CULTURAL FOUNDATION

POSITIVE WHITENESS, THE FOUNDATION

(As a note, we’re always looking to bolster these articles so send more information our way to improve and expand them)

Preface: People become what they see themselves as. We’re heavily conditioned by the world around us to act and think in many ways. This self-concept is the framework for how you see yourselves in relation to the world and it defines your actions. Ideally, read this section after you have read the Why Positive Whiteness and What is Positive Whiteness sections. This section here will provide an overview of the Positive White Identity approach of Positive Whiteness but those two articles will really be able to explain the philosophical and social reasoning behind it. Then absorb the Who You Are and Culture = Identity sections to provide context to this process.  

The concept of Whiteness is an emotionally charged topic in human history and because of this, it brings on the strongest of reactions. This article will in one sense be eye-opening, in another sense uplifting, and in another sense controversial. With that said, it will be safe to say that what you read here will cause a great deal of dialogue and discussion about what this all means. Reminder: People become what they see themselves as and that is the core purpose of this section.

Note: This approach is a science and philosophy and will evolve with input from the global community to hone its effectiveness.

In this section, we point out the things people of the global White community have POSITIVELY done for the world and the human race. This is done for several purposes.

The first purpose is for White people to view themselves A: Through the lens of people who have made a positive contribution to the world and B: As people who will continue to make positive contributions to the world. It is commonly known that people attach actions to identity. So if people identify themselves or others with a specific identity, they’ll then expect specific actions with that identity.

People become the identity they see themselves as, as shown by Social Identity Theory. Social Identity Theory “refers to the ways that people’s self-concepts are based on their membership in social groups. Examples include sports teams, religions, nationalities, occupations, sexual orientation, ethnic groups, and gender.” In short, you become what you see yourself as. 

For White people in America and around the world, they are seeing themselves as a race for the first time and developing a racial identity because of itThis means our self-perception, perception of others, and thus are actions are in the process of going through great transformational change. Yet in history when Whiteness, White groups, and White individuals “used the identity”, it was to engage in various forms of tyranny and oppression. The only organizations that speak for White people and Whiteness are all organizations that have a self-identity built on domination, racism, and oppression and a view of non-White people through a negative lens. They currently are the determinative “authority” on identity for the global White community. Because of that White individuals or groups, discovering their Whiteness for the first time will take on the behavior of “this identity” to confirm to the group. This identity only manifests itself in a destructive, malicious, and negative sense. 

Positive Whiteness seeks to create a culture and system of thinking that takes people in the opposite direction. Building a White Identity on the positive things White people have done for the human race that White people can be drawn to, embody, and be inspired to do more of.

Another thing we know is that people work toward positive stimuli and away from negative stimuli. People obviously like things that make them feel good about themselves and reject things that make them feel bad about themselves. By creating and celebrating what White people have done as a community/identity by recognizing their global contributions, this has the ability to defeat the major problems we are dealing with. 

The first reason is creating a foundational identity on the positive contributions the global White community has engaged in will create that “positive stimuli” to bring people in. Draw the individual and community here and thus away from these destructive Whites organizations. People like to be a part of things that make them feel good. The second reason is they will take on this positive behavior and reject the actions of these destructive Whites organizations as we’ve described. The third reason this can work is by celebrating these accomplishments, it will serve as a motivating factor to do more good in the world. The fourth reason is it will build trust and partnership with People of Color / Non-White communities around the globe because of this framework. The fifth reason for this is it will open up White people to criticism because they will see that critique through the lens of someone who supports their best and wants them to rise even higher in the good they’re doing.

Another thing to note. While there is a great deal of wonderful and important scholarship that has been done on the negative uses of Whiteness, this article only focuses on the contributions of the White Community. This doesn’t mean these things are to be ignored. In fact, the opposite! As you’ll see below, in White Majority countries, self-criticism and free critical expression are very welcome and are integral to fixing systemic inequalities and improving the individual/society as a whole. The world is broken and we must point out what is broken to fix it. Criticism of Whiteness and the White Community should be welcomed like we criticize any other identity group. Constructive criticism of anyone should always be welcome. Our goal is to build a society that works for everyone. The purpose of this section is only to build a Positive White Identity foundation.

