Since the Swingin’ Sixties, the Netherlands has gone from being one of the most Christian nations in Europe to one of the most godless.
Rampant hard-core drug use, involuntary euthanasia on the elderly, some of the most liberal prostitution laws in Europe, abortion on demand, etc, are prime examples of the worship-of-self in Holland.
As noted in The Changing World Religion Map by Stanley D. Munn, the author cites that in 1930 Holland, 44 percent of the nation were members of the Dutch Reformed Church;
36 percent were Catholic; five percent were classified as “Other”, usually various other Protestant groups; and 14 percent identifying as “No affiliation”.
However, in a 2016 report, DutchNews.nl cites fully two-thirds of the Dutch have no declared religious faith at all.
Curiously, of that remaining third that adhere to a particular faith, slightly more than one-in-five are followers of Mohammed (seven percent of the total Dutch population).
Interestingly enough, the same cited source notes that by 2020, the Muslim population of Holland will rise to 26 percent.
Maybe by coincidence, maybe not… with the wholesale abandonment of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost by the Dutch people, to borrow a phrase from Robert Bork, as the Dutch continue with their slouching towards Gomorrah, things have predictably gotten worse.
As reported by Breitbart.com (London), “Annually around 1,400 Dutch minors fall victim to ‘loverboys’ — a term used in the country to refer to young men who lure underage teens into relationships then force them into the sex industry — according to police human trafficking experts…”
With gifts, drink, and drugs, so-called ‘loverboys’ will seduce a girl into agreeing to become his sex partner before taking pictures or video footage of the encounter which will then be used as leverage to force her into prostitution, Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad reports.
“These men are mostly Moroccans, Turks, Caribbeans, and Roma. The lion’s share of them have a migrant background,” said Gideon van Aartsen from Watch Nederland, an initiative which coordinates with the nation’s police on efforts to fight child sexual exploitation (CSE).
He told the newspaper that selling sex with schoolgirls is a “lucrative trade” that can earn “up to 800 euros a day on a girl” for ‘loverboys’, most of whom are part of larger networks that are also involved in trafficking illegal drugs and weapons.