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LordHet Publishing: “Calm down, dear.” New Dublin Libertarian Based Publishing Company launches its first book, the thriller, Nitzachon(נִצָחוֹן)

12-02-2019 11:06 AM CET | Arts & Culture

Press release from: LordHet Publishing

Nitzachon

Nitzachon

Do you remember who said, “Calm down, dear?” Probably. Prime Minister David Cameron.
Do you remember who he said it to and what it was about? Probably not.
This is why women and the competent are grossly underrepresented at the command level.
It's why the command level fails and failed, ad nauseam, across critical spheres throughout time.

Hedge fund veteran and actuary, Adam De Laine, lays out the rules of the game, the equation of victory, from politics to the workplace. It's told through “the most despicable character in contemporary fiction, and all too bloody real.” You might not like the rules, but you cannot avoid them. They decide all. Why do woman and the competent win at exams or left to their own devices, but do so poorly at the brass level? It's not sexism. It's far worse. It posits that people like Ray Dalio and his 'Radical Truth' (Jesus H. Dawkins) are the cancer of society, and it puts forward the reason from a capitalist and libertarian perspective.

“We're all throwing the dice, playing the game, moving our pieces around the board, but if there's a problem, the lawyer is the only person that has read the inside of the top of the box.”
- Jerry Seinfeld.

Nitzachon illuminates the inside of the box. There are the rules of the state, and there are the rules between these rules and the result. These are not taught in any school, yet are instinctively known by the worst elements in society. Knowing them gives you claws in a society that preys on the clawless. Are you displaying a Serengeti limp?

LordHet Publishing aims to give a voice to all on the political spectrum. Without all points of view, we are trying to put together a jigsaw without all the pieces. Conservatives and libertarians are most welcome as are liberals. The Goodreads community received the book well, albeit with a small enough audience, as you can appreciate, we don’t have the marketing resources that the large publishers have. Nitzachon is available through Amazon in paperback($17), Kindle ebook($5.07), or is free through Kindle Unlimited.

Karen Felshim
LordHet Publishing
Adelaide Road
Dublin 2
Ireland
Karen@lordhet.com

About LordHet Publishing: Set up after a dinner party discussion on the dearth of libertarian fiction authors, and that this skewers society's viewpoint. When asked why that is, we were told that the novel was sent, after a recommendation, to a top name in the publishing world. De Laine wrote in the letter that the novel was written from a libertarian perspective. A few days later, the agent posted on Twitter that ‘Libertarians will ALWAYS side with fascists against socialists’ followed by ‘white supremacy has always been at the core of the libertarian movement.’ Despicable, and the kind of one-eyed fanaticism that is spoiling discourse in society.

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