villainy, he likes to go to a "workingman's bar" in the French village in which he lives. Two of the frequent customers are a far leftist and rightist who don't agree on anything except their hatred of non-white immigrants. Tom finds this racism highly offensive.
* In ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour'', ''the book'' goes:
--> "In principle, membership of these three groups is not hereditary. The child of Inner Party parents is in theory not born into the Inner Party. Admission to either branch of the Party is by examination, taken at the age of sixteen. Nor is there any racial discrimination, or any marked domination of one province by another. Jews, Negroes, South Americans of pure Indian blood are to be found in the highest ranks of the Party, and the administrators of any area are always drawn from the inhabitants of that area."
* PlayedWith in ''Literature/HarryPotter'': [[BigBad Voldemort's]] Death Eaters are largely driven by "blood purity" and FantasticRacism against Muggle-borns. On the other hand, it's a plot point that they build their ranks by allying with giants, goblins and werewolves, whom the ostensibly-good Ministry of Magic treats questionably at best. (Also dementors, but they [[TheSoulless really aren't people]].) On the ''other'' other hand, though, these races are still kind of second-class citizens among the Death Eaters ([[FullyEmbracedFiend Fenrir Greyback]] still can't officially join, and Voldemort openly sneers at his [[TheDragon Dragon]] having a werewolf in-law), and Voldemort's mistreatment of a [[SlaveRace house-elf]] [[EvenMooksHaveLovedOnes ultimately helps bring his downfall]].
** WordOfGod also confirms that wizards of any moral standing generally don't care about actual race, sexuality, etc.
* In ''JonathanStrangeAndMrNorrell'', the [[TheFairFolk gentleman with thistle-down hair]] becomes fixated on a handsome black man and finds it bizarre that English society would hate him for his skin color. It all falls in line with his BlueAndOrangeMorality.
* In ''{{Everworld}},'' the [[LadyLand Amazons]] (much like the [[BlackVikings Vikings]]) are portrayed as being largely multi-ethnic, since they mate with whatever men they happen to conquer. Their egalitarianism is [[StrawFeminist limited to women]], of course.
* In ''Literature/WarriorCats'', the Dark Forest is made up of cats from all four Clans, which are treated like races in the series.
* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', the Brave Companions (aka the Bloody Mummers) mercenary band of Vargo Hoat includes killers from all over the world, including several free cities (contrasted with the feudalism of Westeros).
* In Jon Land's ''The Council Of Ten'', the BigBad plans to hold a meeting with the leaders of the ten strongest terrorist organizations in the world, and convince them that while they may make noise about advancing their religious or ethnic or ideological groups, what they're ''really'' after is simply power; and that if they all unite under him, they'll be strong enough to take it. The heroes crash the conference before anything can be decided.
* The ''Literature/AgeOfFire'''s Red Queen is willing to draw her minions from all races and species (even those she [[FantasticRacism looks down on]]), in sharp contrast to previous BigBad [[ANaziByAnyOtherName the Wyrmmaster]].
** [[AntiVillain The Copper]] doesn't think much of the hominid races (to be fair, he has [[FreudianExcuse pretty good reasons]]), but that doesn't stop him from employing any and all of them as servants, even going so far as ending a long-standing feud with the demen by getting them to agree to serve as the Dragon Empire's EliteMooks. And he'll even employ creatures considered vermin (such as bats and rats), since he finds them useful.
* In ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'', the [[MurderInc Assassins' Guild]] is this, at least with respect to admitting women and all human ethnicities. There hasn't been any mention on their policy towards non-humans, although [[FantasticRacism if it's like Ankh-Morpork as a whole]] they may not let them in.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* Since ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]'' focuses on matters of terrorism, a rather sensitive topic these days, the producers are wary of staying on any particular race or nationality of villain for too long. Sure, Islamic Arabs have come up in more than one season, but usually not two seasons in a row, and usually it is revealed about halfway into the season that they're actually just Mooks in a larger plan. The larger plan will be headed either by a whiter nation or some rogue Americans--something that itself has been criticized ("Look, if you're going to portray Arab Muslims as the enemy, do you ''have'' to make them subordinate to some white guy?"). At the very least, there are always a few Americans in the villain's employ. Also, expect a balancing {{Aesop}} to even things out when the producers feel guilty about who the villain is.
