Calm down, calm down. Let's go through this.
First, atheists are not trying to "fight God". They don't believe He exists, so why would they be fighting someone they don't believe exists? The people that atheists are fighting are the religious fundamentalists who insist on pushing their worldview on everyone else, and demonize those who do not believe in the exact same things they do. This happened before my time, so I'm not sure of the veracity of this, but apparently it used to be the case that both major U.S. political parties were relatively reasonable, and that calm, rational discussion was possible between Republicans and Democrats. That sort of thing would never, ever happen today, and do you know why that is? It's because religious fundamentalists have taken over the Republican Party and refuse to have any meaningful dialogue with their opponents, because they believe that their opponents are agents of Satan himself. I'm sure you rememeber that this attitude almost caused a government shutdown?
As for the statements on the historicity of Jesus, read what they're saying again. It's not as contradictory as you make it out to be. Some atheists (and some Bible scholars) believe that Jesus of Nazareth never existed. However, the mainstream consensus is still that he was a real person. Just because the founder of a religion actually existed doesn't mean that religion is true. After all, L. Ron Hubbard founded a religion, and there is much more evidence for the existence of L. Ron Hubbard than there is for Jesus, you know, considering that he lived in modern times and all, but are you a Scientologist? Neither am I. That's exactly my point. Jim Jones existed and he claimed to be God, and we all know for a fact that that isn't true. The mere existence of a religious figure does not make the religion true. I would like to point out that there are absolutely no non-Biblical accounts of Jesus' miracles, meaning that we only have Christian sources, which obviously are not unbiased. There is also no evidence for any of the Apostles in contemporary non-Christian sources either.
Atheists, for the most part, do not say that there is no evil or moral absolutes. Everyone (except for total sociopaths) acknowledges that things such as murder, rape, and child abuse are evil. I have noticed that no so-called moral relativist is completely consistent with their beliefs or takes them to their logical conclusion, so I happen to think that they're assholes. But they are not representative of all atheists. (I'd also like to point out that if you call yourself God's gift to nature, you're rather arrogant.) We know that the people and acts mentioned on your list were evil and did evil. You actually make a good point about all the social problems that still exist in the world. However, I should point out that the North Korean dictator's family name was actually Kim. Since Kim is such a common name, and one shared by his son, historians generally refer to him by his full name of Kim Il-sung. (And that wasn't the name he was given at birth, which was Kim Seong-ju. What is it with communist dictators changing their names, anyway?)
The fact that humans can be quite evil does not mean that the Garden of Eden story is true. Any number of other creation myths provide an explanation for human evil (and since you believe that supernatural causes are possible, you can't rule them all out) and the scientific consensus is that humans do evil because they evolved to survive in the wild, and thus have not overcome their base instincts. Morality evolved too, but not until later, and selfishness is hard to completely eradicate.