Now as you’ve seen so far, you might be wondering “What do you mean by ‘White’?”. The question of “Who is White” is complex and a great deal of conversation has been had about it which we highly recommend you read up on. We’ve written a separate section that gives a summary here. However, we’ll cover the basis for it here. 

The main approach to defining who is White is using a combination of the usual classification, what people self-identity out of respect to their choice of racial identity and combined with government/scientific statistics.

In short for White People: “White is a racialized classification of people and a skin color specifier, generally used for people of European origin”.

This area gets complex for Hispanic/Latin-based identities and Middle East-North African identities. The US Census Bureau for example currently has a listing of “White, Hispanic or Latino” to identify individuals from the Latin/Hispanic/South American worlds. In America, currently 58% of Hispanic Americans self-identity as White in addition to Hispanic. In Hispanic and Latin countries they have the classifications of White for those who are from Europe and/or The Middle East-North Africa (MENA) and they have a separate label called “Mestizo” for those with White and Indigenous heritage. For people who are Middle Eastern/North African, circumstances are also special. The US Census Bureau considers Middle Eastern/North African individuals to be White. Yet MENA individuals don’t see themselves as White and when presented the option 88% consider themselves Middle Eastern-North African instead of White. Further people who identify as White and Latino don’t see MENA individuals as being White either from a classification perspective. MENA groups are actively working to remove themselves from the White label and create a new label to align with their unique American and global experience. So for this initial approach individuals and populations from the Middle East and Northern Africa will be separately labeled “MENA”. 

Also to note, Positive Whiteness/Positive Identity has had some inspiration from the modern racial discussion in America and around the world. By the standards of modern times, the European origin experience is uniquely different than those of Mestizo, Middle-Eastern, North Africa, and Western Asian origins. 

Ultimately the standard approach to Whiteness and White people has been people of European origin.

In conclusion for this initial approach, “White People” will mean those of European descent.

Lastly regarding classification. Historically White people have included or excluded other groups from Whiteness for a variety of reasons. One of the negative aspects of Whiteness has been where it was used to figure out who wasn’t White and then exclude and discriminate against people who weren’t classified as White. Positive Whiteness is different. Instead, we do the opposite and we’re taking an inclusionary and empowering tact. People have the power and choice to choose how they identify as. Anyone who ultimately considers themselves White will be then considered to us, as White. Anyone who wants to be White is White.

Below will be examples of Positive White Culture, that we as a Global White Community will seek to emulate and perpetuate.

GLOBAL WHITE COMMUNITY STATISTICS & NUMBERS

“White Majority” is how we classify countries and were the ones that were counted. This was chosen as the label as many countries have non-White minorities and thus it would be inaccurate to say a country was a “White/European Nation” or such. “White Majority” was considered satisfactory as typically the countries we associate with “Whiteness” have a White Majority. As for MENA and Mestizo Majority Countries, as The Foundation article explains, they were noted but not counted in the totals and percentages. Sometimes countries will use another term instead of Mestizo for Mestizo so to simplify Mestizo will be used if they use another term. To match how many of these other countries classify their citizens, Mestizo will be in a different group than White. In the below writeup, you will notice some nations are counted on both sides. This was done because some countries have unique approaches to how they track demographics and classifications. This is explained in the “Who is White” section. This, of course, is a developing science but with Positive Whiteness defining itself as being inclusionary, these countries were counted in the totals. Debate and scholarship on this subject will be ongoing.
 
Here is the list of White Majority countries in the world.  The totals are as follows.
 
63 White Majority Countries
14 Mestizo Majority Countries
22 MENA Majority Countries
 
There are 195 countries in the world. This means White Majority countries total 32% of all countries, Mestizo Majority classified countries account for 7% and MENA Majority countries account for 11%.
 
As for the world percentage of White People, this is part of that developing science. But based on research we find that “White” people account for 16% of the world population with a total of 1.2 billion White people, giving a few percentage points and millions, either way, depending on perspective.
 
In Europe, the total population as of 2022 is 748 million people. People from AfricanMiddle-Eastern, and Asian backgrounds total 21 million but this count isn’t up to date for 2022. With the available data, the European White population number comes out to approximately 727 million.
 
In North America, the total White population between Canada, the USA, and Latin America is approximately 259 million
 
In South America, the numbers are more complex. However based on the country classification totals, the number they supply comes out to approximately 187 million.
 
