Since you are so smart, show me the African, Chinese, or Middle Eastern Plato, Aristotle, Mises, Rothbard, Locke, Jefferson. Only one culture could have produced that.
Perhaps, I can help The Lab Manager out with his lack of broader knowledge.
Murray Rothbard wrote in Economic Thought Before Adam Smith of Lao Tzu ( a personal acquaintance of Confucius) and Chuang Tzu :
Government, in sum, must be limited to the smallest minimum; 'inaction' became the the watchword of Lao Tzu, since only inaction of government can permit the individual to flourish and achieve happiness. And intervention by government he declared would be counterproductive, and would lead to confusion and turmoil...Rothbard said of these men that they when it came to political philosophy these schools were "remarkable for insights."
Two centuries later, Lao Tzu's great follower Chuang Tzu (369 c.-286 BC) built on the master's idea of laissez-faire to push them to their logical conclusion: individualist anarchism. The influential Chuan Tzu, a great stylist who wrote in allegorical parables, was therefore the first anarchist in the history of human thought.
Let us move to the African continent.
Augustine of Hippo ( 13 November 354 – 28 August 430) was an early Roman African Christian theologian and philosopher. whose writings influenced the development of Western Christianity and Western philosophy. He was the bishop of Hippo Regius in north Africa and is viewed as one of the most important Church Fathers in Western Christianity for his writings in the Patristic Era. Augustine and his family were Berbers (Roman Africans), an ethnic group indigenous to North Africa.
Zera Yacob (1599–1692) was a seventeenth-century Ethiopian philosopher. His 1667 absolutely original treatise, known in the Ge'ez language as the Hatata, has often been compared by some scholars to René Descartes' Discours de la méthode in (1637). His writing came at a period when African philosophical literature was significantly oral in character. He believed in following one's natural reasoning instead of believing what one is told by others.
And in the Middle East.
Al-Farabi, known in the West as Alpharabius;( c. 8722 – between 14 December, 950 and 12 January, 951) was a renowned philosopher and jurist who wrote in the fields of political philosophy, metaphysics, ethics and logic. He was also a scientist, cosmologist, mathematician and music scholar.
In Arabic philosophical tradition, he is known with the honorific "the Second Master", after Aristotle. He is credited with preserving the original Greek texts during the Middle Ages because of his commentaries and treatises, and influencing many prominent philosophers, like Avicenna and Maimonides. Through his works, he became well-known in the East as well as the West.
Farabi stated that he had studied logic, medicine and sociology with Yūḥannā bin Ḥaylān up to and including Aristotle's Posterior Analytics.
Though he was mainly an Aristotelian logician, he included a number of non-Aristotelian elements in his works. He discussed the topics of future contingents, the number and relation of the categories, the relation between logic and grammar, and non-Aristotelian forms of inference. He is also credited with categorizing logic into two separate groups, the first being "idea" and the second being "proof".
Human beings are unique in al-Farabi's vision of the universe because they stand between two worlds: the "higher", immaterial world of the celestial intellects and universal intelligibles, and the "lower", material world of generation and decay; they inhabit a physical body, and so belong to the "lower" world, but they also have a rational capacity, which connects them to the "higher" realm. Each level of existence in al-Farabi's cosmology is characterized by its movement towards perfection, which is to become like the First Cause; a perfect intellect. Human perfection (or "happiness"), then, is equated with constant intellection and contemplation.
Al-Khwarizmi was a Persian mathematician and is considered the father of algebra. He also introduced the decimal positional number system to the Western world. The word algorithm stems from Algoritmi, the Latin form of his name
....to name just a few pretty heavy non-white thinkers. I could go on, Lab. You should read a bit outside your race.