Concurrently, in 2004 Jonathan also became involved with the London New Right, a forum created by Jonothon Boulter and Troy Southgate, who organised the bi-monthly meetings. Jonathan chaired this group until 2012. It is in this context that Jonathan delivered his most memorable orations. His talks typically revolved around forgotten cultural figures, but ventured far and wide, in a volcanic dispersion of cultural references, obscure political sects, anecdotes, and insights. Jonathan's stated aim was to revive ideas that had been marginalised, suppressed, or forgotten in what he saw as the decadent cultural desert of liberal modernity, in order so that we may have a basis upon which to regenerate the West. Jonathan was able to extemporate hour-long presentations, combining forceful delivery, humour, intellectual content, and a plethora of oratorical devices in a manner that reached audiences from all walks of life. Uniquely, he was equally effective at an intellectual salon in Chelsea as he was at a rough working-class pub in East London.
In an interview with Inverse Adi Shankar revealed that he was previously in pre-production on a sequel to Dirty Laundry , stating that the film was "going to be a two-hander that introduced the ‘ Lady Punisher ’, who was going to be played by MMA fighter and Deadpool actor Gina Carano . Thomas Jane was due to reprise his role in the sequel, and the script was written by Wayne Kramer . Shankar stated in the interview (regarding the film) that: "it may still be revisited and revived at some point down the road, and that it shouldn’t be ruled out just yet." 
This review is from: Deconstructive Discourse of Content as Reflected in: Haddis Alemayehu’s “Fikir Eske Mekabir” (Paperback)
I have came across many of the manuscripts published by this “publisher”. Some of them which appeared in amazon as books (in the format under review) are MA thesis of my students. I have been approached by this “publisher” to publish through them. However they are not serious. They don’t do a peer review of the thesis when they claim them as books and posted them at amazon. In some of them they don’t do even proper formatting and language checking. So they don’t seriously publish books. Rather tag them colourful cover pages and ridiculous price and post them in places like amazon. So I will advise customers not to be tricked by this publisher and believe that the “book” you see here has passed through due process of publishing. If you wanna buy it see it for yourself. In fact you can check the web site of the university where that author has written what you see here as a “book” as his or hers final year thesis (eg. See addis ababa university web site) and can download it for free as it is a free public property. I have written this because I am disappointed with lack of professionalism by this “publisher” which attempts to make quick money by tricking customers. Would be glad if any one can distributed this comment as widely as possible.
The writer is a professor at addis ababa university.