Counting Australia, Oceana, South Africa, and counting the “White Diaspora” in non-White majority countries, the total amount of “Whites” in the world is a little over 1,200,000,000 a.k.a 1.2 billion. With the world population being 7.7 billion that comes out to approximately 16% of the global population.

Democracy and Republicanism

Tyranny has existed in all societies throughout human history. No matter the religion, ethnicity, race, or nation, for the vast majority of history people around the globe have lived under some form of government oppression. From the kings of ancient times to the fascists/communists of yesterday and today, the names have changed but the brutality of a government not run by “The People” stayed the same. Because of this, a profound idea formed that if The People could choose their own fate, they then would be released from the yolk of oppression. The idea is that The People have the right to self-determination, that they get to decide their own fate as a free people. This has become a high ideal for all humanity. These numbers below are meant as a way to celebrate our striving for and reaching this goal. While also understanding that all people have a duty to defend this ideal and help other nations and people make their journey there as well.
 
 
The Democracy Index is a preeminent tracker of countries where the people have achieved self-determination. You will find similar numbers across other Democratic and Republic tracking systems.
 
Of the 195(+Taiwan) countries, The Democracy Index covers 167 of them. In their tracking database, there are 62 “White Majority” countries.
 
Here are the major findings from The Democracy Index in relation to Whiteness.
 
Of the top 10 countries, 9 of them are White Majority countries with a rate of 90%. Of the 21 Full Democracies, 17 of them are White Majority countries for a rate of 80%. Of the 74 Full & Flawed Democracies, 45 are White Majority countries, which equals White Majority countries being 60% of all Full & Flawed Democracies.
 
Of the 21 Full Democracy countries, 17 of them are White Majority Countries.
 
1. Norway (White Majority)
2. New Zealand (White Majority)
3. Finland (White Majority)
4. Sweden (White Majority)
5. Iceland (White Majority)
6. Denmark (White Majority)
7. Ireland (White Majority)
8. Taiwan
9. Switzerland (White Majority)
9. Australia (White Majority)
11. Netherlands (White Majority)
12. Canada (White Majority)
13. Uruguay (White Majority)
14. Luxembourg (White Majority)
15. Germany (White Majority)
16. South Korea
17. Japan
18. United Kingdom (White Majority)
19. Mauritius
20. Austria (White Majority)
21. Costa Rica (White/Mestizo Majority)
 
Of the 54 countries from 20-74 in Flawed Democracy, 28 of them are White Majority countries.
 
22. France (White Majority)
23. Israel (White/MENA Majority)
24. Spain (White Majority)
25. Chile (White Majority)
26. United States (White Majority)
27. Estonia (White Majority)
28. Portugal (White Majority)
29. Czech Republic (White Majority)
30. Botswana
31. Italy (White Majority)
32. Cape Verde
33. Malta (White Majority)
34. Greece (White Majority)
35. Slovania (White Majority)
36. Belgium (White Majority)
37. Cyprus (White Majority)
38. Latvia (White Majority)
39. Malaysia
40. Lithuania (White Majority)
41. Trinidad and Tobago
42. Jamaica
43. East Timor
44. South Africa
45. Slovakia (White Majority)
46. India
47. Brazil (White Majority)
48. Panama (Mestizo Majority)
49. Suriname
50. Argentina (White Majority)
51. Poland (White Majority)
52. Indonesia
53. Bulgaria (White Majority)
54. Philippines
55. Namibia
56. Croatia (White Majority)
56. Hungary (White Majority)
56. Ghana
59. Colombia (White/Mestizo Majority)
60. Dominican Republic (Mestizo Majority)
61. Romania (White Majority)
62. Mongolia
63. Serbia (White Majority)
64. Lesotho
65. Guyana
66. Singapore
67. Sri Lanka
68. Albania (White Majority)
69. Moldova (White Majority)
69. Papua New Guinea
71. Peru (Mestizo Majority)
72. Thailand
73. North Macedonia
74. Montenegro
 

Of the 33 countries from 75-108 in Hybrid Regimes, 7 of them are White Majority Countries.

