So there's this one Spanish youtuber that tries to break games playing them in the most absurd ways.
Recently he played Timberborn, a strategy and city building game in which you can replace your citizens with robots.
At the end of the video he ponders what's the most cruel way to phase out people, he considers exterminating them quickly through starvation or keeping a small amount of them to provide the robots with raw resources they might need, such as in the Triology Matrix.
Finally, he proclaims the most cruel way of getting rid of them is by providing them with the all the luxury and entertainment they desire, slowly depopulating them, rendering them "parasites or pets" (almost verbatim) until eventually the machines decide that, paraphrising him, "the least cruel way of dealing with the useless waste of resources that this creatures engage in is by getting rid of them"
This is similar to the way Nazis and Soviets talked about the disabled and rentiers respectively, for more information see "Life Unworthy of Life"/Aktion T4 and "He who does not work, neither shall he eat".
Back in my leftypol days (2017?) I predicted the rich will behave towards working class people the same way everyone has behaved towards disabled people for most of history. I believe this prediction to hold true and you can see how people with obsolete jobs (accountants, taxi drivers, truckers, writers, etc…) are treated like children.
Putting an end to Ukranian landlords (Kulaks) was one of the main reasons behind the Holodomor, and Nazi eugenic genocides were the first trials of the Holocaust (this is often ignored for obvious reasons).Post too long. Click here to view the full text.