A group of former city and POA officials along with at least one current POA board member has taken to calling themselves the “Diamondhead Collective”. The choice of the name (see Borg) indicates an obvious lack of knowledge concerning modern culture dating from the sixties has demonstrated conclusively that members of the group has either never owed a television or have been brain dead for the last 30 years, thus disqualifying them to hold any office other than junior high school class clowns.
They have a penchant for shooting all messengers and will avoid debate at any cost. Strong is there belief in entitlements for golfers, karaoke, all at members expense and creating totally unnecessary city governments and thus bailing out their friends from bad religious property investments byway of lies, broken promises and ridiculous taxes,
They are united in their jealously of surrounding areas, calling them “dumps” while property values in Diamondhead languish at the bottom of the county.
Members of the Diamondhead Collective include:
Borg Name: Cro-Ludicrous-Obnoxia-TyranusCruel and insulting henchman that shows no mercy when confronting property owners calling them "stupid". He was conceived without shame and is constantly looking for "leaks" and to sue POA members
Borg Name: NormagentinfilltratusThe collectives head of clandestine operations found lingering around open forum and other democratic processes to report back to his masters. He is easily identified by his tail planted firmly between his legs, a result of him trying to present his fantasies as facts on open forums and discussions,
Borg Name: CameinFourthofthreeinanelection,Known by his nickname "Sourgrapes Jer" and "The Bannisher" this member of the collective demands that any who dissent should just leave.
Borg Name: Yar-BORG-therulemakerWhen sensing defeat this member of the collective will attempt to change the rules. His latest attempt is proxies from out of state property owners. He believes he posses brain washing powers in that he can convince humans that two decades of multi - year - million dollar losses constitutes good management practices