77. Paraguay (White Majority)
79. El Salvador (White Majority)
81. Ecuador (Mestizo Majority)
86. Ukraine (White Majority)
86. Mexico (Mestizo Majority)
89. Armenia (White Majority)
91. Georgia (White Majority)
92. Honduras (Mestizo Majority)
95. Bosnia and Herzegovina (White Majority)
98. Bolivia (Mestizo Majority)
99. Guatemala (Mestizo Majority)
103. Turkey (White Majority)
 

Of the 58 countries from 109-167 in Authoritarian Regimes, 4 of them are White Majority countries.

124. Russia (White Majority)
140. Nicaragua (White Majority)
141. Azerbaijan (White Majority)
142. Cuba (White Majority)
146. Belarus (White Majority)
 
Where White/European people and those of their origin have gone, they have been leaders in rejecting authoritarian and tyrannical systems. Instead, they have advocated and fought for democratic republics, suffrage and a government decided by the people. But there is much more to be done and our work continues.

Human Rights

All through history, the natural state of the human experience was to live without freedom. The rights of individuals and communities were few and as such the suffering was great. Our rights to live as we can be, are paramount to our ideal human existence.
 
For the global White Community, they experienced both sides of this as victims and victimizers in a world with few human rights. But soon the spark of the human want to be free created a fire that lead to great transformation as a people. In the modern era where White People have gone, they’ve become a key part in the fight to create freer and fairer societies.
 
Every year The Human Freedom Index compiles a list of countries and ranks them based on their Human Freedoms. On this list, White Majority countries have put up a fantastic record. A record which we will continue to embody and grow greater in.
 
The Freedom in the World Tracker is a long running measure of the status of how a country engages in human rights. They calculate 10 different political rights and 15 civil liberties indicators to see where a country ranks in freedom and equity. Their information is as follows. 
 
Of the top 10 countries, 10 of them are White Majority with a rate of 100%. Of the top 50 countries, White Majority countries make up 35 of them for a rate of 70%. As the human race continues to reject restrictive and captive societies, any success in granting the rights of the individual and is something worthy of global approval.
 

Country

Electoral democracy

2021

 

PR

CL

Free

Pts

Demographic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Finland *

Yes

1

1

Free

100

(White Majority)

  Norway *

Yes

1

1

Free

100

(White Majority)

  Sweden *

Yes

1

1

Free

100

(White Majority)

  New Zealand *

Yes

1

1

Free

99

(White Majority)

  Canada *

Yes

1

1

Free

98

(White Majority)

  Netherlands *

Yes

1

1

Free

98

(White Majority)

  Uruguay *

Yes

1

1

Free

98

(White Majority)

  Australia *

Yes

1

1

Free

97

(White Majority)

  Denmark *

Yes

1

1

Free

97

(White Majority)

  Ireland *

Yes

1

1

Free

97

(White Majority)

  Luxembourg

Yes

1

1

Free

97

(White Majority)

  Belgium *

Yes

1

1

Free

96

(White Majority)

  Japan *

Yes

1

1

Free

96

 

  Portugal *

Yes

1

1

Free

96

(White Majority)

  Switzerland *

Yes

1

1

Free

96

(White Majority)

  Barbados

Yes

1

1

Free

95

 

  Slovenia

Yes

1

1

Free

95

(White Majority)

  Cyprus *

Yes

1

1

Free

94

(White Majority)

  Estonia *

Yes

1

1

Free

94

(White Majority)

  Germany *

Yes

1

1

Free

94

(White Majority)

  Iceland *

Yes

1

1

Free

94

(White Majority)

  Andorra *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

(White Majority)

  Austria *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

(White Majority)

  Chile *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

(White Majority)

  Dominica

Yes

1

1

Free

93

 

  Kiribati *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

 

  Marshall Islands *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

 

  San Marino

Yes

1

1

Free

93

(White Majority)

  Tuvalu *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

 

  United Kingdom *

Yes

1

1

Free

93

(White Majority)

  Cape Verde *

Yes

1

1

Free

92

 

  Micronesia *

Yes

1

1

Free

92

 

  Palau *

Yes

1

1

Free

92

 

  Bahamas

Yes

1

1

Free

91

 

  Costa Rica *

Yes

1

1

Free

91

(White/Mestizo Majority)

  Czech Republic

Yes

1

1

Free

91

(White Majority)

  Saint Lucia

Yes

1

1

Free

91

 

  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines *

Yes

1

1

Free

91

 

