If anything, the fact that most of the world’s people don’t have qualitative access to the fruits of education and technology works in capitalism’s favor. If all people had a sufficient education in this day and age, and archaic conceptions of intellectual property were abolished, we’d see constant creative booms in STEM and the arts. This would mean that sustainable technologies and labor-saving automation could be improved upon nigh-exponentially. In turn, a scenario like that would lay capitalist contradictions more visible for the lower classes of the world to see, and the system’s longevity would be put in jeopardy. Capitalism benefits from having a dispossessed, impoverished workforce that will accept whatever wage on offer, alongside the “unlimited” extraction process of capital accumulation that needs a society of dependent consumers; capitalism is not in the business of making itself obsolete.
Do you think the speculation of the Ruby Squad sent to Earth could've been the elite. I mean they wouldn't send just any Rubies, your thoughts.