Mission Statement

Our plan is to create a network of nations and people, each functioning from their— or his or her— own niche. The basis is the creation of the international government based on the U.S. Constitution and the cooperation of nature.


The World Peace Organization for the One World Government is a U.S. non-profit organization seeking tax-exempt status under 501(c)3 section of the Internal Revenue Service code. We are incorporated as a domestic non-profit organization in the Commonwealth of Virginia under the name "Seth and Suzeranda Corporation." We also have the authority to transact business in Oregon.

Exempt Purposes

We have three exempt purposes, to purify the U.S. legal system, to heal rifts, and to offer loans to independent members to create clinics for mental, emotional, physical and spiritual healing.


We have two forms of membership. The first is Affiliate, and this is open to anyone who agrees to the creation of the World Peace Plan. There is no fee to join and no dues for Affiliate membership. Independent membership is a paid position and open to those people who are actively working towards fulfilling the goals and purposes of the organization. There are only three full-time positions, most others are temporary, part-time and related to the preparation for the conference.

Donations and Sources of Funding

We do not solicit nor accept donations. Information about our funding is available only to leaders of governments, and those who have the right to make policy for their country. Any financial documents that we are required by the I.R.S. to have open for inspection can be attained by contacting the organization at the mailing address on our contact page.

Notice of Termination

Our organization will proceed with its termination process, beginning ten years from its incorporation (September 11, 2011) if it has determined it has accomplished its goals and purposes. All members, Independent and Affiliate, will be notified of the decision to terminate at that time. If at that time it is determined that the goals and purposes have not yet been accomplished, then the organization will continue on with its work until it has. Then the termination process will begin pursuant to the laws of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, the Commonwealth of Virginia and in any states which the organization functions.

Karen Holmes (Principal)

Our organization has one director, the principal, and responsibility is delegated to boards. We are a flat hierarchy, so each of the independent members is head of his or her own project.