  France *

Yes

1

2

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Italy *

Yes

1

1

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Liechtenstein *

Yes

2

1

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Lithuania *

Yes

1

2

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Malta *

Yes

2

1

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Slovakia *

Yes

1

1

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Spain *

Yes

1

1

Free

90

(White Majority)

  Grenada

Yes

1

2

Free

89

 

  Latvia *

Yes

1

2

Free

89

(White Majority)

  Saint Kitts and Nevis

Yes

2

1

Free

89

 

  Belize

Yes

2

1

Free

87

(Mestizo Majority)

  Greece *

Yes

1

2

Free

87

(White Majority)

  Mauritius

Yes

1

2

Free

87

 

  Antigua and Barbuda

Yes

2

2

Free

85

 

  Croatia *

Yes

1

2

Free

85

(White Majority)

  Argentina *

Yes

2

2

Free

84

 

  Mongolia *

Yes

1

2

Free

84

 

  São Tomé and Príncipe *

Yes

2

2

Free

84

 

  Monaco *

Yes

3

1

Free

83

(White Majority)

  Panama

Yes

2

2

Free

83

(White Majority)

  Romania *

Yes

2

2

Free

83

(White Majority)

  South Korea *

Yes

2

2

Free

83

 

  United States *

Yes

2

2

Free

83

(White Majority)

  Ghana *

Yes

2

2

Free

82

 

  Poland *

Yes

2

2

Free

82

(White Majority)

  Trinidad and Tobago *

Yes

2

2

Free

82

 

  Vanuatu *

Yes

2

2

Free

82

 

  Samoa *

Yes

2

2

Free

81

 

  Jamaica *

Yes

2

2

Free

80

 

  Solomon Islands *

Yes

2

2

Free

79

 

  South Africa *

Yes

2

2

Free

79

 

  Suriname *

Yes

2

2

Free

79

 

  Tonga *

Yes

2

2

Free

79

 

  Bulgaria *

Yes

2

2

Free

78

(White Majority)

  Namibia *

Yes

2

2

Free

77

 

  Nauru *

Yes

2

3

Free

77

 

  Seychelles

Yes

2

3

Free

77

 

  Israel *

Yes

2

3

Free

76

(White/MENA Majority)

  Brazil *

Yes

2

3

Free

74

(White Majority)

  Guyana

Yes

2

3

Free

73

 

  Botswana *

Yes

3

2

Free

72

 

  East Timor *

Yes

2

3

Free

72

 

  Peru *

Yes

3

3

Partly

71

(Mestizo Majority)

  Senegal *

Yes

3

3

Partly

71

 

  Tunisia *

Yes

2

3

Free

71

(MENA Majority)

  Hungary *

Yes

3

3

Partly

69

(White Majority)

  Dominican Republic *

Yes

3

3

Partly

67

(Mestizo Majority)

  Ecuador *

Yes

3

3

Partly

67

(Mestizo Majority)

  India *

Yes

2

4

Partly

67

 

  Albania *

Yes

3

3

Partly

66

(White Majority)

  Bolivia *

Yes

3

3

Partly

66

(Mestizo Majority)

  Malawi *

Yes

3

3

Partly

66

 

  North Macedonia *

Yes

3

3

Partly

66

(White Majority)

  Benin *

No

4

2

Partly

65

 

  Colombia *

Yes

3

3

Partly

65

(White/Mestizo Majority)

  Paraguay *

Yes

3

3

Partly

65

(White Majority)

  Sierra Leone *

Yes

3

3

Partly

65

 

  Serbia *

Yes

4

3

Partly

64

(White Majority)

  El Salvador *

Yes

2

4

Partly

63

(Mestizo Majority)

  Lesotho *

Yes

3

3

Partly

63

 

  Montenegro

Yes

3

3

Partly

63

(White Majority)

  Papua New Guinea *

Yes

4

3

Partly

62

 

  Bhutan *

Yes

2

4

Partly

61

 

  Mexico *

Yes

3

4

Partly

61

(Mestizo Majority)

  Moldova *

Yes

3

3

Partly

61

(White Majority)

  Fiji *

Yes

3

3

Partly

60

 

  Georgia *

Yes

4

3

Partly

60

(White Majority)

  Liberia *

Yes

3

4

Partly

60

 

  Madagascar *

Yes

3

4

Partly

60

 

  Ukraine *

Yes

3

4

Partly

60

(White Majority)

  Indonesia *

No

2

4

Partly

59

 

