The Borg?

(Photographic evidence!, A Rare portrait of a Borg Japanese Male – Taken by Star Fleet operative intrepid photographer Motionid)

“We are the Borg The Japanese. Lower your shields and surrender your ships. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own. Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile.”

The Borg The Japanese manifest as cybernetically enhanced (see above picture) humanoid drones of multiple species (Oh! don’t tell any government officials that!!!), organized as an interconnected collective, the decisions of which are made by a hive mind.
They operate solely toward the fulfilling of one purpose: to “add the biological and technological distinctiveness of other species to their own” in pursuit of perfection.
This is achieved through forced assimilation, a process which transforms individuals and technology into Borg Japanese, enhancing, and simultaneously controlling, individuals by implanting or appending synthetic components.

In alien foreign encounters, they exhibit no desire for negotiation or reason, only to assimilate. Exhibiting a rapid adaptability to any situation or threat, with encounters characterized by matter of fact imperative ‘resistance is futile

No truly single individual exists within the Borg Collective the Japanese race (with the possible sole exception of the Borg Queen ‘Hard Gay’ :-), as they are linked into the hive mind. Their ultimate goal is perfection through the forcible assimilation of diverse sentient species and knowledge. As a result, they are among the most dangerous and feared races in the galaxy in Asia.

Having no regard for individuality, Borg drones Japanese people are identified with designations rather than names. A drone’s Japanese persons designation typically describes their position within a group, e.g. “Third of Five.” “Senpai/Kohai” To more specifically identify a drone Japanese person, their function could be appended to this designation, e.g. “Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix 01.” “Senpai Salary Man” In the same manner, the Borg refer to alien species Foreigners by number rather than by name the catch all term “gaikokujin” or more usually with the dissmissive “gaijin”.

Borg drones Japanese people ignore alien species foreigners until they demonstrate the potential to be a threat or a suitable candidate for assimilation. When addressing a small number of individuals, drones The Japanese will simply attempt to assimilate them without comment. Before assimilating a larger population, such as a starship indigenous race or an entire culture, the Borg the Japanese will collectively transmit a standard announcement of their purpose and the futility of resistance, “Yokoso Japan“.


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