Pseudoskepticism is a neologism formed from two roots.
"Pseudo" is an adjective, meaning "bogus, sham, phony, artificial, mock, ersatz, quasi-, fake, false, spurious, deceptive, misleading, assumed, contrived, affected, insincere; informal pretend, put-on. ANTONYMS genuine." So, take your pick.
"Skepticism" is an noun, meaning "doubt as to the truth of something...[and]...the theory that certain knowledge is impossible."
I have traveled widely in various places, including Italy, and speak pretty decent conversational Italian, German, and Portuguese as well as a few words of Hungarian, Czech and Russian. With a few days of immersion, I am fluent in French, Spanish and UK English.
As to my current whereabouts, ask the NSA or the Illuminati.... They seem to know almost everything!