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In this book review, philosopher J. Fries sums up the arguments against integrating the Jews as they stood in the beginning of the 19th century as citizens of the german reich. Focusing on the history of their interactions with other peoples, he gives us arguments against their integration and suggests reforms they would need to do in their culture to be welcomed into german society as well as reforms the german government ought to have undertook. Things didn’t go this way as we now know and maybe, if a real dialog occured, the course of events could have been otherwise. The character he describes and the sickness nature of those manners is very interesting for peopleliving in the beginning of the 21st century in the west, with a dissoluted society, individualism and opportunism being the core values and everybody participating in the globalist financial schemes, no more operated by jews but with the same dynamics of slavery put in place.
TODO: modernize the text even more freye > freie
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