The Most Important Subject of the 21st Century
GARRY DAVIS is a former B'way actor and B-17 bomber pilot in WWII. At age 26, he renounced his US nationality and declared himself a "citizen of the world" Supported by Albert Einstein, Albert Camus and Albert Schweitzer, based on human rights, he founded the World Government of World Citizens in 1953. Now the foremost authority on world law, world citizenship and human rights, he travels with a World Passport issued by the new government. His books: My Country Is The World; Passport To Freedom: A Guide For World Citizens; World Government, Ready or Not!; Letters to World Citizens, Dear World: A Global Odyssey, and just published, Views From My Space.
His two petitions to the US Supreme Court and one to the International Court of Justice, arguing the illegality of war and the legitimacy of world citizenship are study texts in various law universities.
A charismatic and provocative speaker, yet laced with humor, Garry has appeared on numerous television and radio programs and been featured in thousands of newspaper and magazine articles globally. Topics: world law, individual sovereignty, world money, human rights, mundialization (declaring a town or city as a global unit), the World Syntegrity® Project (designed to evolve a democratic world constitution), and the historical evolution of the World Government of World Citizens with executive offices in Washington, D.C. under the title World Service Authority.