It’s about the Character of our Country‏ By David Axelrod Senior Advisor to the President

 
 

    

 
 

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It’s about the Character of our Country‏ By David Axelrod Senior Advisor to the President
 
PRESIDENT OBAMA
 
 

 

Dear Friend,

Today, in his final speech before this weekend’s vote, President Obama made the most powerful case yet for health insurance reform:

Together, we are going to fix health care in America.

Let’s get it done.

David Axelrod
Senior Advisor to the President


 
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The Willehalm Institute Press Foundation

Herewith Announces Its Latest Book Project

 

 

http://willehalm.nl/LadyDi.htm
 

 “A Modern Fairytale About a Princess,

Who Beyond Any Doubt is Still alive, Be it in slavery…”.

 

Amsterdam, March 16, 2010 – With these “unbelievable” words the author Slobodan Radojev Mitric (Karate Bob) describes his newest novel named after the message found in a champagne bottle thrown by Lady Di from a luxurious yacht into the Sardinian sea and fished out of the water there: Help! They’ve Kidnapped Me! Lady Di.

 

Help! They’ve Kidnapped Me! Lady Di is a sequel to Mitric’s true crime and love story "The Golden Tip" published in 2009. In it,  he  reveals that the original target of the criminal gang that in 1987 kidnapped and murdered Dutch millionaire and Ahold CEO Gerrit Jan Heijn was none other than the Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, whose planned abduction was narrowly averted through the undercover work of a certain Dr. Troublemaker. 

With his new book, Karate Bob now lifts the veil on what really happened already months before, during and in the days after the car crash inside the Alma tunnel in Paris in 1997. Unresolved questions as to the real circumstances surrounding this tragic accident still remain, but based on the outcome of the various judicial inquiries practically no one doubts that it led to the death of Princess Diana, Dodi al-Fayed and their driver Henri Paul. The unsuspecting reader would therefore be inclined to quickly delegate this book with the subtitle “A Modern Fairytale” to the realm of fables, were it not that this subtitle has a double bottom revealing a baffling chain of events hitherto deemed unthinkable. Since these events can “easily” be verified, the publisher Robert J. Kelder saw therefore fit to end the text of the back cover with the statement, Mitric’s book presents a serious argument for starting off where the last inquest into the ‘death’ of Princess Diana en Dodi al-Fayed ended.

 

Concomitant with this English paperback version of 242 pages appears the Dutch one today under the title "Help! Ze hebben me gekidnapt! Lady Di". A new Serbian edition of this outlandish blockbuster, originally written and published in that language by the author in his L’Atelier de la Liberté already in Amsterdam in 2009 is forthcoming.

 

Further material, such as the author’s dedication of his book to his deceased wife Iris de Vries, his introductory poem, the Table of Contents, the Prologue “The Drifter”, the Chapters 12 “Adultery” and 41 “Ride into ‘Death’” and the Epilogue consisting of a letter by the publisher to Mohamed al-Fayed can be found on the Willehalm Lady Di website and the Lady Di blog.  

 

Help! They’ve Kidnapped Me! Lady Di – A Modern Fairytale

 

Author                                                                                      Slobodan Radojev Mitric

Translation                                                                             Christiaan Eremos

Lector                                                                                       Peter De Jong

Design Front Cover `                                                            S.R. Mitric

Layout  Front and Back  Cover                                         Christiaan Kelder

Layout Inside                                                                        Christiaan Eremos

Printing                                                                                    ScanLaser (Zaandam, N.H)        

First Printing Advance Edition                                       March 2010   

ISBN                                                                                          978-90-73932-18-0

How to Buy                                                                              Via the Bookstores, on Internet or

                                                                                                    Direct from the Publisher via Email  

Price and volume                                                                 £16.50/ €19.95/$ US 24.95; 242 p.

© English Translation                                                        Willehalm Institute Press Foundation

Address                                                                                    P.O. Box 16621, 1001 RC Amsterdam-Nl

Telephone                                                                               ++ 31(0) 20-6944572

Website                                                                                   www.willehalm.nl/ladydi.htm

Blog                                                                                           www.help-lady-di.blogspot.com

Email                                                                                         info@willehalm.nl

 

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