This was someone who had nukes versus Ahmadinejad, who merely wants them. Ahmadinejad vows to wipe Israel off the map; Khruschev vowed to wipe us off the map — by "burying" us.
Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev famously used an expression generally translated into English as "We will bury you!" ("Мы вас похороним!", transliterated as My vas pokhoronim!) while addressing Western ambassadors at a reception in Moscow in November, 1956. The translation has been controversial because it was presented as being belligerent out of context. The phrase may well have been intended to mean the Soviet Union would outlast the West, as a more complete version of the quote reads: "Whether you like it or not, history is on our side. We will bury you"—a meaning more akin to "we will attend your funeral" than "we shall cause your funeral".
Several online sources incorrectly claim that he made this statement at the United Nations General Assembly on October 11, 1960, when he is said to have pounded the table with his shoe, or with an extra shoe he had brought with him explicitly for that purpose.  (Occasionally these incorrect reports give the date October 12, the date this incident was reported in most newspapers.)
Speaking some years later in Yugoslavia, Khrushchev himself remarked, "I once said, 'We will bury you,' and I got into trouble with it. Of course we will not bury you with a shovel. Your own working class will bury you",  a nod to the popular Marxist saying, "The proletariat is the undertaker of capitalism." Khrushchev later went on to explain that socialism would replace capitalism in the same manner that capitalism itself supplanted feudalism.
In 1957, Nikita Khrushchev was feted by then-president Dwight Eisenhower. He got a 21-gun salute and a state dinner at the White House, toured Manhattan and San Francisco, even visited the set of the Frank Sinatra movie "Can-Can."
Nikita Sergeevich Khrushchev Visits San Francisco Bay Area [09-14-59 - 09-22-59, 223 negatives].
1959 [September] 15-27 Khrushchev tours US, visits President Eisenhower.
Khrushchev Trip to the U.S.
Sept 15, 1959 - Khrushchev arrived in U.S. for 13 days
-helicopter ride over D.C.
-escorted by Henry Cabot Lodge to New York
-tour of Can Can set in Hollywod (no Disneyland)
-San Francisco, Roswell Garst farm in Iowa, steel mill in Pittsburgh
-Camp David meeting with Ike - bowling unknown in USSR
-"Spirit of Camp David" - Paris summit planned
-Ike agreed that Berlin "abnormal"
-Ike polls up from 49% in '57 to 66% in '59
Well, Khrushchev had promised to wipe the U.S. off the map. ("We will bury you.") And, unlike Mr. A, who has but some possible stores of fissile material, Mr. K very much had the means, motive, and opportunity to do it—thousands of nuclear-tipped rockets aimed at every city in the land.
Excerpt from Bedwetter Nation, cited by Smart
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The USSR literally had 0 strategic ICBMs in 1959. Source.
That is most assuredly a fib. Gil, Check your sources. Check your sources. Please - check your sources!