Silver Dutch 5 Euro coin 2005

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Silver coin; "60 years Peace and Freedom" nice collectors coin from 2005 commemorating the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands in 1945.
Celebrate our freedom with this silver coin in the democratically created currency the "Euro". The euro as the currency of Freedom and Democracy, whose value is monitored for us by a central, powerful but independent central bank; the ECB. Off course never acts in the interests of a few large multinational corporations, but always in the interest of ordinary citizens. Since the evaporation of billions of Euro's in the Dutch pension funds due to the current inflation targets of the ECB does not worry the Dutch government, as all this allegedly falls within the mandate of the ECB, we need not worry either, for the government surely knows what's best for us.  
The rear of the coin features an image of former Dutch Queen Beatrix. Also a wonderful symbol, presumably chosen for the efficient way she exported peace, security, and especially prosperity to countries in the developing world. This by convincing the leadership in said countries during her visits, to sign so-called Investor-State Dispute Settlements (ISDS). These ISDS's  allow large multinational corporations with a postal adres in The Netherlands, to sue these governments for possible losses in profit that are the result of things like; democratic decisions regarding matters of public health or the environment.
This way the Dutch royal family stil helps less-well-off countries all over the world in their development, something we can all be mighty proud of! 

  • .925 Sterling Silver
  • 11,9 grams
  • 2005
  • nominal value €5,-
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