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[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica

Emancipation of the Moses Fantasy Jews 05: In Jesus Fantasy England 19th century

Abolition of Jesus Fantasy Christian customs in the structures of the state

from: History; In: [Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 8

presented by Michael Palomino (2007 / 2019)

3 fantasies - but Mother Earth is REAL
Moses is a fantasy - nothing could be found of him. The proofs are in the book: The Bible unearthed - link. So, [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewry is a fantasy, and also the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish calendar is a fantasy. Also Jesus is a fantasy: nothing could be found, but it's a code fantasy with the numbers 3,12,13 and 33 - link. Therefore, [[Jesus Fantasy]] Christiandom is a fantasy, and also the [[Jesus Fantasy]] Christian calendar is a fantasy - and the Vatican is a criminal pedophile satanic drug money laundering bank mafia - link with videos - link with news. Also Muhammad is a fantasy: nothing could be found, and the name "Muhammad" was used only since 850, not in 600 - link. Therefore also the Muslim calendar is a fantasy. Peace and healings and instructions how to handle the planet are with Mother Earth - Mother Earth is REAL and everybody can learn it: http://www.med-etc.com - have a good day. - Michael Palomino, May 12, 2019



<EMANCIPATION IN [Jesus Fantasy] ENGLAND. [...]

In [[Jesus Fantasy]] England [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish emancipation was completed through a struggle for the abolition of [[Jesus Fantasy]] Christian formulas in (col. 714)

the oath upon taking a seat in parliament or entering public office. Radical opinion in [[Jesus Fantasy]] England was much more prepared for the grant of full religious equality than in [[Jesus Fantasy]] France. The Welsh philosopher Richard Price criticized paragraph 10 of the French "Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen" of 1789 because of its rider to religious equality - "provided his avowal of them does not disturb the public order established by the law". In his view this was mistaken:

"For it is obvious that in [[Muhammad Fantasy Muslim]] Turkey, writing against [[Fantasy]] Mahomet; in [[Jesus Fantasy]] Spain, against the Inquisition; and in every country, against its established doctrines, is a disturbance of public order established by law; and therefore, according to this article, punishable."

He would have enacted the right of man

"also to discuss freely by speaking, writing, and publishing all speculative points, provided he does not by and overt act or direct invasion of the rights of others ... "(from his appendix to "A Discourse on the Love of Our Country", 1789).

This historical tradition of the recognition of separate entities as equal, and not of individuals only, was to find expression in the whole approach to the "[[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish Question" in [[Jesus Fantasy]] England as well as in the [[Jesus Fantasy]] United States. When the historian *Macaulay rose in 1833 to support the proposal to abolish [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish disabilities he based his case not only on actual situations and abstract principles but also to a large degree on the glorious [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish past which guarantees a great future for the [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews as emancipated citizens in any state (see also *Apologetics). He did not demand of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews that they should give up their messianic belief. He equated it with the [[Jesus Fantasy]] Christian millenarian belief in the coming redemption. When at last Lionel Nathan *Rothschild was enabled to take his seat in Parliament in 1858 as a professing [[Moses Fantasy]] Jew, the struggle for [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish emancipation in [[Jesus Fantasy]] England closed in accordance with principles laid down long ago by sectarian forces and ideals.> (col. 715)

[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica: History,
                        vol. 8, col. 713-714
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica: History, vol. 8, col. 713-714
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica: History,
                        vol. 8, col. 715-716
[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica: History, vol. 8, col. 715-716

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