Newtown World Order Religion 90

The Sandy Hook School massacre of December 14 has no doubt been seized upon by the present police state as a raison d’être for heightened gun control measures. Yet a more subtle element of the event is the promotion of a political worldview under the cloak of psychiatry and an increasingly prominent notion of “community building.”[1]

Stepping into the emotional fallout of December’s mass shooting is Dr. John Woodall. The former Harvard psychiatrist was almost immediately making the rounds in Newtown, consoling the grief stricken and advocating a seemingly unique communitarian creed. Woodall’s presence was unsurprising for locals since he resides in Sandy Hook, where his “Unity Project” non-profit is also based. What is more, the event was eerily appropriate for the “teaching children resilience” mission Woodall’s organization was already undertaking in Newtown area schools. Unity Project had already contributed to such exercises following major crises including 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina.

At first glance the Unity Project appears to be yet another new agey, “let go of the hate” platform for Woodall’s pop-humanist psychology. We must learn to overcome our ordeals and look beyond our differences on the way to one big group hug. The organization has created such a program for the youth of Newtown’s high school where students have been encouraged to fill out a psychological survey and  negotiate with administrators and teachers to lessen the homework load.[2]

On its face the prospect of developing well-rounded and engaged citizens sounds desirable. Who wants to be considered a holdout against local cooperation, peaceful coexistence, even global trade harmonization? The consequence these days includes running the risk of being deemed a grouchy extremist. Perhaps this is why groups are actively espousing and disseminating Unity Project precepts in schools and communities throughout the world.

“As we move more deeply into a national and global climate fraught with complex and nuanced problems,” Woodall explains,

young people need to become masters of working with this complexity and diversity in cooperative and constructive ways. Our democracy and the happiness of our lives depend upon it. Young people need to know how to recognize bias, see the big picture and resist and problem solve cooperatively and to resist the human tendency to allow fear and anger to pull us to simplistic and extremist solutions that only create division and conflict and end up worsening the problems we face.[3]

This exact doctrine was articulated in Woodall’s December 14 remarks to the Associated Press.

I do this for a living—I do trauma work for a living. I ran programs overseas for the State Department. I’ve worked in school shootings before. But all that—none of that counts. All that counts at that moment is that another human being is there for you … It’s a strong community. It’s a resilient community. The task now is for the community to give this a meaning. It’s like in New York City after 9/11. The lesson of 9/11 wasn’t that we should be afraid or angry, or bitter or blame or point fingers. The lesson of 9/11 is that we’re all in this together and we need to show compassion for each other to give meaning to the loss.

In Woodall’s evaluation the death and horror from such events constitute a sort of nightmarish martyrdom from which a greater good will arise. Indeed, many of the Sandy Hook victims’ families publicly exhibit this very ability to unemotionally cope with profound loss, an ostensible response and mindset that does not go unnoticed by the broader public.[4] The wide exposure of this apparent struggle suggests a mass conditioning toward the community resilience that is a foremost element of what contemporary social engineers have termed the “Newtown transition.”

Along these lines and throughout the bulk of Woodall’s writings and pronouncements there is a clear resemblance to the precepts of the Bahá’í faith, to which Woodall is a devotee. Even though his professional training and pedigree suggest a “scientific” (qua psychiatry) approach to personal and community problems, Woodall’s writings are essentially those espoused by the Bahá’ís. He just seldom declares such affiliations or beliefs publicly.[5] An exception was when Woodall and his spouse Margo Woodall recited Bahá’í passages at the December 16, 2012 interfaith gathering for Sandy Hook victims attended by President Obama.

From its headquarters in Haifa Israel and under the authority of the Universal House of Justice, Bahá’í is overseen country-to-country by National and Local Spiritual Assemblies. The religion is an international phenomenon, with its spiritual founder prophesying a global socio-political transformation under the Bahá’í order’s aegis. “The Bahá’í Faith is the youngest of the world’s independent religions,” the International Bahá’í Community website notes.