  Nepal *

Yes

3

4

Partly

56

 

  Philippines *

Yes

3

4

Partly

56

 

  Sri Lanka *

Yes

4

4

Partly

56

 

  Armenia *

No

4

4

Partly

55

(White Majority)

  Burkina Faso *

Yes

4

4

Partly

54

 

  Kosovo

Yes

4

4

Partly

54

(White Majority)

  Bosnia and Herzegovina *

No

4

4

Partly

53

(White Majority)

  Guatemala *

Yes

4

4

Partly

52

(Mestizo Majority)

  Zambia *

No

4

4

Partly

52

 

  Malaysia *

No

4

4

Partly

51

 

  Kenya *

No

4

4

Partly

48

 

  Niger *

No

4

4

Partly

48

 

  Singapore *

No

4

4

Partly

48

 

  Gambia

No

4

4

Partly

46

 

  Nigeria *

No

4

5

Partly

45

(White/Mestizo Majority)

  Guinea-Bissau

No

5

4

Partly

44

 

  Honduras *

No

4

5

Partly

44

(Mestizo Majority)

  Ivory Coast *

No

5

4

Partly

44

 

  Lebanon *

No

5

4

Partly

43

(MENA Majority)

  Mozambique *

No

5

4

Partly

43

 

  Togo *

No

5

4

Partly

43

 

  Comoros *

No

5

4

Partly

42

 

  Maldives *

No

4

5

Partly

40

 

  Bangladesh *

No

5

5

Partly

39

 

  Guinea *

No

5

5

Partly

38

 

  Haiti *

No

5

5

Partly

37

 

  Kuwait *

No

5

5

Partly

37

(MENA Majority)

  Morocco *

No

5

5

Partly

37

(MENA Majority)

  Pakistan *

No

5

5

Partly

37

 

  Mauritania *

No

5

5

Partly

35

 

  Jordan *

No

6

5

Not

34

(MENA Majority)

  Tanzania *

No

5

5

Partly

34

 

  Uganda *

No

6

5

Not

34

(Mestizo Majority)

  Mali *

No

6

5

Not

33

 

  Algeria *

No

6

5

Not

32

(MENA Majority)

  Turkey *

No

5

6

Not

32

(White Majority)

  Angola *

No

6

5

Not

31

 

  Nicaragua *

No

6

5

Not

30

(White/Mestizo Majority)

  Thailand *

No

7

5

Not

30

 

  Iraq *

No

5

6

Not

29

(MENA Majority)

  Brunei *

No

6

5

Not

28

 

  Kyrgyzstan *

No

7

5

Not

28

 

  Myanmar *

No

5

6

Not

28

 

  Zimbabwe *

No

6

5

Not

28

 

  Afghanistan *

No

5

6

Not

27

 

  Qatar *

No

6

5

Not

25

(MENA Majority)

  Cambodia *

No

7

5

Not

24

 

  Djibouti *

No

7

5

Not

24

 

  Kazakhstan *

No

7

5

Not

23

 

  Oman *

No

6

5

Not

23

(MENA Majority)

  Ethiopia *

No

6

6

Not

22

 

  Gabon *

No

7

5

Not

22

 

  Rwanda *

No

6

6

Not

21

 

  DR Congo *

No

7

6

Not

20

 

  Congo *

No

7

5

Not

20

 

  Russia *

No

7

6

Not

20

(White Majority)

  Eswatini *

No

7

5

Not

19

 

  Vietnam *

No

7

6

Not

19

 

  Egypt *

No

6

6

Not

18

(MENA Majority)

  Chad *

No

7

6

Not

17

 

  Sudan *

No

7

6

Not

17

 

  United Arab Emirates *

No

7

6

Not

17

(MENA Majority)

  Cameroon *

No

6

6

Not

16

 

  Iran *

No

6

6

Not

16

(MENA Majority)

  Burundi *

No

7

6

Not

14

 

  Venezuela *

No

7

6

Not

14

(Mestizo Majority)

  Cuba *

No

7

6

Not

13

(White Majority)

  Laos *

No

7

6

Not

13

 

  Bahrain *

No

7

6

Not

12

(MENA Majority)

  Belarus *

No

7

6

Not

11

(White Majority)

  Uzbekistan *

No

7

6

Not

11

 

