So if you were to by a camera in this series from a local retailer, would it be called A) Rebel, B) Kiss, or C) EOS xxxD. If you answered A or C, you're not in the target market for this white camera. If Canon isn't talking to you, why do you feel compelled to answer...so often?
Before you go off about 'wasted' R&D resources (presumably because they could have been devoted to developing a product to suit your priorities), consider this: do you really think they'd have brought this camera to the target market if they didn't think it it would deliver a profitable return on investment? If a White Kiss adds yen to Canon's coffers, some of which feeds into R&D, and they're not asking you (or even giving you the opportunity) to buy one, why are you so incensed about that? Is it because they're not making one in your favorite color?
If you really care so much about Canon's priorities and R&D resources, can you tell us (without resorting to an Internet search), who heads METI, or even the full name of the organization to which that acronym refers? Because METI and their policies have a bigger impact on Canon's bottom line a White Kiss, which in turn has an almost infinitely bigger impact on Canon's bottom line than your opinion. Yikes, indeed.