* Along with WesternTerrorists, used ''a lot'' by earlier seasons of ''{{Spooks}}''. Probably the most {{egregious}} example is the fictitious terrorist group Shining Dawn.
* The Goa'uld of ''Series/StargateSG1'' generally pose as Egyptian Gods, and while there are a number of dark-skinned hosts and Jaffa, they also have lighter-skinned races and cultures, including Goa'uld posing as Chinese and Greek gods. Which makes perfect sense for the Goa'uld - they grab host bodies from whatever's around but their identity doesn't change. After all, we 'all look alike to them'.
* ''Series/BlakesSeven'' regularly featured women in high-ranking roles in the evil Federation, most notably Supreme Commander Servalan.
* The gang that forms out of the Level 5 escapees on ''Series/{{Heroes}}''.
* In ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', the [[spoiler:''Second'']] [[BigBad Source of All Evil]] has a pretty diverse group of underlings. Pretty much the only bad guys he didn't accept in his group were vampires and harpies; he originally let the harpies into his group, but then one of them tried to kill [[spoiler:his wife]]. After that, he cut them out (and cut ''off'' their leader's hand). The vampires, however, had a [[VampireMonarch queen]] who refused to serve him.
* ''Space Cops'' is set on a planet with 3 species: humans, blues and crocs. Both cops and criminals were equal opportunity employers and to emphasize the point, each week, the criminal gang was led by a committee of 3, one of each species. One episode, the Crime of the Week was racism, so TPTB had to invent a 4th species of SpaceJews for the criminals to be racist at. The worst thing is that the 4th species never appeared in any subsequent episodes. Therefore, the cops defeated ONE gang of ThoseWackyNazis, but ultimately, the Space Nazis won.
* The shadowy gangster known as The Greek in the second season of ''TheWire'' employs the Greek Vondas, the Ukrainian Sergei, and the Israeli Etan, among others, and he deals with the Polish-American Frank Sobotka and the African-American drug kingpin Prop Joe. And in the end, [[spoiler:he wasn't even Greek]].
* ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire'' places some emphasis on the willingness of gangsters at the time to work with different racial and ethnic groups. Nucky Thompson is an Irish Catholic politician/gangster and he walks a fine line between appeasing the racist [[=WASP=]] political elite and supporting the working class blacks whose votes he needs to win elections. On the criminal front his organization mostly consist of crooked Irish cops and politicians but he is closely allied with Chalky White's black gang. In Chicago he has strong contacts among the Italian gangsters and in New York he has an uneasy relationship with the Jewish Arnold Rothstein. Rothstein's primary mooks are the Italian Lucky Luciano and the Jewish Mayer Lansky who are best of friends and just like their mentor have no hangups about doing business with other ethnicities.
* The ''Series/AlienNation'' TV series had a [[FantasticRacism multiethnic human-supremacist group.]]
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'': While your mileage may vary on how evil the Peacekeepers are as a whole, they are often the bad guys and they are quite diverse. Mixed gender battle groups, plenty of female officers, a rainbow of colors...pretty much the only thing they don't allow are non-Sebaceans (Scorpius is VERY special.)
* Discussed in ''Series/CoronationStreet''. [[ManipulativeBitch Tracy Barlow]] snipes at MistakenForRacist Paul Kershaw. When Tracy is called a hypocrite, she explains that she [[HatesEveryoneEqually insults everybody equally]].
* Zig-Zagged in ''Series/CriminalMinds'', the vast majority of [=UnSubs=] are white males, much like RealLife serial killers who are overwhelmingly part of that demographic, but there have been a decent number of female [=UnSubs=] and a handful of minority [=UnSubs=].
