There seems to be a disturbing correlation between the products that Americans consume every day and the globalist mentality that the Left has taken on. It appears everywhere, including on beer labels.
In this instance, look no further than the Amsterdam, Netherlands-based beer, Heineken. According to World Net Daily, they have placed the following message on their beer labels: “Here’s to an Open World: To a world without borders or barriers. To the belief that there’s more that unites us than divides us. To finding common ground. So raise a bottle with the person next to you. Because a stranger is just a friend, you haven’t had a cold Heineken with yet. Open your world.”
While there is certainly nothing wrong with the idea of legal immigration, this is a far cry from that message. Instead, Heineken bigwigs seem to be fighting for the globalist idea of open borders.
Ironically, their message comes after Europe’s new “open borders” policy resulted in the brutal murder of 22 women and children when a Libyan terrorist attack was executed in Manchester, England.
In their world, it is all sunshine and rainbows; they are ignoring the real problems we face. There are some people out there who are evil — pure evil. They thrive on hurting people whether it is for their religion or otherwise.
When one initiates an open borders policy–or even roots for it–they are calling for a dangerous situation that affects many people. Without proper vetting and border security to facilitate that process, nefarious individuals can not only affect terrorism on a nation’s soil, they can embed themselves into a sovereign society and cultivate mischief.
Granted, it is unfortunate that these people exist, but they cannot be ignored. Using common sense, practical methods to allow for immigration can lead to catching these people before they strike, saving innocent lives.
If adequate protective measures are not put in place, they are given free reign to go where they wish and to cause havoc at will. There are many examples of how this could backfire.
It is no secret that extreme radical Muslims don’t like the West. They hate the idea of freedom. If the US had open borders, what would stop them from coming over and attacking daily? That example could be applied to many countries and is easy to understand.
It is odd that these companies are willing to push the idea of global unity. However, when it comes to pushing the idea of a sovereign unity, as in the case of the United States national anthem, for instance, they are not only nowhere to be found, but many times stand overtly against it.
Heineken put an open border message on their bottles. Do you support President Trump building a border wall?
The point is this. An open border policy would be disastrous for the world. In a Utopian world, it would work, but this is far from a Utopian world. Checks and balances are important for the safety of all people in countries across the world.
These dangerous messages like the one from Heineken are becoming increasingly common. The real question is this: “Where do we draw the line?” It has to start somewhere.