Its a handle..who gave that handle is of no consequence...Hindus where killed in their millions by the same god who killed thousands of druids and their priests...They stole our holy places our festivals..changed the stories to corrupt our followers and threatened internal fires for not converting..Pagans never consumed their neighbours land they lived in peace for thousands of years...The old gods will return and drive the new gods from our holy places...
In the case of hinduism and islam, certainly. Also in the case of the teutonic order and german conquest of modern day latvia, lithuaniam and estonia. However those holding polytheisitc faiths ranged from the peace loving and civilised athenians (though I would like to point out that one of the greatest athenian thinkers -socrates- was anti-polytheist and was killed for his beliefs)
to the totalitarian and bloody faith of the carthaginians, to rather more mixed faiths like that of the romans, who on the one hand were very civilised, but had their own cult of blood in the arenas, and themselves waged a war on the druidic faith, cutting down sacred groves. The Jews were monotheistic since early times, and did not impose their faith on others, thought they fought a number of wars for varying reasons. Christianity was spread mostly peacefully(with an exception as shown above), with pagan countries in scandanavia, and in ireland, converting peacefully. Many of the great pagan traditions and festivals are preserved in Christian rites and buildings. For instance there are many 'green men' carved in the Cathedral nearby myself, and the bible itself draws on pagan mytholgy- with the turning of water into wine reminicant of dyinisiac 'miracles'