segunda-feira, 28 de janeiro de 2013



PRESIDENT of the United States of America
The White House
1600 – Pennsylvania Ave. NW. 
Washington, DC 20.500

Subject: Wall Street Finance Moralization Reform 2010-2013

Dear Mr. President 

“What is Morally Wrong it cannot be Politically Right”

Congratulations President Barack Obama.

After around three years ago you accomplished your promised to make CHANGES in this difficult U.S. financial activity agency. Showing once again your capacity, capability and altruism to the middle class American people can live more peacefully, and the world can follow the ways of the Policed Capitalist System, that really is the best financial and commercial activity arrangement to generate employment and improve the gain level of each one competent human beings.

Below is an email that I sent you on this subject in 2010.

Really you are a STATESMAN.

Sincerely, I wish you,

Health, with respect and fraternity
Paulo Augusto Lacaz


The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release
January 26, 2013
WEEKLY ADDRESS: Two Nominees Who Will Fight for the American People.

WASHINGTON, DC—In this week’s address, President Obama discussed his nomination of Mary Jo White to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission and Richard Cordray to continue as Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The President signed into law rules of the road to reform Wall Street and protect consumers, and these two individuals will be the tough cops on the beat to enforce the law and protect middle-class Americans.

The audio of the address and video of the address will be available online at at 6:00 a.m. ET, Saturday, January 26, 2013.

Remarks of President Barack Obama
Weekly Address
The White House
January 26, 2013

      Hi, everybody. Here in America, we know the free market is the greatest force for economic progress the world has ever known. But we also know the free market works best for everyone when we have smart, commonsense rules in place to prevent irresponsible behavior. 

That’s why we passed tough reforms to protect consumers and our financial system from the kind of abuse that nearly brought our economy to its knees. And that’s why we’ve taken steps to end taxpayer-funded bailouts and make sure businesses and individuals who do the right thing aren’t undermined by those who don’t.

But it’s not enough to change the law – we also need cops on the beat to enforce the law. And that’s why, on Thursday, I nominated Mary Jo White to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Richard Cordray to continue leading the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Mary Jo White has decades of experience cracking down on white-collar criminals and bringing mobsters and terrorists to justice. At the SEC, she will help complete the task of reforming Wall Street and keep going after irresponsible behavior in the financial industry so that taxpayers don’t pay the price. 

Richard Cordray is a champion for American consumers. After the Senate refused to allow Richard an up-or-down vote when I nominated him in 2011, I took action to appoint him on my own. And since then, he’s helped protect Americans from predatory lenders, launched a “Know Before You Owe” campaign to help families make smart decisions about paying for college and cracked down on credit card companies that charge hidden fees. But Richard’s appointment runs out at the end of the year, and in order for him to stay on the job, the Senate needs to finally give him the vote he deserves.

As President, my top priority is simple: to do everything in my power to fight for middle-class families and give every American the tools they need to reach the middle class.

That means bringing in people like Mary Jo and Richard whose job it is to stand up for you. It means encouraging businesses to create more jobs and pays higher wages, and improving education and job training so that more people can get the skills that businesses are looking for. It means reforming our immigration system and keeping our children safe from the menace of gun violence. And it means bringing down our deficit in a balanced way by making necessary reforms and asking every American to pay their fair share.

I am honored and humbled to continue to serve as your President. And I am more hopeful than ever that four years from now – with your help – this country will be more prosperous, more open, and more committed to the principles on which we were founded.

Thanks, and have a great weekend.

PRESIDENT of the United States of America
The White House
1600 – Pennsylvania Ave. NW. 
Washington, DC 20.500

Cc: For All US Senators 
Cc: Mr. Joe Biden – Vice President 
Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton – US Department of State
Mr. Tim Kaine - Democratic National Committee 
Mr. Mitch Stewart - Organizing of American 
Mr. David Plouffe - Campaign Manager – Obama for America 

Subject: Wall Street Finance Moralization Reform.

Dear Mr. President 

                             “What is Morally Wrong it cannot be Politically Right”.

Please, you don’t advance only with actions creating the strongest consumer protections, but complemented juridically for vigorous penalties. There is need to educate the US citizens mainly the economist-financial and lawyers with the objective to minimize the selfishness and the expansion of the Altruism, through the Human Feeling Education. But we have not timed to tracing this glide for short time effect; the penalty has to be strong to avoid the chaos, and consequently the Great US Nation society destruction; like the promoted by devastating financial crisis – 2009, that if not existing a Democrat like you, that has been trying to defend us, we would probably be living in an economical and financial great hecatomb. 

All civilization possesses a society that is maintained by a “tripod". The "equilibrium"; that is, the Social Harmony of this society depends on the "vector" greatness of these "three legs"; first represent the Moral Capital; other the Material Capital ($) and finally the third the Scientific Intellectual Capital. The unbalance in the greatness of one of these “three vectors” can cause the implosion of a civilization. The larger fragility of US Society is in the Moral Capital. It is said that it is necessary to strengthen this “foot of the tripod”. 

Because figuratively when "the Entropy of the Moral Capital of the American Society” reaches the "Zero" she "will implode", creating a great "black hole” and it will swallow all us. 

