The Dutch website Geenstijl weighs in on laïcité, looking longingly south to France, where absolute secularism is official policy.
Many thanks to El Rubio for the translation:
Secular Charter in French Schools
Allons, enfants de la patree-hee-ja. Pay attention, Dutch minister of education. The French republic sets the example for how you should do it, separate church and state. Education is secular, unless you pay for it out of your own pocket. And within that secular education there are a few norms and values that need to be followed by students and teachers. A set of fifteen iron-hard rules, Berlin wall-style limits regarding the insanity of religion’s excesses. Children, this is what the Republic is built on, fit in or f*** off. Not a millimeter of playroom for the politically correct twits or demanding hate-believers. No special Jesus busses, forget about segregated swimming, heads free of cloths and yarmulkes, around the neck no crosses, stars or other midway glitter for fantasy friends. In your head and in your home you can believe whatever you like, but outside it’s equality for all. A neat principle known as la laïcité. It’s not so difficult, a little bit of backbone and a healthy mind is all that is needed to pour some humanistic foundations into the fragile eggshell-like heads of children. In the meantime, we are stuck (in the Netherlands) with our religious anachronistic Willy Confusing as head of state, who started his sovereignty over us with the words “So help me almighty God” So there, so much for our laïcité and backbone. Our education system is more concerned about indoctrination with politically correct self-genocide bull**** and the fifteen rules that are taught to the little Frenchies are probably way too harsh for our sensitive mindset. And all of us don’t want this. Too bad! And also crazy, because the average politically correct person is so terribly fond of and can only exist if everything is “equal”. Ah well, tough guys, those Gauls! For the lovers, here are the 15 French rules ici [pdf].