On the helicopter, after Lenina makes a critical comment regarding the roles of Alphas and Betas, Henry claims that all are fundamentally equal. Lenina, then , remembers waking up as a young girl and hearing hypnopaedic messages. She is then reminded of the quote she brings up in this conversation which illustrates the power of mind-numbing and brainwashing repetitiveness that comprise the basis of the World State society . She also criticizes such conditioning, acknowledging that certain castes have it much better than others.
Brave New World: Henry and Lenina Discuss Caste Equality
But queer that Alphas and Betas won't make any more plants grow than those nasty little Gammas and Deltas and Epsilons down there.
All men are physical-chemically equal. Besides, even Epsilons perform indispensable services.
Every one works for every one else. We can’t do without any one. Even Epsilons are useful. We couldn’t do without Epsilons. Every one works for every one else. We can’t do without any one. . . .