In the first two episodes of Star Trek Discovery, T'Kuvma speaks of the Federation as the enemy. His main argument against the Federation was
they would rob the Klingons of the individuality.
This struck me as very similar to the Federation's hatred of the Borg; the reason the Federation resists the Borg is their violation of individuality, for example (emphasis mine):
LAFORGE: All right, think of it this way. Every time you talk about yourself, you use the word we. We want this, we want that. You don't even know how to think of yourself as a single individual. You don't say, I want this, or I am Hugh. We are all separate individuals. I am Geordi. I choose what I want to do with my life. I make decisions for myself. For somebody like me, losing that sense of individuality is almost worse than dying. 'I, Borg' TNG
So, I am curious about whether any comments have been made by writers etc. whether, out of universe, the audience is expected to view the Klingon's hatred of the Federation as comparable to the Federation's hatred of the Borg?