Georg Adamson thinks he has seen something that could change the world, but are the authorities going to let that happen?
In Sieg Heil or the Triumph of Good, Romanian novelist Orlando Balaș takes us to the year 2151. In doing so, he reveals his predictions as to what the world may be like in the distant future, if not earlier. There human life has been completely overturned by scientific progress that regulates everything – including human reproduction.
In such times, Georg is on an unusual trial for inadvertently going public about what he saw, something with potentially uncontrollable consequences for the state, and its stringent, decades-long undertaking with biotech companies. Is he lying about what he saw? If not, how far will the authorities go to silence him?