I have really tried to figure out what you are talking about, but your poor grammar and contruction, combined with your reliance on screen shots make it very hard to figure out what your problem might be. Your insistence that DVDs have this as an inherent problem is hard to give much credibility to, since no one else seems to be experiencing the problem.
I will not bother to respond to these posts if you don't clean up your grammar and spelling to make them understandable. Please read the posting guidelines for the forum. There are reasons why we require proper grammar and spelling. It facilitates communication and avoids time wasting trying to sort out what someone is trying to say.
Screenshots are largely meaningless to communicate what is going on with a disc. There are too many variables involved to determine much about the color of the original source.
Your post seems to imply that I am involved in some conspiracy to conceal this problem. I assure you that I am not trying to "talk my way out" of anything. I am not color blind, and am actually a technician and calibrator with many years of experience with hundreds of systems, using many different sources. I have actually compared the outputs from test generators to the output of DVD, Laserdisc, BluRay, and other systems and have never identified a problem in the whites that you are describing.
There is obviously something different about your player or display, and I would happily try to sort it out with you if you can contruct meaningful sentences using proper grammar and spelling. You will have to discuss the problem in terms of finding a solution and not making acussations. You will also have to cease making insulting comments. These are all requirements that are clear in the forum rules. You have been given a great deal of flexibility, on the matter of language, but I am done. Follow the rules, post with clarity, post with respect for others, and post some facts that make sense. If you have evidence of others that have this problem, please link to it.