I respect some of your arguments but the generalization is where you make yourself look ignorant. There are a lot of white people who didn't and continue not to agree with the rich white man's ideology of controlling and manipulating everything.
In my opinion, this division in beliefs in ideology are economically based rather than racially based. You'll find this going to Nigeria where the government is corrupt and earns all the money from oil while a large percentage of the country lives in poverty. You also see this in Canada and the US where the rich are respected more than the poor. I agree that there are MANY examples of white people taking advantage of others but by doing so you also have to be aware that other races have done the same. Genocide in Rwanda, Darfur, Sri Lanka are all examples of corruption, hate and wanting to control everything.
So basically, I agree with you, in theory, but that it's a battle between the rich and poor man, not the white and black man, while that does still connect to some degree....Feel me?