Metaphor for Obamunism Found in Nature

Nature’s Socialist: The Emerald Cockroach Wasp of the South Pacific Islands.

When it comes time for the female wasp to lay her eggs, she finds a roach and stings it in a precise spot in the ganglia to reversibly paralyze its front legs, then stings it in a different spot to disable the escape reflex. She then chews off half the roach’s antennae, and uses the stubs to lead the zombified roach around like a dog on a leash until they reach her burrow where she lays her eggs in its stomach, and buries it alive. The lobotomized roach then rests quietly while the baby inside of it hatches, and proceeds to systematically eat the roach’s internal organs in a specific order that keeps it alive until the very end, at which point the new wasp finishes hollowing out the shell and emerges.

Sounds like the Obama-Cloward-Piven strategy. Paralyze the working parts of the economy with regulation, then plant social programs that consume and destroy the host.

Encouraging Parasatism as Public Policy

Encouraging Parasatism as Public Policy


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  1. cschande

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