Nikolai Bukharin, who was one of the most powerful men on earth as well as a Russian Communist leader who took part in the Bolshevik Revolution, journeyed from Moscow to Kiev in 1930. His mission was to address a huge assembly with his subject, being atheism. For a solid hour, he aimed his verbal guns in an attempt to discredit Christianity by screaming hurling every insult and ridicule he could think of.