* This is a big part of what makes the titular gang in ''Series/SonsOfAnarchy'' [[ALighterShadeOfGray the easiest biker gang in the show to actually like]]. They commit some undeniably heinous crimes over the course of the series, but they're also the most diverse gang in Charming. In contrast to the all-Latino Mayans, the all-Black Niners and the White Supremacist Nords, the Sons freely accept a Jewish member (Bobby) and a Latino member ("Juice") into their upper ranks, and the earliest episodes have them cooperating with [[TheCommissionerGordon Black sheriff Vic Trammell]].

[[folder:Music Videos]]
* The MichaelJackson videos "Beat It" and "Bad" both have multi-ethnic streetgangs on the verge of fighting each other before going into heavily choreographed dance numbers instead.
** Also applies to the Weird Al Yankovic parodies of each video.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'':
** Chaos accepts/corrupts everyone, regardless of gender, race, age, ability, social standing, or species (though the main species other than humans are conveniently resistant or immune); as long as you can prove yourself to the Dark Gods, magnificent and terrible power is yours for the taking. It's part of the reason so many willingly defect from the Imperium, as at least Chaos gives you a ''chance'' of improving your lot in life.
** While [[TheEmpire the Imperium]] is rigidly classist, [[FantasticRacism xenophobic]] to the core, and being a "mutant" will get you executed at best, they will hire any colour of human at all ([[HumansAreWhite when the colours that aren't describable as "white" appear, at least]]) as well as accepted Abhuman variants like Ogryn or Ratlings, and women are in every position available, from Guardsmen (Guardswomen?) to Planetary Governors to [[StateSec Inquisitors]].
** The Tau have a British Empire sort of deal - they'll hire anyone from the worlds they've conquered, but colonials will get a bit of a rough deal.
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':
** Stock incompetent villains of ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', Zhentarim. They're bad, sometimes mad, used to serve a God Of {{Evil Overlord}}s and ended up with a pair of even worse ones. But their armies and poisoned knives work for a simple strategical purpose: power to ''control the trade''. As such, The Black Network is understanding as to the strange tastes of its subsidiaries, but [[http://www.wizards.com/dnd/article.asp?x=fr/fx20010403e when]] things like [[FantasticRacism hostility to nonhumans]] threaten the trade, Zhent high-ups remind the locals their style is about "AnOfferYouCantRefuse", not "A StronglyWordedLetter". For that matter, an elf Ashemmi is one of their top-ranked wizards and Sememmon's consort.
*** Xanathar's Thieves' Guild (actually, more slavers than thieves): [[http://www.wizards.com/dnd/images/CnD/144.jpg here]] you can see their high-ups including beholder (or rather [[LargeAndInCharge Elder Orb]]) boss, a dwarf and a half-drow, the rest of the bunch are humans. Not depicted: doppleganger (or is it?), half-orc, gargoyle.
** The humanoid tribes from {{Mystara}}'s Broken Lands, though each is numerically dominated by a specific majority race, often include substantial minorities of other D&D humanoids.
** A somewhat tongue-in-cheek editorial in an old issue of ''Dragon'' magazine pointed this out as a benefit of having devils and demons in D&D: they make great villainous equal-opportunity employers because they honestly couldn't care less what their "native" agents on the Prime Material Plane look like as long as they serve their purpose.
** The Five Nations of TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} are rather integrated, at least among the common humanoid races, so several villainous groups (such as the Emerald Claw or some Dragon Below cults) have a nicely varied make-up as well. The Inspired rulers of Riedra are also fairly unbiased in their general oppression, settling for mere dictatorial tyranny over anyone who bows down to them and cold extermination for anyone who doesn't.
* Some of the street gangs in TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}} accept a diverse mix of ethnicities and/or metatypes, often because they're united by their [[GangOfHats Hats]] rather than their backgrounds (e.g. all-decker gangs).
