People who create and encourage the man-made problem of Parental Alienation are really such horrible people.

 There are millions of people, young and old, suffering from health and other problems beyond their control while those who create and perpetuate Parental Alienation could stop and end the problems they have created; but refuse to. It is reprehensible beyond words.

Since I do not have a car and ride the wonderful buses and trains in Los Angeles that can take you anywhere you want to go; I see many people from all walks of life.

Going to the courthouse yesterday I saw a wonderful Mother taking care of her handicapped daughter. They had matching outfits and she was trying to read to her. I talked to them and the daughter wanted to touch my hands as her way of introducing herself, her Mother told me.

I see many people on wheel chairs, which the buses do a great job of accommodating, many with walkers and canes, all trying to be independent and do enriching things while these horrible people who create and perpetuate Parental Alienation don’t care about the well-being of others and their feelings and will just use, abuse and terrorize them for their benefit and never stop until they die.

It is horrible beyond words. There is no sense of helping people grow in positive ways to reach their potential and make important accomplishments. It is all about them and pleasing them.

As religious leaders say; you are to “sacrifice” for them which is abuse and trying to manipulate you. Your money and your body belong to you; not them.

Tonight I was sitting in the front of the bus talking to the bus driver when an older man at one of the stops asked where the bus traveled. He could hardly speak and also had trouble hearing. I later found out his name is Solomon and that he is 81 years old, is getting ready for the Jewish New Year which begins tomorrow night and lives in a nursing home in Beverly Hills.

Anyway, I tried to help the bus driver understand Solomon who decided to board the bus but then was going to need to transfer to another bus to get home. If Solomon got off at my stop, he could walk to the next intersection and get the bus he needed. So he got off with me but could not walk to catch his next bus. I would not leave him at the corner so I told him I would help him get home.

My good friend who lives in my building and has a car was not home. I asked people turning the corner headed to the intersection if they would take him but everyone looked at me like I was crazy for even asking. I guess this is the world of terrorism we are living in.

***Can you imagine being elderly and not knowing how to get home or who to call to help you? I could not leave him on the corner at the bus stop. Would you?

So, I called the police who told me to ask him some questions and then dispatched a vehicle. 
While Solomon and I were waiting for the police to come he started to talk more clearly and told me he had gone to get his eyeglass prescription filled but they wanted too much money. I told him if I had my money, I would pay for his glasses.

He then told me his name more clearly so I could understand and what he used to do for a living and how he lived in NY for 20 years and then moved to LA.

Solomon was surprised when I told him I was also Jewish but I told him I don’t go to services because the rabbis and Jewish organizations are very corrupt because they abuse children and take the money of Mothers at the time of divorce. I don’t know if he understood but I also told him some of the foods my friend and I made for the holiday.

Then he pulled out a business card with the phone number and address of the nursing home in Beverly Hills which I called. I told them I was with one of their residents and that the police were on their way to help him get home.

When the police arrived, they were familiar with the nursing home and said since it was not far they would take Solomon home so I called the nursing home and told them.

What a world.. Too few people care about others which is very sad. 
Solomon was grateful I helped him and so was the nursing home and the police and so was I. How could I have left him on the bus or on the street not knowing how to get home?

Well I am exhausted and do not want to post photos and write about more incriminating evidence now.

Many people choose to live a life of selfishness and die having wasted their talents and potential while being filled with shame for all the harm they have caused.

Many never experience the world of truth, love and kindness which is their own fault since everyone has free will; you just have to be brave enough to use it.

As always none of this is legal or any other advice; it is based upon my knowledge and experiences including facts about those in the Establishment.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;

Parental Alienation is a form of abuse that destroys the sacred bond between a loving parent and their child at the time of a divorce. (Child includes teen and young adult children).



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