Its founder, Bahá’u’lláh (1817-1892), is regarded by Bahá’ís as the most recent in the line of Messengers of God that stretches back beyond recorded time and that includes Abraham, Moses, Buddha, Krishna, Zoroaster, Christ and Muhammad. The central theme of Bahá’u’lláh’s message is that humanity is one single race and that the day has come for its unification in one global society. God, Bahá’u’lláh said, has set in motion historical forces that are breaking down traditional barriers of race, class, creed, and nation and that will, in time, give birth to a universal civilization.[6]

In 1982 the Bahá’í faith unambiguously professed before the United Nations “the goal of a new World Order, Divine in origin, all-embracing in scope, equitable in principle, challenging in its features — that a harassed humanity must strive.”[7]

Toward this end Bahá’ís’ guiding philosophy and goals include:

All humanity is one family.
Women and men are equal.
All prejudice—racial, religious, national, or economic—is destructive and must be overcome.
We must investigate truth for ourselves, without preconceptions.
Science and religion are in harmony.
Our economic problems are linked to spiritual problems.
All major religions come from God.
World peace is the crying need of our time.

If this is indeed the basis of a global religion, before which all other beliefs and denominations must yield, there are a number of obvious concerns. For example, how does one define national or economic “prejudice”? Will one’s economic wherewithal be contingent upon converting to a new, state-mandated religion/spirituality? And along these lines, if science and religion are conflated, what entities will help determine the moral parameters of the many scientific pursuits that run counter to and endanger life on earth? Under such a scheme will psychiatrists and bioethicists make up a new clergy? Many of the Bahá’í tenets would fit well in a technocratic order where the state is the foremost authority.

According to the Center for Media and Democracy’s Sourcewatch database [8] the Bahá’í faith’s ambitious vision is a forthrightly political project calling for the creation of

A World Super State
A World Legislator
Unification of all the world’s religions under the umbrella of the Bahá’í faith
A World Parliament
A World Police Force
A Supreme Tribunal
A Single World Currency
A World Taxation System
A Single Universal Auxiliary Language
Implementation of Agenda 21 and the Earth Charter
Establishment of a World Free Trade Area

Along with the institutionalized secular faith of carbon-centric environmentalism that figures centrally in the Bahá’ís’ undertakings, the Unity Project’s understated transnationalism is likewise making inroads at public schools and in communities throughout the world. As in his previous endeavors, the Sandy Hook tragedy has provided the backdrop for Woodall’s evangelizing that seeks to realign the traumatized individual and group toward certain ideals and norms. What is arguably of concern is that Woodall proceeds under the cover of mental health professional while espousing an ardent globalist ideology that runs counter to the traditional political beliefs and religious faiths that, for better or worse, are espoused by a majority of the world’s population.

In the broader scheme of things the impulses and goals of the anti-individualistic Bahá’í faith’s and Dr. Woodall’s Unity Project provide clear glimpses of what may soon become a prevalent if not compulsory worldview–the elements of which are already being employed to ease the world’s population into a heightened tempo of violent and traumatic mediated events en route to the digitally-enforced feudalism of the twenty-first century.


[1] See “Baha’i Presence in Sandy Hook and How It May Influence Our Future,” Sandy Hook Truth, February 13, 2013.

[2] “[S]ample student strengths that might be helpful in completing the Unity Project Survey” include “Considerate,” “Doesn’t hold a grudge,” “Good at heart,” “Peaceful,” “Spiritual,” “Thinks before acting,” “Reverent.” Davis Dunavin, “Meet the Student Who Helped Give Newtown High School a True Vacation,” Newtown Patch, April 5, 2013.

[3] John Woodall, “A Summary of the Unity Project,”, February 19, 2010.

[4] Jon Rappoport, “How the Newtown Massacre Became a Mind Control Television Event,”, December 18, 2012.

[5] A search of Woodall’s blog on March 31, 2013 for “Baha’i” or “Haifa” yields no results.

