Liberty is never individualistic—it is a collectivist ideal which is found in societies where people are united under the umbrella of a good culture. A people cannot make liberty their aim unless they make the liberty of others in their society their aim. But to make the liberty of others their aim, a people have to identify with a good culture—which entails a shared sense of religion, morality, tradition, history, economic and political principles, and nationhood.
Since the individualists are obsessed with themselves, they are incapable of making liberty of all their aim. They demand liberty for those who accept their brand of individualism and ignore rest of the population. Their liberty is founded on a sense of alienation from society. They become part of anarchist, atomist, and libertarian movements. Some individualists accept the pseudo-conception of “total freedom” and propagate fascism and cultural nihilism.