Open Borders Day 2015 roundup

Open Borders Day is held every year on March 16, to commemorate the launch of Open Borders: The Case, the website, back on March 16, 2012. The day was first celebrated in 2014, and you can see a roundup of last year’s posts here. Open Borders Day this year was bigger and better, with much of the focus this year being on the Open Borders Manifesto.

Posts from the site

Posts from elsewhere on the Internet

Social media

The Independent Institute did a series of posts about Open Borders Day on their Facebook page, such as this, this, this, and this.

You can also see all tweets with the #OpenBordersDay hashtag here.

You can also read some criticism of Open Borders Day at the (NSFW, PG-13) mpcdot forum.

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    The anti-whites elites at the UN believe in magic. Their mantra is that the world will be fine when there is “free movement of capital, goods, services, AND LABOR” in international trade.

    The problem is, of course, that this magic line is ALWAYS a racial thing.

    In practical terms what this means is that when a Mexican crosses a magic line in the middle of the Rio Grande, his income miraculously increases ten-fold.

    The official anti-white platform says this tenfold increase in income is a free lunch. The only reason it happens is because that “labor” gets inside a magical line. If you keep them outside of this magic line, you are stealing all that money from them.

    When colored people cross the magic line into countries controlled by whites, their incomes instantly increases exponentially

    Anti-whites expect an entire race to disappear from the face of the earth without even mentioning, not even whispering about it.

    Nobody’s flooding Africa with Non-Africans and giving them free health care, affirmative action and special privileges.

    Only White Countries are doing it, only White children are affected, and only White politicians are allowing it.

    Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.

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