Over on the Telegraph's comment section, they raise the issue of something which I frequently bang on about.
The Dutch are going through an identity crisis. There is a growing view that liberty to choose has become a licence to do as you please, a free-for-all in which the baleful consequences include a rise in drug-related crime and the trafficking of prostitutes from eastern Europe.
This is the question which I have asked several times on here ..... how do you stop libertarianism descending into libertinism?
The question itself is not one of my own and it is certainly not new. It has occupied man's thoughts ever since man first learned to rationalise. The stories of Adam and Eve or Pandora's Box revolve around this simple issue.
The answer is religious based morality - the moral baseline as I like to call it - combined with the simple belief of the majority of people that even if they are never caught and punished for an immoral act while they are living they will be judged and punished eventually by God.
As I said, this is nothing new. There have been frequent periods throughout history when we've had similar moral decline. Britain in the late 18th and early 19th century was a moral cess pit with libertinism rife and, along with that, thriving criminality. The response was old fashioned Christian morality being brought back into fashion by the Victorians - particularly through Wesleyian Methodism.
As The Telegraph article points out, the moral decline of Holland has brought a huge increase in organised crime - particularly regarding drugs (completely destroying the liberal lefts myth that decriminalisation of drugs will mean less crime) and prostitution (another liberal left myth destroyed) - but this has coincided with a huge increase of Moslem immigrants to the country.
Those Moslems, with their religious morality, are understandably perturbed by what they perceive as immoral behaviour and, with growing numbers, are now starting to exert their influence. Unlike modern Protestantism, Islam is a strong, confident and assertive religion, but it is also a corrosive and perverse ideology with many beliefs and attitudes which are abhorrent to those of us brought up with western liberal democracy.
That liberal democracy only succeeded due to the presence of Christian morality which could act as a bulwark against libertinism, but after decades of sustained assault from progressivism and years of weak leadership from the Church, our moral baseline has been demolished and libertinism now holds sway.
As always, there will be a reaction to that and that reaction will be religion based. In the absence of Christianity in progressive, post-modern Europe and with Islam more tolerated by the progressive left - despite the fact that so many of its beliefs and ideals contrast starkly with progressivism - the religion most likely to take the lead is Islam.
The only thing that will stop it will be a Christian revival. That is unlikely to come without leadership and with Protestantism in the state it is - apologetic, uncertain, divided and at pains to be inoffensive - that is unlikely to happen.
The result will be the Islamification of Europe.