Nice going there /pol/.
If being white was really a synonymous for being advanced, South Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina would rank among some of the most developed nations in the world, whilst Japan, USA and Saudi Arabia would be extremely poor due to not being 100% whitebred.
I suspect the answer might have to do with water.
Look at any map of Europe. Virtually every country in the West has fast access to the Atlantic, specially, France, Spain, Britain and Portugal. These 4 countries formed the largest and most formidable empires of Europe and hold a lot of contributions to humanity.
The other three European nations that are very special despite not being so close to the Atlantic (Germany, Austro-Hungary and Italy), plus the Scandinavians, have their own stories.
Italy was where the early "burgo" cities were established, and also where rich and intelligent people who were fleeing from Byzantinum went to to hang arround and share ideas. So that's the Italian renaissance for you. Besides, North Italy was largely industrial in the 18th century because muh coal.
Germany has shit tons of iron and coal, and somehow, national development policies have always been present in the kingdoms of the region of Germania Magna.
The same could be said abotu Denmark and Sweden. Denmark has always been a big maritme power despite being vulnerable in land and Sweden, not only being rich in gold and iron but also having to struggle just to survive between the stronger countries of Denmark, Russia and Norway, had the *need* to develop new technologies just to not be conquered.
Austro Hungarians have always been very stable, specially the Austrians who have always pulled the strings here and there during the times of the Habsburgs.
Also literacy rate was always very high in West Europe which helped people make their own studies, even monks and religious people would study a lot.
This is wrong on so many levels.
Balkans were taken and ocuppied by the Turks, not looted, or raided, by them.
How did muslims rape Ukraine?
Russia has a lot of signifcant contributions and I shouldn't have even put it on the map in the OP, if you read a higschool book on any subject, you'll read nearly as many Russian names as you'll read French, English, Italian and German ones.
Colonies are totally unrelated to a renaissance, just look at Italy.