No man is to be molested on account of his opinions, even his religious opinions, provided that their manifestation does not disturb the public order established by law.
Gist of Idea
No one should be molested for their opinions, if they do not disturb the established order
Mirabeau and committee (Declaration of the Rights of Man , 10)
Virtually any opinion will 'disturb' the established order a little bit, so this gives the option of suppressing quite mild beliefs, on the grounds of their small disturbance. It is still a wonderful proposal, though.
'Les Philosophes', ed/tr. Torrey,Norman L. [Perigee 1980], p.286