2012-07-08 04:59 AM
Rajeev Sindan said:
I must admit that I have a great deal of sympathy and admiration for Mohamed El Naschie. His heroic stance against the financial and connections might of Nature/Macmillan is admirable and even has something metaphysical about it. He reminds me of Joseph K, the hero of Kafka's "The Trial". The judgment reminds me of the nightmarish back doors and alleys of the same novel by Kafka. I cannot understand where Mrs. Sharp's conscience was on vacation when she found that Nature's article is defamatory and yet ordered some six million pounds [holysonofagoddamn... SERIOUSLY?] or so costs against the Claimant. Maybe she was vacationing in "The Castle". In this case I hope she will not wake up one day and find that she is the victim of Kafka's "Metamorphosis".