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Posted on May 12, 2013



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Who: David Nghiem is an adventurer, explorer, inventor, and author. He has a total of 5768 miles riding a bicycle across South and Central America over a span of two and a half years. He’s made numerous appearances in the media speaking about his adventures and perspectives from the street level view of the societies, cultures, and environments he’s explored. If you’d like to book him for a radio show, newspaper, or TV interview, please feel free to contact him at davesnewadventure [at] yahoo [dot] com.

What is this blog about?

I’ve gotten some questions as to what my blog is about, as I don’t seem to fit the regular profile of someone who just talks about being on the saddle of a bicycle on an extended trip. For me, the bicycle is a very intimate vehicle into the lives, cultures, and societies that I’ve explored in my years bicycle touring Latin America. Some readers have noted that I seem to have a very heavy globalization focus on my blog as well. This is for a good reason.

By exploring the lives of common Latin Americans, I was exposed to the dirty underbelly of US foreign policy. In fact, I was in a bar in Cuzco, Peru, watching two vastly different dialogues during the September 11th, 2001 tragedies in NYC. One dialogue was the American one, and the other was the Spanish language one, and neither of the two even concurred with regards to the events of that fateful day.

That moment was my awakening moment, due to the sheer number of discrepancies in that tragedy, and later on, I was starkly slapped in the face with the economic downfall of Argentina, a nation who went from what looked like the first world, straight to the 3rd. This was my first encounter with the Washington Consensus, the IMF, and the World Bank. Later, during my cycle journey through Central America, I explored  the economic and political carcasses resulting from the same Washington Consensus. During that time, I concluded that the Washington Consensus mainly targeted non white peoples. I was totally wrong.

When I traveled through southern Brazil, Uruguay, and into Buenos Aires, Argentina, I noted that this same set of locusts decimated all peoples, whether white, black, brown, red, or yellow. The locust swarm is the New World Order, a supranational bankster cabal, whose policies are implemented outside of voter interests in the halls of Washington, Wall Street, Brussels, London, and anywhere else where they can bribe, assassinate, and control.

By the time I finished my second tour of South America, after talking to many people of all spectrums, ethnic groups, and cultures, I concluded that not only is the New World Order very real, malicious, and dangerous, but they’re also unbelievably arrogant, where they actively brag about their plans on the public record.

So, while part of this blog will contain my numerous articles written from the saddle of the bicycle as the adventurer, the other part of this blog will contain the numerous articles I’ve written regarding geo-politics and the antics of the bankster cabal, from the viewpoint of the analyst. I do hope that the end result is a blog that informs, awakens, and entertains you.

And yes, in some way, shape, and form, it’s all connected…

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