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Postby NumisMatix » 17 Sep 2010, 12:40

Spain is apparently not expecting to have anything to celebrate for the coming 40 years.

I've just realized, I will probably not live long enough to see all the UNESCO coins.
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Re: UNESCO series

Postby Illioplius » 06 Oct 2010, 10:47

That must be frustrating. However, nobody knows how long euro will exist (some "specialists" predicts only five years of its existence). And if euro will survive, there is also the possibility that banknotes and coins would be changed. After some years or decades there will be so many different euro coins, it may cause some problems.
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Re: UNESCO series

Postby theeuro » 06 Oct 2010, 21:40

Illioplius wrote:That must be frustrating. However, nobody knows how long euro will exist (some "specialists" predicts only five years of its existence). And if euro will survive, there is also the possibility that banknotes and coins would be changed. After some years or decades there will be so many different euro coins, it may cause some problems.


This isn't the first time you've been very doom and gloom about the future of the Euro as a currency. The Euro is here to stay forever. It is as constant and secure as the Northern Star. The only thing that can prevent its continued existence is if Europe itself ceased to exist.

Out of curiosity, where does your opinion come from?
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Re: UNESCO series

Postby Illioplius » 08 Oct 2010, 02:10

theeuro wrote:
Illioplius wrote:That must be frustrating. However, nobody knows how long euro will exist (some "specialists" predicts only five years of its existence). And if euro will survive, there is also the possibility that banknotes and coins would be changed. After some years or decades there will be so many different euro coins, it may cause some problems.


This isn't the first time you've been very doom and gloom about the future of the Euro as a currency. The Euro is here to stay forever. It is as constant and secure as the Northern Star. The only thing that can prevent its continued existence is if Europe itself ceased to exist.

Out of curiosity, where does your opinion come from?

Well, I am naturally sceptic. ;)
Mostly to statements like this. It is all about politics – I think big things will happen in next few decades. At least, if EU and mainly some Western European states won't stop doing too liberalistic politics, abandoning traditional culture and (undirectly) supporting ethnical and religious miniorities. First signals are visible longer time; for example Geert Wilders. You certainly know more about him, but there are many more examples and indidions about unquiet near future of Europe.
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Re: UNESCO series

Postby Nightstallion » 08 Oct 2010, 15:07

Mostly to statements like this. It is all about politics – I think big things will happen in next few decades. At least, if EU and mainly some Western European states won't stop doing too liberalistic politics, abandoning traditional culture and (undirectly) supporting ethnical and religious miniorities. First signals are visible longer time; for example Geert Wilders. You certainly know more about him, but there are many more examples and indidions about unquiet near future of Europe.


Do you mean that we should stop immigration and keep our "Christian heritage"? Because if you do, then I think you're absolutely wrong in every possible way.
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Re: UNESCO series

Postby Illioplius » 13 Oct 2010, 02:07

Nightstallion wrote:
Mostly to statements like this. It is all about politics – I think big things will happen in next few decades. At least, if EU and mainly some Western European states won't stop doing too liberalistic politics, abandoning traditional culture and (undirectly) supporting ethnical and religious miniorities. First signals are visible longer time; for example Geert Wilders. You certainly know more about him, but there are many more examples and indidions about unquiet near future of Europe.


Do you mean that we should stop immigration and keep our "Christian heritage"? Because if you do, then I think you're absolutely wrong in every possible way.

I respect your opinion. :)
We will see which way is right and which is wrong. But for now, I am glad I live in Slovakia, where we esteem our national culture, heritage (yes, Christian too, of course) and traditions.

Anyway, this forum is about euro collectiong, not politics. :) I just expressed my opinion why I am unsure that euro will survive for next few decades.
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