Race lifts a man above himself: it endows him with extraordinary--I might almost say supernatural--powers, so entirely does it distinguish him from the individual who springs from the chaotic jumble of peoples drawn from all parts of the world: and should this man of pure origin be perchance gifted above his fellows, then the fact of Race strengthens and elevates him on every hand, and he becomes a genius towering over the rest of mankind, not because he has been thrown upon the earth like a flaming meteor by a freak of nature, but because he soars heavenward like some strong and stately tree, nourished by thousands and thousands of roots--no solitary individual, but the living sum of untold souls striving for the same goal.
--Houston Stewart Chamberlain, Foundations of the Nineteenth Century, in S.T. Joshi, ed., Documents of American Prejudice, p. 27
You read that right: being of pure race is a super-power!
Which might explain Wanted's The Future:
Although actually... this explains Super Saiyans perfectly! Especially why they're all blond-haired and blue-eyed!