I think this particular comment is pointing out the frequent misuse of the term "evolution" as synonymous with progression towards heightened forms of expression, which, rooted in Hegelian philosophy, quickly deteriorates into arguments for Marxist class struggle. While not explicitly stated, there is a tendency among ANUSites to view evolutionary processes teleologically.
Yup. It's social Darwinism in the broad sense of the term. Social Darwinism is correct in its conception of society as eternally hierarchical (with things such as IQ serving as a very rough indicator of individual status). It's incorrect in its conception of history as an upward or forward path (i.e., "progress").
I would venture that ANUS conceives of history (read: civilization) as an impediment to evolution. There's merit to this argument, and not only because it advocates eugenics.
Social Darwinism in the broad sense is obviously in conflict with the Vedic interpretation of history(cyclic) and, as suggested, is Hegelian/teleological. Hitler's vision of National Socialism and William Pierce's cosmotheism are as much forms of social Darwinism as American Manifest Destiny, Bolshevist Russia, or Imperial Rome. They are all ideologies of progress: of looking forward to a brighter, more glorious future. Not that they didn't revere tradition. Tradition is a foundation; it's a support structure. Sacred texts like the Bible, the Aeneid, the Communist Manifesto, the Second Treatise of Government.
But there's a different way of looking at it: mythology. "I believe in a past that never happened, and it should happen again." Arising ages, pre-classical cultures thought of history as a descent. A lost Golden Age deteriorating into a woeful morass of potenitally apocalyptic stupidity and weakness. The only thing one could do was to defy Fate before it beat one into eternal and irrefutable submission.
What does this mean for anyone reading this? Do you believe in free will? in individual responsibility? Do you believe in destiny? in ultimate purpose? Do you believe in neither?
I believe that we have to be held to be responsible for the unforeseen consequences of our actions, for example. I also believe this is tragic. Finally, I believe a lack of resolve to complete the task is worse than robotic obedience.