See, Familyman, most of us (by 'us' I mean most normal people) aren't particularly concerned with the 'superiority' of our race, whatever it happens to be. I'm not even sure what the word 'race' actually means. I recognize only one race -- the human race. We are all 'people of color.' It's just differences in the lightness or darkness of our skin tone, no more significant than the color of one's eyes or hair. To need reassurance that white people are somehow superior to others, and to seek out groups that reinforce this feeling, shows a great deal of emotional insecurity and immaturity in dealing with real-life situations. You can find groups of others like yourself --the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi groups, White Citizens councils etc. -- but if you join one and then try to deny that you're racist -- well, that boggles the mind. It shows that there's mass confusion in your thinking. I wish you the best, but try to find the beauty that resides in diversity instead of worrying (or even thinking) about who's superior to whom.