  Yemen *

No

7

6

Not

11

(MENA Majority)

  Azerbaijan *

No

7

6

Not

10

(White Majority)

  Central African Republic *

No

7

7

Not

9

 

  China *

No

7

6

Not

9

 

  Libya *

No

7

6

Not

9

(MENA Majority)

  Tajikistan *

No

7

6

Not

8

 

  Saudi Arabia *

No

7

7

Not

7

(MENA Majority)

  Somalia *

No

7

7

Not

7

 

  Equatorial Guinea *

No

7

7

Not

5

 

  North Korea *

No

7

7

Not

3

 

  Eritrea *

No

7

7

Not

2

 

  South Sudan *

No

7

7

Not

2

 

  Turkmenistan *

No

7

7

Not

2

 

  Syria *

No

7

7

Not

1

(MENA Majority)

  
Another calculator is the The Human Freedom Index 2021.
 
Of the top 10 countries, 10 of them are White Majority with a rate of 100%. Of the top 50 countries, White Majority countries make up 39 of them for a rate of 78%.
 

Rank

Country/Territory

Personal

freedom

Economic 

freedom

Human freedom

Origin

1

Switzerland

9.56

8.48

9.11

(White Majority)

2

New Zealand

9.33

8.56

9.01

(White Majority)

3

Denmark

9.56

8.17

8.98

(White Majority)

4

Estonia

9.48

8.11

8.91

(White Majority)

5

Ireland

9.40

8.21

8.90

(White Majority)

6

Finland

9.52

7.92

8.85

(White Majority)

6

Canada

9.40

8.06

8.85

(White Majority)

8

Australia

9.30

8.20

8.84

(White Majority)

9

Sweden

9.63

7.72

8.83

(White Majority)

10

Luxembourg

9.48

7.84

8.80

(White Majority)

11

Netherlands

9.36

7.96

8.78

(White Majority)

12

Iceland

9.40

7.90

8.77

(White Majority)

13

Norway

9.50

7.72

8.76

(White Majority)

14

United Kingdom

9.19

8.15

8.75

(White Majority)

15

United States

9.09

8.24

8.73

(White Majority)

15

Germany

9.32

7.91

8.73

(White Majority)

15

Japan

9.26

7.98

8.73

 

18

Portugal

9.33

7.79

8.69

(White Majority)

19

Taiwan

9.14

8.02

8.68

 

19

Lithuania

9.01

8.21

8.68

(White Majority)

21

Austria

9.25

7.86

8.67

(White Majority)

21

Latvia

9.18

7.94

8.67

(White Majority)

23

Czech Republic

9.14

7.87

8.61

(White Majority)

23

Belgium

9.31

7.62

8.61

(White Majority)

25

Spain

9.04

7.89

8.56

(White Majority)

26

Italy

9.12

7.61

8.49

(White Majority)

27

Malta

8.75

8.03

8.45

(White Majority)

28

Chile

8.86

7.85

8.44

(White Majority)

29

Cyprus

8.80

7.89

8.42

(White Majority)

30

Hong Kong SAR, China

8.06

8.91

8.41

 

31

Korea, Rep.

8.94

7.61

8.39

 

32

Slovenia

9.04

7.43

8.37

(White Majority)

33

Uruguay

9.08

7.36

8.36

(White Majority)

34

France

8.91

7.55

8.34

(White Majority)

35

Romania

8.65

7.88

8.33

(White Majority)

36

Cabo Verde

8.70

7.65

8.26

 

37

Costa Rica

8.66

7.68

8.25

(White/Mestizo Majority)

38

Bahamas, The

8.69

7.56

8.22

 

39

Slovak Republic

8.63

7.61

8.21

(White Majority)

40

Georgia

8.15

8.26

8.20

(White Majority)

40

Armenia

8.32

8.03

8.20

(White Majority)

42

Croatia

8.73

7.36

8.16

(White Majority)

43

Albania

8.38

7.81

8.14

(White Majority)

44

Panama

8.35

7.79

8.12

(Mestizo Majority)

45

Bulgaria

8.30

7.76

8.08

(White Majority)

46

Mauritius

8.01

8.16

8.07

 

47

Mongolia

8.45

7.38

8.00

 

48

Singapore

7.39

8.81

7.98

 

49

Poland

8.50

7.2

7.96

(White Majority)

