You know you've made it when you have stalkers
- Dec 6, 2019
Also the Federation was not a closed borders communist state. When Picard and co went outside, how did they trade, if federation citizens visit bajor, how do they pay there?Hmm I don't recall when it suggested she was a Klingon, which episode was that? If anything she seemed more Ferengi in nature with her desire for profit.
As for not being a part of the federation, well she was kind of, she was a former member of the Daystrom institute and in her second appearance in TNG she was attended the annual Federation of Archaeology Council symposium, so clearly her ties to the federation were to completely cut.
It's clear the idea that not all of humanity lived without the desire for money and not everyone had the same level of lifestyle even within the Federation.
It's a silly point to get stuck on any way, I think some people are just triggered that a black person was angry at Picard
I've got news for them