After all, humanity most likely started as a middle-brown skinned race… look at history and see where the real development happened and why.
Hmmm, are you trying to say white people deserve to be privileged? If that’s the case there are many holes in that argument. First, many scientific advancement come from many parts of the world, some from the egyptians, others from China, others from England, others from India„ others from the Greeks and Romans… etc. Each civilization has done something important other has not, and our modern advances wouldn’t be possible by only one “race”.
Also as a Christians, I believe all wisdom comes from God himself, as such no one has an exclusive right of knowledge. If one nation has it, it’s their duty to share it with the rest of the worl and use it for good. In the past, the Babylonians, the Persians, the Chinese, the Egyptians andother non-white civilizations were blessed by God with great power and wisdom. Now, many first world countries are white countries. God has blessed them, and as such have the duty to use those blessings to help others. The fact that they are blessed doesn’t make them special.
That’s not entirely my point. More accurately, I think “white people” receive so much hate and animosity from all angles (keeping in mind that I look at U.S. culture. And the Internet). People complain about how white people control so much, yet they can’t seem to find representatives of their own qualified enough to take leadership. In my mind, if a group of people dislikes the leadership of another group, they need to do something in their own ranks instead of hating on the other. What really sickens me is white people who apologize for being white. Why? Because they didn’t enslave anyone! They probably didn’t murder anyone! They may only be guilty of low levels of bullying, but they have no reason to apologize because of the color of their skin. If you replaced all the references to white people in propaganda with references to other ‘races’, women, or different sexual orientations, those thoughts or writings would no longer be acceptable. The principle of the thing and the hypocrisy drive me up the wall. Because I’m a white person who has been blessed with many things – height, intelligence, good parents, etc…, and these people attack me and others like me for just being who I am. Sound familiar?
As Christians, sharing is what we are called to do. Unfortunately, the world becomes less Christian by the day. All we can truly do lies at the individual level, but in a perfect world everything would be shared justly and willingly (without government intervention – that’s evil). But for the time being, this world is not perfect.