* In ''TabletopGame/WerewolfTheApocalypse'', the Wyrm isn't choosy about those he recruits into his ranks. Corrupted shapeshifters, spirits, and humans of all backgrounds are welcome.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* This is the founding principle of Hebijo Academy from ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'': "Where good favors few, evil accepts all". In other words, they'll take anybody who pays the entrance fee while good shinobi academies only accept those who have a clean record and are already training to be ninja. Of course, this means that Hebijo gets the drop-outs, losers, psychos, and people who wandered in off the street, so they have to compensate with TrainingFromHell.
** Hebijo has no problem whatsoever admitting student who enroll ''openly intending to murder'' another student. If a student who's been there longer can't guard against such assassinations, it's their own damn fault. Shinovi Versus reveals this even extends to teachers.
** It's worth noting that "evil" here is [[GreyAndGreyMorality a borderline misnomer]]. "Evil" Shinobi just take corporate contracts when they graduate instead of government ones.
* Many of the evil organisations in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', to the point that the racist organisations like the Scarlet Crusade or the Grimtotem are the ''exception''. Criminal organisations such as the Defias Brotherhood, the Venture Co. or the Bloodsail pirates employ members from the Alliance (mostly humans) and the Horde (orcs, undeads...) as well as non-aligned races (ogres, gnolls) as mercenaries, while cults like the Shadow Council, the Cult of the Damned, the Wyrmcult or the Twilight's Hammer accept anybody fanatic/hungry for power/nihilist or stupid enough to join them. This can lead to some FridgeLogic when overwhelmingly good races like the [[AlwaysLawfulGood Draenei]] show up as members of the Twilight's Hammer.
* ''VideoGame/EvilGenius'' takes this into an interesting combination. Henchmen can indeed be picked from anywhere in the world, but the [[YouAllLookFamiliar limited number of models]] means that minions all look identical. However, clicking and zooming on a minion gives a mini biography, and shows that each has a different name and last name, many are Anglo-Saxon, Latin, and Asian. Clearly, the Evil Genius may be a heartless power seeker, willing to execute minions [[YouHaveFailedMe at the drop of a hat]], but (s)he values diversity, or at least [[BadBoss regards everyone else with equal contempt]]. Lampshaded in-game, where a couple of the Acts of Infamy point out that the Evil Organization is equal-opportunity, and thus will spread pain and misery in equal amounts to everyone. One mission involves burning down a national park, if only because "we've been focusing on urban mayhem lately."
* The Nazis in ''VideoGame/{{Bloodrayne}}'' are surprisingly diverse for, well, [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazis]]. Their leadership includes among their ranks two women (one of whom is Asian), a pair of disabled people, a freakish 10-foot-tall cyborg, and an 80-year old man.
* Once, the ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' developers held a poll as to whether they should add more gender equality to enemy groups, or simply add more, different enemy groups to the game. The latter won out in the end, and most players think the groups have enough gender and racial diversity to fit them thematically- while street gangs and {{Mafia}} and {{Yakuza}}-ish syndicates tend to be boys-only clubs in RealLife (with a few exceptions), the Crey Corporation is as politically correct as you'd expect an EvilCorporation to be (and the CorruptCorporateExecutive running the whole show is female), the Arachnos army has plenty of men and women on the front lines, and the heroic paramilitary Longbow corps and Vanguard are both run by women and staffed by many. And as of a recent issue, even ''Ancient Romans'' have female soldiers in the ranks.
* ''Franchise/MetalGear'': Throughout. The very first QuirkyMinibossSquad contained two Russians, a Brit, a German, an Inuit, and an American, and from then on teams get even weirder. In context, probably Dead Cell are the strangest, with an openly bisexual Romanian and a black woman as the two team leaders in what was originally a [=SEALs=] unit.
* The 3rd Street Saints in the eponymous ''VideoGame/SaintsRow'' series, from ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2'' you'll find members of any race and gender wearing purple. The enemy gangs include all genders but are orientated towards one particular race to suit their theme (Brotherhood - White, The Ronin - Asian, The Sons of Samedi- Hispanic). Then in the sequel you have the all-male Luchadores, the Deckers who have male cannon fodder and female Specialists and the Morningstar who have all gender members. The Saints once again welcome anyone with a taste for mayhem and violence and you're free to customize the gang's members anyway you wish. Thanks to the myriad of customization options in ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'', you could have a gang made up entirely of [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom fursuiters]]. The Saints don't judge.
