Essay/Part II. Immediate possibilities of the monetary reform

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PART II. IMMEDIATE POSSIBILITIES OF THE MONETARY REFORM


Introduction


Introduction

The monetary isntrument we have described in Part One is, because of its feature of being static, its diversification and personalization, the suitable instrument of a rational monetary system, being a true measuring system of the elementary market phenomena. Its telematic modernization gives it, besides, an extraordinary plasticity and agility.

Now, besides these purely commercial qualities, the pro-telematic cheque-invoice has many other important advantages, of a much more general bearing: the market knowledge it supplies immediately opens the doors to a much more rational social action.

In fact, the suggested monetary instrument, because it is a complete document of every elementary market exchange carried out, supplies a clear, exact and complete information on the exchanges and on the whole market. Through this information, social practices much better suited to the actual needs may be worked out, much more effective as far as the results are concerned.

There is, however, an immediate objection to the introduction of the pro-telematic cheque-invoice as a single monetary instrument. That is, saying that it will become the best and greatest instrument for the control and domination of people by the State which has ever been conceived.

In order to answer this objection, we suggest that Justice —which will have become, constitutionally and in practice, fully independent from the State— become the only warden of the telematic monetary network: it will be the only one to have access to all of the guarded information, but only in very well-defined circumstances.

If the intimacy and privacy of all the people in the geopolitical community are well protected by Justice, the immediate advantages of the pro-telematic cheque-invoice and of all the telematic network become evident and acceptable by all honest people with an average intelligence.

All that we shall suggest in this Part Two falls within the context of the present social pattern: it does not imply any breaking of the prevalent social structures, but only a clarification of the same, thanks to the information supplied by the cheque-invoice.

  1. In chapter 6 we shall deal on the possibilities of a society where corruption and crimes for money have become instrumentally impossible, and where the justicial organ has a much greater effectiveness than at present.
  2. In chapter 7 we shall see how a drastic simplification of the present complicated fiscal systems becomes possible: it would be very easy to legislate one single tax, established as a given percentage on every cheque-invoice issued, and to be paid always by the client.
  3. In chapter 8 we shall see that centralization of all the cheque-invoices, all over the geopolitical community —after stripping them of any personal reference—, allows an analytic-statistic omni-accountancy of market and society, which will turn out to be very useful and interesting for everybody: politicians, utilitarian professionals, market experts, ordinary citizens...
  4. Finally we shall see in chapter 9 that the fact of having available a rational monetary system is the key of a market science which for the first time will be seriously empiric-quantitative and potentially experimental.


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