What makes you think you want more geniuses in the West; what makes you think they would improve matters?
Of course, only geniuses could save us from where we are now.
1. We do not want to be saved.
2. We will fight against anyone who offers credible hope of salvation.
3. We will try to corrupt and invert creative genius into destruction.
The genius is a person with a massively amplified and manifold impact - and this also applies to evil geniuses, and to the evil products of genius and the evil misapplication of genius. Thus one single person may generate vast misery, annihilation, demotivation and despair.
Geniuses led to the distinctively great achievements of Western Civilization - also to the bad stuff on a colossal scale: individuals like Rousseau, Marx, Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao unleashed unprecedented wholesale horror.
And except for Hitler, all these are revered figures among our current ruling elites.
Outside of the politically neutral areas of mathematics and theoretical physics; modern geniuses (and near geniuses) mostly have been and are being systematically ignored (they are the lucky ones) or persecuted, tormented, crushed and corrupted - especially by mass media-generated celebrity culture, mob frenzies and hate-fests.
What makes you think a generous crop of future geniuses (assuming such things were possible; which seems doubtful) would fare any better, or yield any better results?
Are modern conditions better than those which led to the evil and destructive geniuses of the past couple of centuries?
Does our social treatment of recent and current genius lead you to be optimistic?
I do not want more recognized and empowered geniuses - indeed I fear the consequences if there were more high-impact geniuses.
Under prevailing conditions the only high-impact geniuses will be bad geniuses; or geniuses from whom the bad is abstracted and amplified.
First must come repentance - and only somewhere in the far-side of a Christian revival, might there come to exist a situation where genius might reasonably be expected to do more good than harm.