Most people don’t think about the flip side of the eugenics paradigm and what it implies. If you believe that genetics determines economic or intellectual productivity and socioeconomic status, you also believe that people in lower socioeconomic strata tend to have poor genetics and thus that demographic needs to be weeded out. This explains the eugenics strategy behind artificially imposed obstacles to good health and good nutrition. For instance using QR codes to label GMO “food” https://www.wired.com/2016/07/qr-codes-gmo-labeling-actually-great-idea/ will require shoppers to have QR reading devices, which normally means some kind of smartphone. There’s your selection criterion: if you can’t afford a smartphone you’re automatically selected for disease and early death.