Talk Nation Radio: Sandy Davies on Asking World’s Help in Resisting U.S. Crimes


Nicolas J “Sandy” Davies is the author of Blood On Our Hands: the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq, with a preface by Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz.

He also wrote the chapter on “Obama at War” in Grading the 44th President, and a chapter titled “Crime By America: No Accountability, No Justice, No Peace” in a new book, Crime and Punishment in America, due out in the fall of 2016. He writes regularly about U.S. aggression and war crimes for Consortium News, and other alternative media outlets.

He served as an issue team leader on war and peace issues for Progressive Democrats of America (PDA), and he drafted Roots Action’s current “Appeal from U.S. to World” to ask foreign governments to come together and stand up for international law in the face of systematic U.S. aggression and war crimes.


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  1. speakout  June 16, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    Just like slavery was abolished over a century ago, we must also abolish war. Unfortunately, it has become a cash cow for the war mongers.
    We need to declare that no profit can be made from a war. We need to transition the weapons manufacturers to humanitarian projects.

    We need to stop glorifying war, it is a horrible event. Any politician that votes to send bombs or troops anywhere in the world, must be on the front line.
    The suits in DC never think THEY should sacrifice, but they should be the first to do so. Then they would never vote for war.

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