With the word moord (murder) being Dutch: besides people like Anthony Reid no (Dutch) historian acknowledges this frequency. These are the recorded numbers: 75 murders between 1910-1920, 51 between 1920-1930, 28 between 1930-1940. Hardly one per week; it seems a bit like spicing up the numbers....
Anyway, this Multatuli quote in his book Max Havelaar describes the Dutch behavior which demonstrates why the resistance was so strong: "a village that had just been captured by the Dutch, so it was on fire.".
And some milestones (=euphemisms) used by the Dutch government about the situation in Nederlands Indië (sorry for my lousy translation):
Just to show Atjeh was not an exception...1894: The Rajah of Lombok is "brought to reason '
1896: In Aceh 'the pacification has begun' (chasing Teuku Umar)
1901: On Jambi ", the extension of our authority has begun"
1903: On Korintji " action with weapons has occurred "
1905: On Borneo "a long lasting battle has ended "
1905: Celebes "is brought completely under direct control"
1906: On Bali "our power is properly confirmed"
1908: On the Aru islands "the limits of our expanded government are significantly broadened"
1910: On Halma Heira "the situation is put to order"