- If this were about anything less important than global climate, one could take the UBA’s intervention as a badge of honor: There are not many journalists in Germany whose works are so shattering that they would be put on a black list. I know people who would kill to get that kind of recognition.”
But as the censorship is now being brought to court, the question comes back: Did ever the President of KTH ask what in the book is so wrong? What answer from the censoring activists at the School of Engineering Sciences, did the President then get? Did the Presdient endorse the censorship without understanding the reasons presented? Or even without reasons?
PS1 No, the President knows the reason very well. The reason for censorship is that the book tells a devastating truth (which climate skeptics also do) about the education at KTH, which cannot be met by argument and thus has to censored. What is it then that cannot be said? Read the first chapter of the book and find out yourself! There is a link to the book on this blog. Hint: It is a truth which becomes more true with every day that passes. Another hint is given by the President of Stanford University.
PS2 Even if there is some undisputable honor in being black-listed by censorship, there is a cost from defamation which asks for indemnity in the coming legal process.