7. Numerus clausus against the Moses
Fantasy Jews in racist Jesus Fantasy "USA"
How national policies wanted
quotas according to the population proportion - and the
Numerus clausus; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 12
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, Jewry is a fantasy, and also the 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, Christiandom is a fantasy, and also the
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
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
against Moses Fantasy Jews in the Jesus Fantasy "USA"
1881: Moses Fantasy Jewish mass immigration and Moses
Fantasy Jewish quotas for professions]
the [[Jesus Fantasy]] United States. In the [[Jesus
Fantasy]] United States mass immigration after 1881 resulted
in the partial exclusion of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews from many
of the professions. There were very few [[Moses Fantasy]]
Jews in the teaching profession before 1930. In 1920 there
were 214 [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish students in the medical
schools of the State of New York; by 1940 there were only
108 in the same schools.
In its Annual Report in 1932, the American [[Moses Fantasy]]
Jewish Committee was willing to accept the proposition that
this exclusion was not entirely due to anti-Semitism but
that there was "overcrowding in an already overcrowded
profession" and that [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews needed to be
redirected to other pursuits. This was a vain hope in an era
when the opportunities for [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews in the
professions were constantly decreasing, so that, for
example, the proportion of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews in
veterinary medicine decreased from almost 12% to less than
2% between 1935 and 1946. The situation was somewhat better
in dentistry, where by the mid-1930s about one-fifth of the
students in the dental schools were [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews,
but even here the leaders of the profession tried to keep
[[Moses Fantasy]] Jews out. This trend of exclusion during
most of the first half of the 20th century reached down into
the undergraduate schools.
President Eliot of Harvard fails with official numerus
clausus - nation-wide inofficial numerus clausus]
There was a famous incident in 1923 when President Eliot of
Harvard advised that the enrollment of [[Moses Fantasy]]
Jews should be limited at his school, in order to preserve
the representative character of the leading academic
institution of the [[Jesus Fantasy]] United States. The
committee that he appointed at Harvard was unanimous in
opposing him and in insisting that places be given to
applicants solely on the basis of merit.
Eliot was denounced by the [[Jesus Fantasy]] American
Federation of Labor, the Boston city council, and the
legislature of the State of Massachusetts, which body
threatened to remove the tax exemptions that Harvard enjoyed
if a discriminatory police were followed.
Despite the storm an unofficial numerus clausus continued
until after World War II in most of the major American
colleges and universities.
Proportion law at Rutgers College - Moses Fantasy Jewish
agencies obtain the abolition in 1932 - national
investigations 1946 - Columbia University abolishing
religion question mark on the application forms]
In 1931 Rutgers College admitted that it was limiting the
number of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews in order "to equalize the
proportion" and to prevent the university from becoming
denominational. In the spring of (col. 1269)
the following year the college authorities withdrew from
this position, which had been vehemently attacked by local
and national [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish agencies. Nonetheless,
at the end of a generation of struggle a [[Moses Fantasy]]
B'nai B'rith survey in 1946 found that [[Moses Fantasy]]
Jews indeed formed about 9% of a U.S. college population
that was then slightly over two million, but that they were
concentrated (77%) in 50 of the largest schools, and the
best smaller schools were still discriminating against them.
The proportion of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews in the professional
schools was only 7%, thus indicating that discrimination was
The turning point came that year. [[Moses Fantasy]] Rabbi
Stephen S. *Wise mounted an attack on Columbia University
for practicing unofficial discrimination against [[Moses
Fantasy]] Jews by petitioning the city council of the City
of New York to withdraw its tax exemption. Columbia had no
choice but to announce that the question of religion would
no longer figure on any of its application forms.
1946: booming universities]
For the flood of soldiers returning from World War II the
national government was providing the funds with which to
complete their education and the colleges and universities
boomed in the next decade. Discrimination against [[Moses
Fantasy]] Jews was hard to practice in an era when the
educational institutions were seeking the maximum of
government funds. In the post-World War II era, faculties
were doubling and redoubling, and place was therefore
available for [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews. The new postwar
industries, especially electronics, required a whole new
corps of technicians, and these jobs were staffed without
regard to earlier exclusions.
By 1968 some opinions were being expressed that the marked
presence of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews everywhere in the
professions and the academic world was "arousing some
resentment, envy and discontent among less successful
non-Jewish faculty members."
High Moses Fantasy Jewish proportions at "US" universities
- the blacks want their proportion]
It was estimated that by 1971 [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews formed
at least 10% of the faculties of all [[Jesus Fantasy]]
American institutions of higher learning, and that the more
highly regarded a school the more nearly likely would it
have a [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish proportion in its faculty
reaching 25-50%, the Harvard faculty being probably one
third [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish. Attacks on [[Moses Fantasy]]
Jews in academic life and in the professions were mounted
largely from within the Negro community, which was demanding
place for itself consonant with its proportion in the total
population (about 10%), regardless of the results of tests
or other screening devices. In this demand Negroes have come
into conflict with [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews who have found
what contemporary sociologists have called the "meritocracy"
useful and convenient. Blacks have succeeded in obtaining a
quota of their own, perhaps to some extent at the expense of
[[Moses Fantasy]] Jews, in many of the best colleges.
[AR.H.]> (col. 1270)
-- AJYB, passim
-- O. and M.F. Handlin, in: AJYB (1955), 75-77> (col.
clausus, vol. 12, col. 1269-1270