And you persuade people to go along with the mass immigration policy with the looney-bird concept of a "Proposition nation." As Vox Day says in the quibcag, there's no such thing, no matter how many times the neocon/liberal/libertarians blather on about it and quote Emma Lazarus (a proto-Zionist) and think of Ellis Island instead of the Founding Fathers.
And the Founders thought of themselves as British. Indeed, the Revolution was about asserting their rights as Englishmen. Then when they achieved independence, they regarded themselves as an independent branch of Britain. The closest they came to a "proposition" was to allow immigration by White Europeans who wanted to become Englishmen. They knew very well that most of the human race would be incompatible with the American nation. That's why it took them so long to declare native Amerinds American citizens. That's why they outlawed immigration from China.
And here's a delightful little video explaining what's wrong with open borders, with particular regard to the ditzier libertarian theories:
One person who doesn't believe in "propositional nations" is Marine Le Pen. Here she takes Angela Merkel, who does believe in them, to pieces:
Vox Day has more to say than just the quibcag on the subject here:
And on the same subject, Steve Sailer is at his most snarky here:
Read the whole thing here:
Quibcag: Illustrated by mascots of many countries from Hetalia: Axis Powers (Axis Powers ヘタリア). Do they look "propositional" to you?"