If there is anything worse than Godless Communism, it might be Godless capitalism.
One example might be when, after the Soviet Union fell, there were several unemployed scientists and engineers who had developed their most advanced weapon systems, and saw nothing wrong with offering their services to the highest bidder, whether or not their new employer had criminal or terrorist uses of the technology in mind.
Another example might be seen when, during the Tienanmen Square protests of 1989, workers and students joined in the protests in Shanghai, which, at the time, had been deemed a free enterprize zone in order to attract foreign investment. As part of the protest, several protesters stood in front of a freight train being prepared to advance, much like more widely seen instance of an individual in Beijing stopping a column of tanks.
However, in this case, the mayor of Shanghai did not see any merit in their cause, and ordered to train to procede, which caused several casualties.
Later, the mayor expressed surprised when several foreign investors were shocked at this action, and were indicating reservations about doing business with such a regime. His justification was quite simple: this had nothing to do with politics. One must simply not tolerate individuals holding up production or transport of goods under a free enterprise system, for whatever reason.
His rationale must have made since; we still by a lot of stuff from China, and the mayor became the Primier of China.
However, it is due to this type moral vacuum that generations of State-sponsored atheism as produced, that is causing some leaders, such as in Russia, to open their doors, even that of their schools, to the moral concepts found in the Bible.
I can hardly wait to see the results when the younger, State-educated, "values-neutral," capitalists take over in this country.