* Villains in the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series are known to contain a variety of different evil minions. The most famous being of course, Bowser, whose Mooks include giant mushrooms, giant turtles, evil man-eating plants, squids of varying sizes, evil fish, ghosts, and some games have enemies unique to them.
* In ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'', Dracula's evil army contains the undead, classic horror monsters, virtually every mythological monster you can think of, and various other enemies that all fit into other categories. Oh, and ''[[TheGrimReaper Death]]'', [[TheDragon of course]].
* The Warlock/Dungeon town in HeroesOfMightAndMagic contains a wide variety of creatures of the course of the series, which include harpies, minotaurs, centaurs, hydras, hot dark elves, and their signature unit, dragons. The Barbarians of I and II were also somewhat free in their hiring, featuring goblins, orcs, trolls, ogres, cyclopes and wolves (and a large number of human heroes) - all traditional [[TheHorde horde-related creatures]], but better than just undead. III removed the barbarians/Stronghold from the evil camp, and the new [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Inferno]] town wasn't quite so inclusive[[note]]But more inclusive than it might seem at first glance, the RPG series revealing that efreet, gogs and imps (and probably hellhounds, as well) were not invading aliens that arrived in a Night of Shooting Stars.[[/note]]
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', [[TheDragon Arl Howe's]] servants include qunari mercenaries, elves and even mages. The latter two are both heavily discriminated against in the setting. In fact, Howe doesn't seem to care who he employs, so long as they're … morally flexible. (As one city guard says, Howe's men are "worse than the criminals we arrest. Some of them ARE the criminals we arrest.") He doesn't actually think any higher of elves than the average human in the setting, dismissing them as "animals" if the City Elf Warden confronts him with what he had done to the Alienage.
** Tevinter,the local EvilEmpire [[TheMagocracy Magocracy]], were built on the backs of innumerable [[EnslavedElves elven slaves]] and are still heavily involved in clandestine operations to kidnap or covertly buy elves from the officially slave free south. But they gladly will, and do, enslave people from any race. It's just that elves, being second-class citizens at best, are much easily acquired and much of their original slave "stock" descends from the survivors of fallen Arlathan. Elven Magisters are uncommon but far from unheard of, and we even meet an elven Tevinter solider who identifies as a Tevinter first and an elf second.
* The {{Colonel Badass}}es from ''[[VideoGame/JustCause Just Cause 2]]'' have Chinese, Indians and Malays in their numbers, if the names are any indication.
* Mad King Ashnard of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance]]'' was said to hire any powerful men without regard for their backgrounds or motives, in accordance with his SocialDarwinist beliefs.
* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' plays this seemingly straight for the 11th century [[AncientConspiracy Templars]], featuring both Arabs and European Crusaders in their ranks. However, it's downplayed in the spinoff sequel ''Bloodlines'', where former [[ActionGirl high-ranking Templar Maria]] has now lost her status and is pretty much hunted, since she no longer has Robert de Sable to keep her in despite the No Women Allowed rule.
* The racist FirstPersonShooter ''EthnicCleansing'' has you fighting a force composed of black, Latino and Jewish enemies. Like the ''Literature/TheTurnerDiaries'' example above (the game contains a speech by that book's writer as an EasterEgg), the enemies are depicted as evil ''because'' they are equal opportunity. This trope also crops up in the SpiritualSuccessor ''White Law'', which is primarily an AuthorTract railing against multiculturalism and race-mixing.
* ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' and [[VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes2DesperateStruggle its sequel]] feature very diverse enemies in terms of ethnicity, lifestyle, etc. In between the two, they included an old Soviet Cosmonaut, a black girl with a Japanese name, a straight-up Japanese man, an English schoolgirl, an all-American quarterback, a character actor, a Polish magician, a German punk-rock star, a black Irish cult leader, and an amputee/fashion model/marine, just to name a few.
