Adelphoparasites, reptiloids, romeo lizards, Rosemary’s baby daddies, etc.

Ha!  Others are looking for explanations too.  Mostly in the conservative/alt-right blogs and forums (‘alt-right’ – is that still acceptable, or has the term been weaponized?  Not that I care actually.).  They sense something is seriously wrong – I see words like hominoids, subspecies, hominids.  The terms aren’t used scientifically but as thinking/searching mechanisms.  I just came across adelphoparasite, alluding to psychopaths.  Wow!  I went back to copy the original post, but it had been deleted by the forum/software.  What’s an adelphoparasite?

“Maybe you prefer hyperparasitoids: these are parasitoids of other parasitoids. But the most bizarre of all must be adelphoparasitoids. These are found in the family Aphelinidae. The females are “normal” parasitoids of whiteflies or scale insects. The males, on the other hand, are hyperparasitoids and their hosts are females of their own species!”

Male psychopaths are the most amazing individuals in the world, parasitizing normal human females, while female psychopaths are simply hustlers (Slippery When Wet (Agelika Graswald, kayak killer), Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes – Sociopath?).

adelphoparasite A parasite (see PARASITISM) that has as its host a species closely related to itself, often within the same family or genus.”

Left or liberal/progressive blogs are totally useless on this count.  Their prescription is to say, ‘can’t we sing Kumbaya in even tighter harmonies?’  or to whine, ‘why, oh why, can’t everybody see we are more alike than unalike’.  They just don’t get it.  Useful fools, useful tools.

I’ve been thinking that the term psychopathy just doesn’t seem to be working.  I don’t think most people believe in it.  I’ve been wondering about other terms, such as reptiloid, romeo lizard, rapetiloid, even researched the term, lizard people, to see if it referred to psychopaths (the answer is sometimes).  (If I refer to reptilian traits of psychopaths I am simply using the term descriptively to refer to their non emotionality.  Others mean it literally.)  I’ve also thought of Rosemary’s baby daddies, which is what they really are.  Then there’s the term Minus Man from the movie of the same name.  The search continues, for something more emotive and factually descriptive.

How about human humanoids and psychopathic humanoids?