50

Peru

8.03

7.78

7.93

(Mestizo Majority)

51

Barbados

8.65

6.91

7.92

 

52

Jamaica

8.06

7.71

7.91

 

53

Botswana

8.10

7.62

7.90

 

54

Dominican Republic

8.09

7.58

7.88

(Mestizo Majority)

54

Montenegro

8.05

7.64

7.88

(White Majority)

56

Greece

8.37

7.15

7.86

(White Majority)

57

Seychelles

7.99

7.63

7.84

 

58

North Macedonia

8.18

7.13

7.75

(White Majority)

59

Hungary

7.88

7.53

7.73

(White Majority)

60

Trinidad and Tobago

8.01

7.27

7.70

 

61

Moldova

7.95

7.30

7.68

(White Majority)

62

Israel

7.69

7.63

7.66

(White/MENA Majority)

63

Suriname

8.63

6.14

7.64

 

63

Belize

8.31

6.70

7.64

(Mestizo Majority)

65

Guatemala

7.51

7.80

7.63

(Mestizo Majority)

66

Namibia

8.12

6.76

7.56

 

67

Bosnia and Herzegovina

8.03

6.86

7.54

(White Majority)

67

Paraguay

7.78

7.22

7.54

(White Majority)

67

Serbia

7.77

7.22

7.54

(White Majority)

70

Guyana

8.06

6.52

7.49

 

70

Ghana

8.07

6.69

7.49

 

72

Ecuador

7.96

6.68

7.43

(Mestizo Majority)

73

El Salvador

7.39

7.39

7.39

(Mestizo Majority)

74

Argentina

8.73

5.50

7.38

(White Majority)

75

Fiji

7.90

6.54

7.36

 

76

Benin

7.83

6.62

7.32

 

77

South Africa

7.53

6.97

7.30

 

78

Brazil

7.64

6.63

7.22

(White Majority)

78

Timor-Leste

7.97

6.19

7.22

 

80

Haiti

7.71

6.51

7.21

 

81

Kyrgyz Republic

7.18

7.17

7.18

 

82

Papua New Guinea

7.72

6.23

7.17

 

82

Malaysia

6.92

7.52

7.17

 

84

Nepal

7.41

6.71

7.12

 

85

Indonesia

6.98

7.26

7.10

 

86

Honduras

6.97

7.26

7.09

(Mestizo Majority)

87

Senegal

7.66

6.25

7.07

 

88

Madagascar

7.51

6.33

7.02

 

89

Colombia

7.14

6.82

7.01

(White/Mestizo Majority)

89

Lesotho

7.32

6.57

7.01

 

91

Malawi

7.72

5.96

6.99

 

92

Bolivia

7.41

6.28

6.94

(Mestizo Majority)

93

Mexico

6.72

7.20

6.92

(Mestizo Majority)

94

Jordan

6.42

7.59

6.91

(MENA Majority)

95

Côte d’Ivoire

7.42

6.18

6.90

 

96

Thailand

6.90

6.87

6.89

 

97

Gambia, The

6.77

7.04

6.88

 

98

Bhutan

6.90

6.82

6.86

 

98

Ukraine

7.33

6.20

6.86

(White Majority)

100

Burkina Faso

7.44

6.04

6.85

 

101

Philippines

6.42

7.42

6.83

 

102

Zambia

6.62

7.09

6.82

 

103

Liberia

7.14

6.35

6.81

 

104

Gabon

7.51

5.80

6.80

 

104

Mozambique

7.27

6.15

6.80

 

106

Kazakhstan

6.24

7.52

6.77

 

106

Guinea-Bissau

7.29

6.06

6.77

 

108

Lebanon

6.76

6.76

6.76

(MENA Majority)

109

Kenya

6.59

6.94

6.73

 

109

Belarus

6.62

6.88

6.73

(White Majority)

111

Sierra Leone

7.12

6.15

6.70

 

112

Sri Lanka

6.44

6.78

6.58

 

113

Togo

6.60

6.35

6.50

 

114

Tanzania

6.29

6.75

6.48

 

115

Cambodia

5.94

7.22

6.47

 

116

Tunisia

6.82

5.97

6.46

(MENA Majority)

116

Brunei Darussalam

5.87

7.30

6.46

 

118

Niger

6.78

5.97

6.41

 

119

India

6.20

6.66

6.39