His characterization (unless it is tongue-in-cheek and then the joke is on me) is yet one more indication that libertarians' lack perspective. And such lack of perspective is yet another reason why -- to our universal detriment, (assuming one can frame things in terms of universals when dealing with extreme individualists) -- libertarians have virtually no influence in politics.
1. Anyone who thinks (seriously now) in such hackneyed, simplistic, 1950s terms as "collectivist" should not be reading this blog. I like to think my readers have subtle, supple, adult minds and are reality-based.
2. Anyone who thinks that I am a "collectivist" has obviously not been reading this blog (or my book) and has zilch knowledge of what I write. (Read this blog for a while before you comment, please.)
3. Anyone who speaks and writes a language and yet who thinks in terms of "collectivist" should actually start thinking about what they are doing. With every thought, every word, every sentence, (such as they are able to form), they themselves are taking part in the original collectivist enterprise: language. So get real. If you don't like being part of a collective, stop talking. (Or make up a new language all your own and talk only to yourself.)