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How Do Parasites Function?
"The problem with parasites is not merely that they siphon off the food and nourishment of their host, crippling its reproductive power, but that they take over the host's brain as well. The parasite tricks the host into thinking that it is feeding itself."
Parasites exist in huge variety, including animals, plants, and microorganisms. They may live as ectoparasites on the surface of the host (e.g., bipeds, such as bankers, loan sharks, ADL members, Spies, and many organisms infesting humanity) or as endoparasites in the gut or tissues (e.g., many kinds of worms, like AIPAC and AEI ), and cause varying degrees of damage or disease to the host.
Parasites have a known affinity for things that glitter and shine, like gold, silver, diamonds and rubies. Certain types of parasites have even been named after these precious metals and stones.
Parasites intuitively know that the best way to obtain their required daily nourishment of other's wealth is to insidiously insert themselves into an organism's governing mechanisms and financial circles, insuring a never ending supply of well-heeled hosts.
By latching onto those in positions of power, the host knows that thru the "trickle-up" theory of government and financing, that an endless supply of hosts will always be available.
To help ensure that the parasite's lock on those powers are absolute, parasites instinctively gravitate towards and take control of the host's media outlets, to help "brainwash" the host into thinking that it is an independent organism.
Parasites have been known to suck the lifeblood out of their hosts to the point of the host collapsing. At these times, the parasites will rouse the host, by appealing to the host's patriotism.
This is best accomplished by either the parasite having other parasites start wars, in which the parasite collective is responsible for, but for which the host is the one deluded into fighting, so that the parasite can feed off the extra energy exerted by the host.
Parasites have even been known to "mimic" other organisms, so that the replica can be used to launch attacks against the host's environment.
By launching attacks against the host's environment, the parasite knows that other hosts will come to the primary hosts rescue, thereby ensuring more opportunities for the parasite to latch onto fresh, vital hosts and engorge itself on those bodies.
Most known species of parasites are located in North America, specifically the country known as "America", but there are active and flourishing colonies of parasites in Europe (Scientists have recently detected a particularly insidious type of parasite in France, that has been tentatively labeled "Sarkozy")
The main body of parasites (e.g. as in the "mother ship") is located on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, in a strange and curious place known as "Hebrewland."
This "Hebrewland" is swarming with parasites of various shapes and sizes, but curiously, only one color, white, due to their ancestors being imported from eastern Europe.
Scientists are baffled as to how to rid a host of these blood-suckers, since the typical parasite is so thoroughly embedded with the host that to try and remove the parasite might result in the death of the host.
Scientists are aware of previous hosts breaking free of these parasites, but are also aware of the immense damage caused by this action, in pre-war Germany in the 1930's and in the breakup of the old Soviet Union.
Further, these studies of the host trying to rid itself of the parasite usually result in the parasite taking action to preserve itself by initiating what is called in scientific circles a "revolt", in which the parasites lay waste to numerous hosts, causing widespread death and destruction or by implementing a little known phenomenon only known by its name, the "Samson" option.
Currently, scientists have focused their studies on the main host of these parasites, that country known as "America", to see whether or not that nation of hosts can break away free from the parasites sucking the life-blood out of that host or whether the host will allow the parasite to feed on it until the point of collapse, then death.