I agree, but I don't think that's the part anyone will applaud, or set as an example.Christianity and violence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The reality of 'Judeo-Christian' culture which as you can see above is not something which is to be applauded leading as it did to such depravity of atrocities is not something anyone should be proud of or wanting to re-engage.
I think you're truly mistaken. I assume you're not very familiar with dutch history either. Now I can easily provide you some if you're interested, but this is not a kind way to ask. I merely stated a fact about the Netherlands. Not one I invented nor particularly cherish.However regarding any country in the West actually considering itself Judeo-Christian, we can see this is not present until the 1930's in the US, not the Netherlands as far as I am aware.
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I think you are rewriting history suggesting the Netherlands are Judeo-Christian unless you are demanding the right to massacre all those different to yourself - which sadly is what some who have taken to this way, as worst shown by Breivik, show. I know not you Djoop but I do not think it is correct to say the Netherlands comes from a Judeo-Christian tradition/history/culture unless you accept what that is and want to revert to such gross exclusionist behaviour and that is unfortunately the way that term is presently being used by anti Islam extremists.