Proponents of a biopsychosocial view of ME/CFS don’t respond well to criticism. Last autumn, Dr. Jörgen Malmquist published a book on ME/CFS in Swedish. It was available at the website bokus.com. I wrote a review; and, as it is a bad book that is full of misconceptions, the review was negative. Malmquist wrote an angry e-mail, and I asked him not to mail again. He mailed again, and after a long argumentative text he finally asked me to withdraw the negative review. Which, of course, I didn’t. Today I received another e-mail. The English translation is: “In the message [e-mail] I sent to you on January 11 2021, I said that I will use parts of the text [review] in other contexts, but use third person [when your name is mentioned]. Because of your swinish, language falsifying text (“review”) at Bokus, I don’t owe you this courtesy. I can, therefore, in blogs etcetera write ‘as I in January 2021 pointed out to Sten Helmfrid’ or use other formulations when your name is mentioned.” Sigh! He is not a gentleman.