I happened to come across an interview with Dr. John Woodall from the evening of the shootings. I didn’t recognize his name and didn’t understand what his significance was in all of this at first. He is a psychiatrist and former faculty member of Harvard Medical School. He described how he had spent some time consoling some of the victim’s families that afternoon.
After researching this a bit I discovered that he and his wife said the prayer when Obama was in town giving a speech at the Newtown High School. Woodall is a Baha’i. I didn’t know anything at all about this religion so I spent some time investigating it. It appears that Bahais are big time globalists.
First, here’s a short video interview, 12/14/12. There’s some good footage near the firehouse as well.
The Haifan Baha’i Organization
Based at the Baha’i World Centre in Haifa, Israel, the Haifan Baha’is operate under the authority of the Universal House of Justice.
This Administrative Order, as it expands and consolidates itself, will no doubt manifest the potentialities and reveal the full implications of this momentous Document—this most remarkable expression of the Will of One of the most remarkable Figures of the Dispensation of Bahá’u’lláh. It will, as its component parts, its organic institutions, begin to function with efficiency and vigor, assert its claim and demonstrate its capacity to be regarded not only as the nucleus but the very pattern of the New World Order destined to embrace in the fullness of time the whole of mankind.”
The faith is then administered country to country by National Spiritual Assemblies, and finally by Local Spiritual Assemblies. The principles and goals to which the Haifan Baha’i Faith claims to adhere include:
The Oneness of Mankind
As well as advocating the development and implementation of:
Read more at the link: http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Baha%27i_Faith
Dr. John Woodall founded The Unity Project, based in Newtown, CT shortly after 9/11.
Help our Newtown kids turn this tragedy into resilient strength! You can make a huge difference in the lives of the kids in Newtown in the months and years ahead when the cameras are gone, but the needs still exist.
All of our hearts have been broken by the senseless cruelty of the tragedy in our hometown of Newtown, CT. We know that the greatest strengths come from the greatest adversities. Based in Newtown, the Unity Project is working with the schools to help the kids there turn the grief of this horrific event into resilient strength and compassion.
The Unity Project has been empowering kids since 9/11 when agencies of the City of New York asked it to develop resilience building programming for kids across the city. Then, it moved on to New Orleans and Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. Recently, the Unity Project has launched its unique resilience-building program in Uganda working with former child soldiers to turn crisis into strengths. Ironically, theUnity Project is based in Newtown! We never imagined our services would be needed among our own neighbors.
We already work in Newtown:
We’ve been asked by the School District to launch our resilience-building “Transformation Process” in the schools in Newtown, starting with Newtown High School. Our plan is to engage young people as the agents of change in helping the town heal through large numbers of student inspired service and arts projects. These projects ”Mine the Gems” of the students’ natural capacities. We then engage the students in the Unity Project’s unique and highly effective Transformation Exercises that “Refine the Gems” into personal resilient skills. The students then are guided to “Share the Gems” to build a stronger community. Students grow into resilient role models committed to the welfare of others and competent and compassionate global citizens.
Older students who have gone through our resilience building programming will mentor younger kids in the other schools in town and help strengthen them, their families and community bonds. Instead of viewing these kids as victims, we see them as potential role models of resilience.
So now we know where all of the “We are Newtown. We choose love” signs originated. They are from the Unity Project (Baha’i faith). They are infiltrating schools in this country under the guise of peace and love but we know what the Baha’i faith is really all about – globalism and the New World Order.
Newtown schools are embracing this and it’s possible that many citizens of Newtown have been a part of this religion for a long time and maybe it explains why we’re seeing so much unusual behavior exhibited by the people in that area. The principal is already on board with the Unity Project in the schools.
“This will never leave you and should never leave you. Your tears are proof of your love. The trick is, you’ve got to find a new form for your love,” said Dr. John Woodall, a psychiatrist and Newtown resident.
I don’t want this article to get too lengthy but I found that there are schools across the country that have already implemented The Unity Project. It sounds a bit like “thought police” if you take a look at the programs.
Switching gears now … Let’s consider for a moment that the entire Sandy Hook story was made up to forward an agenda. I know there are many different views about what happened. Some believe the whole thing was manufactured; some believe it was a false flag and that people really died but that the official story doesn’t hold up; others believe whatever the media reports about the story, no questions asked.
If we consider that the whole thing was made up, what is it based on? I believe I’ve identified some of the storyline. The event has a strong “special needs” theme to it. The adults who were allegedly killed all had mental health or special needs education backgrounds. The alleged shooter had Asperger’s syndrome and possibly some other type of personality disorder so they say, and some of the child victims had autism, apraxia and possibly other issues.
The Unity Project in Uganda is focused on special needs now.
Institutionalizing Special Needs Ed
We know that there are task forces set up specifically to address mental health and special needs therapies in schools. I can’t help but notice the connection and I believe the “special needs” theme originated from this USAiD program.
Dawn Hochsprung was attending the Esteves School of Education. This is their mission:
Our mission is to to prepare highly effective leaders, educators, teachers, school counselors, and clinicians who support, encourage, and create learning environments that meet the learning needs of all students, who strive to include students with disabilities with all necessary supports, who value diversity, who are reflective, and who are knowledgeable about best practices.
Again, this is consistent with the theme. Everything fits together in a nice little package.
Consider the group organized by the victim’s families, Sandy Hook Promise. Again we’re seeing the hearts and the same language used as The Unity Project.
(similar to the Invisible Children/Uganda Organization)
It’s all the same. I believe all of the people involved in this may be members of the Baha’i faith and supporters of The Unity Project. As I’ve mentioned, some view this faith as a cult. Here’s a link to some articles on it.
I’ll have a couple of spin-off articles related to this very soon. There are other very interesting things that tie into this theme.
Although it’s interesting to identify the inconsistencies with the official story and the obvious media fakery, we also have to try to determine what will be gained from all of this and also try to determine what entities are behind it so we can watch for similarities in future events that seem suspicious.