* Goblins in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' frequently kidnap children of other races, and raise them as productive goblin citizens who advance [[KlingonPromotion normally in goblin society]] and abide by goblin societal norms. This can reach such an extreme as to circle into inversion, in which none of the members of a goblin community are goblin by blood, and may be homogeneously elves, humans or even dwarves. The only exception is one aversion; only full blooded goblins seem to become priests, and they may be the only racial goblins present at a nominally goblin settlement.
* In ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'', despite being based in a Chinese city [[spoiler:and explicitly being under the control of a Triad leader]], the Harvester street gang has a large amount of American accented [[ScaryBlackMan Scary Black Men]] (who ironically call ''Jensen'' "gwailo" or "laowai", Chinese racist terms for "foreigner"). Also, the five main bad guys you face are composed of an Afro-Russian, a Southern-American, an Israeli super-soldier, a [[spoiler:Chinese business woman and a knighted Englishman.]] Evil comes in many flavors.
* In ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars II'', a single pirate encounter can see you facing craft from all the different racial factions.
* The Dark Brotherhood in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' is the second most racially-diverse faction in the game (first is the [[WizardingSchool College at Winterhold]]).. Among their ranks are a werewolf, a lizard man (argonian), a dark elf, a vampiric child, an elderly (Imperial) man, a Redguard (black guy), and the leader is a presumably-30-something Nord (white) woman. The Dragonborn (PC) can choose to be any race and will still be accepted in their ranks (although this is true for every faction in the game). And, of course, the Brotherhood is basically an assassin cult.
** The [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Thalmor]] and the [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized Forsworn]], while genocidally racist, appear to have pretty liberal views on gender. The Thalmor ambassador to Skyrim is a woman, and you'll encounter plenty of female Thalmor soldiers and wizards in the wild. The Forsworn also have female warriors and mages that are no less [[DemonicSpiders murderous]] than their male allies.
* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'', the Lin Kuei seem to be this; they [[spoiler:ally with Shao Khan]] and the prominent Lin Kuei we see are from various backgrounds, such as Sektor (Chinese), Cyrax (Botswanan), Bi-Han (original Sub-Zero/Noob Saibot) and Kwai Liang (second Sub-Zero) (both Chinese-American), and Smoke (Czech).
* In ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'', while many of the villainous groups are racially-exclusive (and in the case of the Flame Legion and the Sons of Svanir, only accept men), both the regular seafaring pirates and the [[SkyPirate Aetherblades]]) are very diverse, much like pirate crews in real life.
* In ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'', while YHVH is a KnightTemplar MadGod, he is utterly consumed by his desire for egalitarianism. His subordinates, not really understanding his will, have occasionally fostered the birth of several highly classist societies. The moment He sees what's going on, all of that is ''immediately'' thrown out of the window en lieu of an effort to make ''everyone'' equal.
* The [[EvilInc Umbrella Corporation]] of ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'' makes it quite clear on [[http://residentevil.wikia.com/Wanted_Ad several]] [[http://residentevil.wikia.com/Regulations_for_Trainees occasions]] that they don't care what color, gender, or flavor you are so long as you meet their [[PlayingWithSyringes decidedly]] [[TestedOnHumans evil]] [[MadScientist criteria]] for employment.
* [[Franchise/CarmenSandiego V.I.L.E.]] has boasted villains of all ages, genders, nationalities, and even a couple who weren't human- and of course, their leader is a Hispanic woman herself.
* In ''[[VideoGame/SplinterCell Splinter Cell Blacklist]]'', the Engineers are mentioned to be borderless. While most of the higher-ups are Arabs, their leader is British, and the regular footgrunts include (Judging by their accents) Arabs, British, Mexicans, Slovakians, and even Americans (Whose country the Engineers are terrorizing).

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In [[http://www.drunkduck.com/Cwens_Quest/index.php?p=494901 this]] page of CwensQuest the villains make it clear they do judge anyone in a speech to rally the team members to slaughter a village down the last child.
