Global Country leaders plan Tuesday arrival at Mansion in Vedic City

Supporters say country is spiritual, won’t conflict with U.S. government.
Fairfield Daily Ledger, Oct. 14, 2002

VEDIC CITY — A king and his ministers are supposed to be setting up court in Vedic City this week, but the people involved in bringing them there say there won’t be any conflict with the United States or any other authority. The “Global Country of World Peace,” founded by

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The Global Country also had previously established a capital on the South Pacific island of Rota, in the Mariana Islands, near the U.S. territory of Guam. The movement arrived at the invitation of that island’s mayor, but the government of the Mariana Islands was uncomfortable with the idea of Raam as a sovereign. Bob Wynne, mayor of Vedic City, said the mayor of Rota is still negotiating that dispute.

But members of the movement say the capital in Vedic City will be a physical representation of a spiritual country, not a nation that would threaten the United States’ sovereignty.

“This world government is not incompatible with other governments,” said George Hrebar, who is involved with trying to bring the capital of the Global Country to Vedic City.


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