Consumers of Darwiniism insufficiently realize the degree to which the theory is held in place by elite control, and the way it is used to justify economic ‘indifference’, if not exploitation, and class warfare. If you can produce a theory that devalues the many, and excuses their ‘extinction’, you have an invaluable propaganda source for holding a market system in place.
Scientists know the limits of the theory, but nothing is done. Another aspect of this is the way the theory is ‘all too convenient’ for atheists.
I believe that one day the Darwinian myth will be ranked the greatest deceit in the history of science. When this happens many people will pose the question: How did this ever happen?”
Darwinism: Refutation of a Myth, p. 422
The question of human origins is a great mystery, and the dogmatic application of Darwinian theory to its study has produced a great confusion. The reductionist character of Darwinism has been made to work by postulating a creature of fiction, the survivor of the ‘survival of the fittest’ scenario, a kind of Social Darwinist untermench, also an expert, apparently, at economics of the capitalist brand. This creature has been stripped of his humanity and made into a mechanical object with no soul, free will, ethical agency, or much in the way of consciousness. Especially problematic are tendencies toward altruism. In a market economy, greed is good. A theory to make this plausible is an object of supply and demand. As the saying goes, it’s the economy, stupid.