A relatively rare, but still common, line of attack against open borders is to argue that open borders are a libertarian pipedream. It is claimed that due to the myriad flaws with the libertarian way of thinking, the libertarian case for open borders need not be taken seriously.
- Libertarians and the first person plural by Steve Sailer makes a number of arguments, but in particular it claims that libertarians are unable to apply “first personal plural” thinking to their country. In other words, libertarianism has some fundamental blind spots that makes it hostile to worldviews such as citizenism.
- Libertarianism is applied autism by Steve Sailer.
- Livid Libertarians, Welfare and Immigration (contd.) by Peter Brimelow on VDARE.com.