Brive1987 wrote: ↑
bat signal sent. Im sure they will queue at my door for advice.
The 'race realism' argument is in two parts:
Premise 1: There are observable and measurable differences between racial groups.
Premise 2: Said differences mean that the racial groups are not compatible on a large scale.
Conclusion: An ethnostate (or multiple ethnostates) are required.
Premise 2 seems to be the faulty one - which requires further investigation. Though most will admit that there is a rate of immigration (dependent on both the quality and the quantity of immigrants) that will have a destabilising effect on the host country. But this can be treated as a separate issue.
There are still some individual Youtubers focusing mainly on atheism - for instance 'Grim Jim' / 'Deconverted Man' / 'Godless Cranium' but I don't think they necessarily have the skill or qualifications for the 'race-realism' debate. Actually, I had heard that Richard Spencer was an atheist himself, and a fan of Christopher Hitchens - for whatever that is worth.
Other options could be Matt Dillihunty of the ACA - but again - I'm not sure that atheists are necessarily best qualified or have the temperament for this type of debate. Maybe Potholer54 does - but this is not really his area of expertise - and is a pretty big ask.
If this gets bigger than Youtube, I suspect that Douglas Murray might have an opinion on it. As would some non-atheists in the Youtube sphere - PragerU had a video about the 'Alt-Right' that was found to be contentious - and Stephen Crowder may or may not have something to say (he tends to focus on on left after all).
Going with the right / libertarians - I wonder if this is something 'Reason' (magazine or TV) or 'National Review' or the Cato institute (or other think tanks) have investigated. Libertarians tend to be for open borders - but that is another can of worms.