* The Slavers in ''{{Webcomic/Lightbringer}}'' seem to be predominantly Caucasian, but Lightbringer notes that its members come from all sorts of different races. This probably has to do with how they began as a group of unrelated gangs.
* ''Webcomic/LastRes0rt'' has the [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furry variant]] of this trope: the [[ChurchOfHappyology Star Org]] isn't just made up of several different species, it also contains several alien species that aren't seen anywhere else. Enforced by a cameo drive (to raise funds for the first book) where fans submitted their fursonas (most of which were not of a species already featured in the story) to sign up and be featured as mooks and officers in the Star Org.
* Team Evil from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' is surprisingly inclusive. It is willing to employ or work with goblins, hobgoblins, ogres, ghasts, zombies, chimeras, mind flayers, humans, succubi, drow elves, kobolds, dwarves, half-orcs, and others. Ironically enough, Xykon is much more tolerant than [[AntiVillain Redcloak]], who dislikes humans and hobgoblins. [[spoiler:He got over the latter.]]
* The [[TheEmpire Veslian]] armies from ''Webcomic/DarkWings'' will hire anyone or anything that can kill Veslin's enemies.
* The trolls in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' seem to be pretty thoroughly egalitarian when it comes to gender: they're just [[FantasticRacism terribly strict about the roles and rights of different blood castes.]] This trope is pretty well justified when it comes to sex: trolls are born in hatcheries en masse, with no knowledge of their genetic parentage, and any romantic coupling (male/female, female/female, male/male) is equally viable for breeding. Since biological gender became completely irrelevant to them ages ago, it makes sense that they don't feel the need to split up their galaxy-conquering firepower with sexism. Officially, anyway; according to Porrim Maryam, the fact that the trolls are ruled by an empress does not make the lower blood ranks less patriarchal.
* Although ''Webcomic/SturgeonsLaw'' is trying to take over or destroy the world, the company's workforce is quite diverse in race and gender.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Although the USA of ''DecadesOfDarkness'' are an ever-expanding, slaveholding empire that makes peons of most Mexicans and other Latin Americans, some Hispanics from rich families manage to rise to the top -- Alvar O'Brien (Álvaro Obregón) even becomes president as early as 1932.
* The EvilOverlordList specifically recommends being this; recruiting people of both genders and all races into your Legions of Terror, allowing handicapped people to work for you to prevent a few common mistakes, and spreading oppression and terror equally amongst all your subjects, and not singling out a specific group who will form the core of a rebellion.
* Dragonstorm, the enemy organization of SF [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom furry]] role play ''DarwinsSoldiers'', has shown in its ranks examples of almost every species yet introduced. Of course, so does every other faction; cross-species racism is almost never touched upon.
* [[Franchise/StarWars Darth Vader]] in WebVideo/EpicRapBattlesOfHistory might count. He claims to have a "homeboy in Israel" (although he may have made that up to taunt Hitler), and the second Vader vs. Hitler video portrays him allied with a GeniusCripple.
* The ''WebVideo/HardlyWorking'' sketch "Secret Society" involves a secret organization of "lady punchers." One of them is [[FemaleMisogynist a woman]], and uses this trope as an explanation.
* In [[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]]'s review of ''While She Was Out,'' he derides the fact that the gangsters constitute a [[FiveTokenBand Four Token Band]].
-->"That's the most culturally diverse gang I've ever seen!"
* This is noted as one of the ironies of ''The Elfslayer Chronicles''. Despite being portrayed as [[DesignatedHero sparkly homophilic environmentalists]], the Elves of the aforementioned Chronicles are pretty racially exclusive, while the [[DesignatedVillain greedy homophobic human empire]] has dwarves, half-orcs, tieflings, and (presumably) full orcs as fully accepted members of society.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', among the series four {{Elemental Nation}}s, EvilEmpire the [[PlayingWithFire Fire]] Nation has integrated women into their armed forces (though only in the homeland, not the occupying army), none of them question being ordered around by a teenage girl, and even their [[FridgeHorror prisons]] are [[PrisonRape unisex]]. Contrast this with the Northern Water Tribe, which didn't even allow women to learn combative [[MakingASplash Waterbending]] until Southern Tribemember Katara forced the issue, and the Earth Kingdom, which doesn't have any women in positions of power. And though the typical Fire Nation policy and attitude towards other nations is essentially racist, Princess Azula is quite willing to employ the Dai Li (the [[DishingOutDirt Earthbender]] SecretPolice of Ba Sing Se, whose ruthlessness she admires), and even returns to the homeland with a personal contingent of them.
* SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' has the titular Avatar visit multicultural Republic City, where criminal gangs are common. While some seem to be racially exclusive, the [[TheTriadsAndTheTongs Triple Threat Triads]] each consist of a Firebender, Waterbender and Earthbender. (Compare the police force, which used to be entirely Earthbenders, but is now more diverse.)
** Amon's Equalist movement seems to accept people of any background, so long as they aren't benders (though they are, of course, also willing to attack non-benders who get in their way).
** Similarly, the Red Lotus will take anyone who proves to be sufficinelty dedicated and useful
* ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'' spoofs this with a film that Jay is reviewing; a [[PoliticalCorrectnessGoneMad politically correct]] Film/JamesBond film, ''[[Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService On His or Her Majesty's Secret Service]]''. Bond brags that he was able to convince Ernst Blofeld to start hiring midgets, homosexuals, and the blind. He is immediately attacked by a blind midget homosexual, whom he directs to the next room over.
* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Excellence In Broadcasting" with Brian being attacked by a racially diverse ThemeParkVersion of a criminal gang.
* Cobra in ''WesternAnimation/GIJoe'' is made up of people from all corners of the world, with Cobra Commander himself being one of the only white American males. In the original Marvel/Sunbow cartoons, at least, Cobra is predominantly filled with Caucasian males; women are notably absent from the rank-and-file Cobra Vipers, and the partially-exposed face masks they wear make the absence of dark skin obvious. There are a few noticeable (and generally uncommented on, curiously enough) exceptions with Cobra troopers--most prominently in the episode "Spell of the Siren," with Cobra ''and'' the Joes forming ad hoc {{Amazon Brigade}}s of their female [[RedShirt unnamed low-ranking troops]] after most of the men are zombified.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderman'', Tombstone is a ScaryBlackMan ''and'' an EvilAlbino. His bodyguards are black men and women.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', one of the mooks of Baron von Ünderbheit explains that in Ünderland, both men and women are required to serve in the Baron's army between ages 12 and 36 (at age 37, they are executed). All of the Baron's mooks to appear on-screen seem to be male, however. (Except [[CrossesTheLineTwice Girl Hitler]], who leads the TerribleTrio[=/=]QuirkyMinibossSquad [[spoiler:and later LaResistance]].)
* The [[LegionOfDoom Masters of Evil]] in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' are quite diverse. Among the group's members are Baron Zemo (German Nazi...[[NoSwastikas sorry, HYDRA agent]] from UsefulNotes/WorldWar2), the Abomination (English citizen of Russian descent), Radioactive Man (Chinese), Enchantress (Asgardian woman), and Chemistro (African American).
* In ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice,'' [[OmniscientCouncilOfVagueness the Light]] seems to be some kind of [[TheSocialDarwinist human-supremacy group]], but doesn't limit itself to any specific kind of human: there's white (SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor), white Atlantean ([[EvilPrince Ocean Master]]), white Frenchman ([[BrainInAJar the Brain]]), Arab ([[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen Bee]]), black ([[DragonAscendant Black Manta]]), Asian ([[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans Ra's al-Ghul]]), and an AmbiguouslyBrown caveman (VandalSavage). They also let in [[HumanoidAbomination Klarion]], who is not, technically, a human at all (and is mostly in it ForTheLulz).
* The Jokerz in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' seem to take anyone with a sick sense of humour, regardless of gender and ethnicity, and of the three spliced hoods in "Splicers" one's female and one's black.