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Paul Ramsey

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Paul Ray Ramsey (also known as RamZPaul and the "smiling Nazi") (1963–) is a racist asshole and white nationalist alt-right vlogger who cloaks his views in satire to make them appear less unpalatable.[1][note 1]

Ramsey supports Southern secession, opposes interracial sex, attacks "Cultural Marxists", (read "anyone not a racist, straight, conservative, and Christian white male").[1] thinks transgender people are delusional,[2] believes in the racist idea that immigration will ruin the country,[3] thinks that all gay people are child molesters,[4] supports the abolition of the 19th amendment,[5] and of course is a raging antisemite.[6]

Ramsey's YouTube channel has over 72,000 subscribers and 1.5 million views.[7] His Twitter feed has over 60,000 followers.[8]

In a video deleted by YouTube for violating the site's policy on hate speech, Ramsey suggested that the victims of the 2019 mass shooting event in NZ deserved it because of immigration.[9]

Ramsey has been interviewed by Rosie Grey from BuzzFeed News,[10] National Public Radio,[11] and white nationalist Richard Spencer.[12]

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  1. Ramsey rejects the "white nationalist" label, preferring the term "American nationalist" (with a good amount of racism mixed in, of course). He stated in a video that he thinks white nationalism is a cult.