All of our society is organized into some kind of hierarchy, upper classes, middle class and the lower classes, government, president, vice president, congress people, ordinary people, corporations, CEOs, board members, ordinary employees, customers... It's tempting to say if you are a corporation, there are always more customers, there are always more employees, there are always more congress people, but the reality is corporations need customers and customers aren't really disposable, it'd be nice if there was genuine competition between corporations but there's not...
The whole thing must come down because while we think of one group or individual as disposable, they aren't. Because sooner or later we get to the point of the image of Martin Niemoller's quote. If we can dispose of customers or citizens or women then sooner or later they will dispose of you.
Women have been treated as disposable for years. If one woman stops being pretty/young enough, whines or spends too much, she is often gotten rid of. Only her time and DNA are important, her DNA for child production, if she is pretty, your kids have a better chance of being prettier. Her time to manage the kids, keeping the house clean, cooking, shopping for groceries...
This is why the whole hierarchical system must come down. No one should be considered disposable.
"A nation's greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members." - Mahatma Ghandi
Until we realize no one is more important than anybody else, we'll always be considered disposable. And in some ways we are all disposable, life should go on if any of us dies... We all need each other, and because we all need each other, no one is more important than another.
This is not to say that one person isn't more important than someone else at particular points in time - a baby needs it's mother completely for quite awhile after birth and all the time before birth. We all might prefer the company of one person over another person at sometime. Someone may sing certain songs better than others, be better at solving certain kinds of problems, may be more artistic or athletic... we are all unique with a different skill set.
Having a hierarchy, the type that comes with government, corporations and class structures have to be destroyed if we are going to have true equality. Ostrom researched cooperative ways to perform the same functions as corporations and some of the functions of government.