[6] “The Bahá’í Faith,” Bahá’í Topics, n.d.,

[7] “The Promise of Disarmament and Peace,” Baha’I International Community Statement Library, June 1982.

[8] “The Bahá’í Faith,” Sourcewatch, Center for Media and Democracy, August 5, 2012.

-James F. Tracy

Republished at GlobalResearch on April 14, 2013.


  1. These kids are alive – every one of ’em. The whole thing was FAKE. The powers that be underestimated the intelligence of a few of America’s citizens. These artificial “tragedies” will be ignored by those who have stopped watching TV, and are awake.


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  3. Are you saying that there’s a plot by the powers that be to make the Bahai faith the one and only religion of the US and perhaps the entire world?

    If that were the case I would expect a heck of a lot more Americans to know what “Bahai” means and is. As it stands now this religion and its adherents are largely unknown.

    If any religion is gaining mainstream exposure and newer American converts almost daily, its Buddhism.


    • If there was such a plot, the Bahais would have no part of it, so it would fall flat on its face. The Bahai Faith doesn’t seek domination, it celebrates diversity and works with others, in interfaith and grassroots organisations.


    • I am afraid I am going to need a little more resume from Bahá’u’lláh, in order recognize him as the avatar. Just when I thought moon was the guy!


    • What needs to be taken into consideration is that there is an Elitist agenda at work, that they are followers of the darkest faith one could imagine, that they have no true care or concern for anything good or moral. They have sent their minions into the world’s faiths to infiltrate, to discredit, to eat from within and the will bring shame to every church, every temple, every mosque before they are done. Do not attack the doctrine, the canon, the essence of the positive religions of the world for it is these dark people within that need to be culled, judged, and imprisoned.


  4. John Woodall’s been spotted spreading consolation and understanding again. Colin McEnroe writes (re the Boston Bombing), on

    “The only reason I know anything about ‘Abdu’l-Bahá is because John Woodall, a psychiatrist from Newtown, pressed a volume of his speeches into my hand during the week after the massacre in his town. Woodall is of the Bahá’í faith. Abdu’l-Bahá was the son of its founder, Bahá’u’lláh.”,0,3953518.column

    Who does he think he is, a bleeding psychiatrist?

    The article refers to Bahai as a global religion “before which all other beliefs and denominations must yield…”. That’s not the way Bahais see themselves and their relations to other religions. What they are saying is not “everyone must become a Bahai” but rather “if you look at the larger picture, all the religions (Bahai included) are part of one common faith.” Like chemistry and physics are part of science. The Chinese economay and the American economy are part of one global economic order.

    The article goes on to say, “Will one’s economic wherewithal be contingent upon converting to a new, state-mandated religion/spirituality?” Now you’re just scaring yourself for titillation. If you’re talking about the Bahais, the answer is no, there are no rewards for converting to the Bahai Faith. Sorry.

    Then it says “And along these lines, if science and religion are conflated,..” If you’re talking about Bahais, no, science and religion are not conflated. They are two different things. Religion (Bahai included) is only one of them. There are other truths, alongside the truths of religions.

    The Bahai Faith is described in the article as “anti-individualistic.” What you been smokin’ man? All of the ethical religions are individualistic, because they claim that one’s individual spiritual well-being is tied to one’s individual moral decisions. Bahai is more individualist than most, because it does not have a one-size-fits-all idea of the ‘ends’ of individuals:

    “Every age hath its own problem, and every soul its particular aspiration. (Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 213)


    • Regina, check out this video at 2 minutes and 30 seconds. The red blob appears to be a piece of red fabric or tape that is pulled right when the gentleman walks by.


  5. Reader’s note:

    I took the time to read all the comments on this particular thread and would like to say that there are many very fine interesting comments and people posting on this stie. And even the stupid ones are of value.

    Keep up the good work, everybody.

