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I guess it depends on your definition of cancel culture and why that's a political platform topic. Libertarians are pro open borders.
Justin Amash, for example, is not.
Sure, like not all Democrats are anti gun and not all Republicans oppose gay marriage. But the party platform is pro open borders.
maybe, but it's not universally supported.
Based on libertarian principles I think it would be difficult to justify anything other than open borders.
But we don't live in a libertarian society and I can see politicians who describe themselves as libertarian being against open borders because of the social safety net (which also violates libertarian principles).
IMO it would not be inconsistent with libertarianism to say get rid of the social safety net first and then implement open borders.
It's not. There have been plenty of libertarians that dont advocate for open borders.
The argument essentially is based on what a libertarian society would look like, meaning you wouldnt have the government created externalities, redistributed wealth/costs, lack of freedom of association, and tragedy of the commons regarding the current state of immigration.
This is basically something that's beginning to happen in libertarian circles...the concept that you actually need to change things via an actual order of operation to get the desired results.
This is a great deal like the issue of abortion and libertarianism. You have a wildly divergent set of viewpoints regarding the topic within libertarianism.