Banderas in bed with Gates in “The Skin I Live In”

(Below) Georges Méliès in the film “Hugo“, for no cinematic reason, shutters one eye.


“The Skin I Live In”

Authors note:  A tagline is a marketing tool that plays upon the right cliches to describe the plot in a short phrase (and they’re likely to become cliches). A logline is like one sentence that sums up plot, conflict, characters, and how it has to be resolved.

Logline:  A brilliant plastic surgeon, haunted by past tragedies, creates a type of synthetic skin that withstands any kind of damage. His guinea pig: a mysterious and volatile woman who holds the key to his obsession.

Tagline:  In honor of his late wife who died in a flaming car accident, scientist, Dr. Robert Ledgard, is trying to synthesize the perfect skin which can withstand burns, cuts or any other kind of damage. As he gets closer to perfecting this skin on his flawless patient, the scientific community starts growing skeptical and his past is revealed that shows how his patient is closely linked to tragic events he would like to forget.

realnuzline:  The cure for Malaria is as little as 2 and as much as 8 drops of chlorine dioxide made in your kitchen using a salt, sodium chlorite and vinegar.  It is better known originally as the “Miracle Mineral Supplement”.  Jim Humble originated and perfected the formula that kills all of the malaria parasites on contact.  He is currently in hiding outside the US.  Bill and Malinda Gates are dead set on keeping their depopulation agenda on course.  They may have an interest in “The Skin I Live In”.

(Above) Banderas who plays Dr. Ledgard, Pyamalian, calls his synthetic skin ‘Gal’ after his first wife. The name Gal is short for Galatea, who in Roman Mythology was a statue made by the gifted sculptor Pygmalion. The statue was so perfect that the mythical story tells that Pygmalion fell in love with his own creation and Venus granted his wish to bring her to life.  The Skin I Live In is a piece of the Hollywood ‘Tell’ project showing the viewer what the Human Genome Project is intended for.  In the film, the scientific community is leery of Ledgard’s experiment, but the opposite cannot not be more true.  

Antonio Banderas plays the Spanish surgeon who also has a vested interest in mankind.  With the various medical problems that can be solved with his patentable process, it seems the focus is with protecting the human race from the mosquito.  This so-called problem is being addressed by multi billionaires including Bill and Malinda Gates.  How far up the ladder is anyone’s guess, but I think I’ll focus on the Gates for the reason everyone knows them.  I feel it’s my duty to link them to this picture.. allegedly speaking of course.


The Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research

Grand Challenges Explorations is a five-year initiative endowed with more than $100 million dollars, which funds innovations against health, but is under the guize of world health.  It is a part of the “Grand Challenges in Global Health” Initiative, which is supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in order to facilitate global depopulation.  Over 80 research projects in 19 countries on six continents are being funded by the Gates Foundation in the fourth round of “Grand Challenges Explorations”.

The Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) has received a grant through the current round of the funding program “Grand Challenges Explorations” of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

The actor to the right portrays mad corporate science in a suit costume.   The character Banderas plays is the indoctrinated mechanics of their corruption who are instead of working independently, are being handsomely financially supported by big business.  Bill Gates is one of these heavy funders to what I consider ‘black projects’ outside of D.A.R.P.A.

The program is supporting a global health project for development of nanoparticles that release the vaccine active ingredients through the skin upon contact with perspiration. The Braunschweig Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research (HZI) is implementing the research project POLMITRANSVAC (Pollen Mimetic Transcutaneous Vaccination) in cooperation with the Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Research Saarbrücken (HIPS).  Successful projects have the opportunity to receive a follow-on grant of up to $1 million dollars in a second phase.

Scientist Carlos Alberto Guzmán from the HZI, Claus-Michael Lehr and Steffi Hansen from HIPS, as well as Ulrich Schäfer from the Saarland University are researchers involved in the development of this vaccine vehicle.

The film The Skin I Live In works on multiple levels.  It may be considered on one level that genetically modified skin would be used for the elites only to defend against this  technology.


The nanoparticles penetrate into the hair follicles through the skin, then come into contact with human perspiration and release the active vaccine ingredients. This method of vaccination by-passes needle-based injections which has the potential of ‘getting everyone’ at once.


Bill Gates funds  as much as 80 million dollars and some

He doles out 1 million dollars to each project.  If people knew about chlorine dioxide, they wouldn’t say that they are proud to serve some humanitarian purpose, lasers.. come on now.  Assistant professor Szabolcs Marka of Columbia University was given 1 million dollars to perfect his laser wall of light that mosquitoes avoid crossing.  He is one to have said he’s proud to ‘serve’.  What he’s doing is perfecting a technology that is intended for a completely different ‘service’.. and it is definitely not humanitarian.

All news concerning mosquitoes have the inherent message “to prevent malaria carrying mosquitoes” as well as “ma be used to eradicate malaria”.  The laser is specific to one spot.. how can this laser zap the entire population of mosquitoes?  Absolute nonsense.  These ‘tagline’ are industry industry media plants that keep you accepting their progress towards human eugenics.


The victims of drugging is such that they don’t have an awareness of what happens to them. (Click below)

Transgenics:  Human Genome Project



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