    Ned Lud


  6. Why was Mark Potok from the SPLC on ABC this morning talking about the Boston bombing and domestic terrorism?

    This is the guy that warned us a few weeks ago about white Christian conservatives and how they were going to be our next terrorism threat.

    If this is to become the Boston narrative, this guy’s a clairvoyant genius!


    • Yeah. Like that’s not a setup?!?! I know many Christian conservatives that come in all shapes, sizes and colors , including myself. Not only would 100% of them never even consider attacking anyone, 100% would call the police on anyone that even mumbled about committing an act of terrorism! I can’t believe the BS that these neo-lefties spew out of their stupid mouths!!! Disgusting!!!


  7. Notice the similarities between police “exercises” in Connecticut and those in Boston during and prior to the bombing.

    The politicos making sure to include “home-grown” terrorism, and MSNBC speaking on the news this AM about domestic terror, this will be touted as a domestic terrorist attack, so that the “administration” can move more quickly toward a liberty trade-in for percieved, emotional security.


    • All of the terrorist hits of the last two decades; Oklahoma City, 911, 7/7 in London. Sandy Hook and now Boston, conveniently had simultaneous drills for the the same scenarios!!! WTF? I live 10 miles from where this happened yesterday. I’ve seen the gruesome pics that are surfacing on the net. What kind of monster could do this to people??? An 8 year old among the dead. I’m really beginning to hate this world. I just wanna move to the mountains and live a happy, hillbilly lifestyle. Been in cities most of my life and can’t stand it anymore!!!.


    • After Mike Harris’ strong accusations, this is exactly where my initial Sandy Hook research led – purple van pulled over, people dressed in clergy garb, Greenwich Village, bombs, amo, and even false flag Neo-Nazi literature!

      These two winner have everything, except for media exposure. Even Dr. Tracy censored me when I asked, “Are these the real domestic terrorists?”


      • I don’t recall censoring such a statement. I would have to know the context. It’s an explanation that is compelling but I’ve yet to see the Russian satellite imagery Gordon Duff points to that allegedly proves multiple parties exiting Sandy Hook Elementary on 12-14. In hindsight there may be a number of alternate narratives built in to these events that will occupy discerning minds and research activities just long enough for the next event to be cast. Consider how with the present Boston Marathon event of 4-15 there is already chatter proffered on major outlets such as Yahoo News of a mysterious figure spotted on one of the nearby roofs.


    • After watching the events and news coverage unfold in Boston—most notably the bizarre exchange between Gov. Deval Patrick and the reporter from the Alex Jones’ program—I am not even sure these two “junkie-terrorists” are even real.

      My take is that the American people are being fed lots of unsettling information on purpose. Consider that moving us in the direction of distrusting our own fellow Americans might be by design.

      Best to remain calm and ask calm questions, watch the halls of Congress and the legislation that will be proposed.

      As for the exchange described below, my belief this is two sides of the same coin.


  8. hmmm – one way to keep people quiet??

    “Adding further heartbreak to utter tragedy, the last mile of Monday’s Boston Marathon, which was rocked by at least two explosions resulting in an unknown number of injuries and casualties Monday afternoon, was dedicated to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting massacre. Boston Athletic Association president Joanne Flaminio said before the race that had a “special significance” because it was 26.2 miles long and there was 26 victims in the Newtown attack. There was also a group of Newtown parents running as part of a group called Team Newtown Strong who were raising money for local charities. A banner honoring the victims, hung at the end of the 26th mile, can be seen in the photo above.

    “In the first twenty miles we’re honoring the twenty Sandy Hook first graders,” Laura Nowacki, a spokesperson for Newtown Strong, explained to WBUR Boston. “When we crest Heartbreak Hill, and we’re coming back towards Boston, we run the final six for our six fallen educators, including their lives, to protect our children.”

    There was a 26-second moment of silence for the victims before the race started.

    Update 4:07 p.m.: Newtown families were reportedly seated in the VIP section right by where the explosions went off. There’s no word whether they are among the 23 injured and two dead from the explosions.


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