If you're white you're part of a global colonizer class, it really isn't that complicated.
I think it depends. In Europe it's more nuanced, there are Saami, Romani, Karelians, Komi, Gagauz, and depending on context some groups are white and some aren't. However, if they're white outside of Europe that is always the case without much nuance.
Actual white colonizers and their descendants usually belong to the upper class.
They still have a degree of white privilege that stems from colonialism.
Image has become an issue in the virtual world more than in reality. The whole concept of privilege in skin color is racist. Most "white power" people are powerless and real power is economic, China owns the 4 largest banks in the world and thats not because of skin color.
Even the richest man in China is a victim of US imperial aggression that benefits the poorest whites.
It depends on your definition of whites . Southern and Eastern Europeans are not considered as whites just 50 years ago.
Also it's mostly western European countries engaging in imperialism
Italy has been colonizing for centuries...
Russian empire has colonizing for centuries
Just face up to it global colonialism has Been the fact of europe for more than 50 years and are still doing so now
In this case japan is part of the coloniser class
nope Japan, just like Saudi Arabia or Colombia, Neocolonial governments sacrifice the poor and working class colonized masses of their own nation for the european cracker colonizers benefit