The Moral Capital of a scientific analysis was already presented more than 160 years ago by Augusto Comte, through of a Science, known by Theoretical Positive Moral Science or Science of the Construction or Scientific Psychology.

To collaborate with suggestions of medium and long times, I enclosed a philosophic letter that I sent you, soon after your possession - Suggestion of New Ideas, at the Domestic Level, for the Administration of President Barack Obama. 

I wait that some topics of this Letter will be useful for macro Positive Morality notions of in order to we avoid great future overthrow, not only for the US, but for all countries that participate of the Financial Globalization, whose command is yours.

For this moment, to reduce the number of great Banks for a great number of small banks, initially it can elevate the operational cost, but with certainty, it will elevate the competition among them. But they will need of fiscalization and control from STATE, to avoid Cartels and Damping among them, through the Consumer Financial Protection Agency - CFPA and by US Government Accountability Office– US GAO 

When the “money speaks”, the Truth remains silent! In elapsing of the time it is proven that this is not true.

The love for the homeland and for the nation they have to be above the love to the profit and TO the money.



President, you are moving and jogging a great “African house hornet".

It is very dangerous! 
Look what happened with President Mr. Jean Kennedy. Please, you are careful!

You deserve eight years of government. The Democrats have to possess a Leader to make Progressive CHANGES.

Take care, many times the STATESMAN prime it is Death. But please:
“To Conserve, Bettering”

Your safety has to be doubled! 

I am not futurist; I am scientifically a studious, with base in natural philosophical laws in Sociology and Moral Positives Sciences. 

Expecting to hear from you, I wish you 
Health, with respect and fraternity 
Paulo Augusto LACAZ  (*)

PS: TO LIVE FOR SOMEBODY ELSE: It is not to give your property or money for the other ones, it is to do the well-being the other ones so that, your well-being goes out with the other ones. There is need competition, but she has to be administered, that is, moderate because it can take us we practice cruelty. We have to subordinate the personality to the sociability. The Capitalism has to be watched and advised, with press freedom, with elevate responsibility. Otherwise he self-destroys.

The Wall Street Lobbyist actions are morally wrong………


----- Original Message -----

From: "Mitch Stewart,"
To: Paulo Augusto LACAZ
Sent: Dom 18/04/10 13:00
Subject: Fwd: A presidential veto

Paulo Augusto --

President Obama means business.

He's committed his administration to reining in Wall Street and creating the strongest consumer protections in history. And on Friday he made it clear that we can't allow another devastating financial crisis -- so he'll veto any reform bill that doesn't bring the derivatives market under control.

But the Senate could begin debate as soon as this week, and Republican leaders are teaming up with Wall Street lobbyists to defeat the bill -- so the President needs your help to show that the American people stand with him on Wall Street reform:



P.S. -- Don't miss the President's message from Friday below.

-------------Original Message------------- 2010

From: Barack Obama

Subject: Wall Street reform

Friend -- 

It has now been well over a year since the near collapse of our entire financial system that cost the nation more than 8 million jobs. To this day, hard-working families struggle to make ends meet.

We've made strides -- businesses are starting to hire, Americans are finding jobs, and neighbors who had given up looking are returning to the job market with new hope. But the flaws in our financial system that led to this crisis remain unresolved.

Wall Street titans still recklessly speculate with borrowed money. Big banks and credit card companies stack the deck to earn millions while far too many middle-class families, who have done everything right, can barely pay their bills or save for a better future.

We cannot delay action any longer. It is time to hold the big banks accountable to the people they serve, establish the strongest consumer protections in our nation's history -- and ensure that taxpayers will never again be forced to bail out big banks because they are "too big to fail."

That is what Wall Street reform will achieve, why I am so committed to making it happen, and why I'm asking for your help today.

Please stand with me to show your support for Wall Street reform.

We know that without enforceable, commonsense rules to check abuse and protect families, markets are not truly free. Wall Street reform will foster a strong and vibrant financial sector so that businesses can get loans; families can afford mortgages; entrepreneurs can find the capital to start a new company, sell a new product, or offer a new service.

Consumer financial protections are currently spread across seven different government agencies. Wall Street reform will create one single Consumer Financial Protection Agency -- tasked with preventing predatory practices and making sure you get the clear information, not fine print, needed to avoid ballooning mortgage payments or credit card rate hikes.

Reform will provide crucial new oversight, give shareholders a say on salaries and bonuses, and create new tools to break up failing financial firms so that taxpayers aren't forced into another unfair bailout. And reform will keep our economy secure by ensuring that no single firm can bring down the whole financial system.

With so much at stake, it is not surprising that allies of the big banks and Wall Street lenders have already launched a multi-million-dollar ad campaign to fight these changes. Arm-twisting lobbyists are already storming Capitol Hill, seeking to undermine the strong bipartisan foundation of reform with loopholes and exemptions for the most egregious abusers of consumers.

I won't accept anything short of the full protection that our citizens deserve and our economy needs. It's a fight worth having, and it is a fight we can win -- if we stand up and speak out together.

Thank you,

President Barack Obama

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