Marxist politics often tends to reduce to this: “Everyone must become a Marxist, and then we will make the revolution”. This has advantages and disadvantages.
The Marxian tradition tends to deal with difference by excluding it. This exclusion undermines the goals of radical socialism.
From a strictly materialist, scientific view, this concept of deserving seems to involve some mystification.
I have a theory about why General Romeo Dallaire developed post-traumatic stress disorder after serving in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide there.