Why Borders Don’t Matter… to some at least.
While Wikipedia is by no means an unbiased and impartial source, I find it’s frequently a good starting place when looking for information. Especially if one isn’t trying to write academic our journalistic quality articles. In this case, I think it can provide an important insight into why the political left recoils from enforcing the Southern United States Border like a vampire recoils from Holy Water:
“Pure communism” in the Marxian sense refers to a classless, stateless and oppression-free society where decisions on what to produce and what policies to pursue are made democratically, allowing every member of society to participate in the decision-making process in both the political and economic spheres of life
Stateless communism, also known as pure communism, is the post-capitalist stage of society which Karl Marx predicted would inevitably result from the development of the productive forces. Stateless communism is closely related and connected to world communism.
Strictly speaking, pure communism is a stage of social development where material and productive forces are advanced to a degree where actual freedom (freedom from necessity, and thus from wage labor and alienation from work) for every person is possible. The state apparatus becomes redundant because classes cease to exist.
* Anarchists and Marxists both agree on the long-term desirability of a stateless society, but disagree on how such a society will emerge and on what strategy, if any, is to be used for achieving stateless communism.
No borders is straight out of the founding doctrines of Marxism (the unholy trinity of Marxist political philosophy being Communism, Socialism, and Fascism).