The United Nations Children's Fund- UNICEF is an agency for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. That's all well and good, but in 2015 it released a short promotional video called Marciano, an Unexpected Friend. The film is just over a minute long and has no dialogue. It tells the poignant story of a young boy who is enrolled in a class in a school. It is clear from his facial features that he is an extraterrestrial or an ET-human hybrid. The other children, who are normal humans, stare at him with incredulity and disgust. They ostracize him and play malicious pranks on him. The boy likes images with an ET theme, once again reinforcing where he comes from. He draws chalk pictures on the blackboard of flying saucers, alien faces and stars. His bedclothes and bedroom decorations also have these motifs. Another property of his origins is that his hands secrete a green slimy substance that covers everything he touches, which further repels his fellow pupils. He eats different food to the other children as well, such a fruit that resembles an apple except that it is silvery blue in colour. However when he gives an improvised demonstration of telekinetic powers during a school play his peers are in awe of him and eventually befriend him. The tagline at the end is: "Don't miss the opportunity to get to know someone different. Don't miss a life-changing opportunity." The film was made in
and the tagline on the original Spanish version is, according to Google
Translate: "Do not miss the opportunity to accept someone else. Do not
miss the opportunity to change your life." Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSlrYDqFvfQ.
There are many ways to analyze the video, although we have to rely mostly on
supposition because the UNICEF 2015 annual report only refers to it briefly
without giving any details, see: https://www.unicef.org/about/annualreport/files/Chile_2015_COAR.pdf.
It could be a coded symbol for a child from a foreign country, such as a
refugee being introduced into a class among children of another race, culture
or speaking a different language. This happened to me when I was in primary
school. A boy joined our class whose family had fled from the Idi Amin regime
in Chile .
However, perhaps we should interpret the extraterrestrial nature of the main
character more literally. The exopolitician Dr Michael Salla thinks this might
be an attempt to plant cultural seeds in people's minds aimed at making them
accept the presence of alien life forms. He has discovered a connection to the Uganda
via statements made by the Pope, including his decree that intelligent ET
beings can be baptized (I discovered that some had already been given Last
Rites, see: https://hpanwo.blogspot.com/2012/04/pre-roswell-roswells.html).
If this sounds too outrageous to you then consider that just two years earlier
British schoolchildren in more than one school were subjected to a dramatic
reconstruction of a UFO crash-retrieval event in their playground, see: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2013/09/fake-roswell-at-school.html.
The purpose of this lesson is unknown despite my attempts to find out. What are
they teaching our kids? Vatican
See here for more information: https://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.com/2019/11/raechels-eyes-book-review.html.