What should be done with professional, very well educated white collar criminals? As renowned author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn stated; “We must have the courage to see the evil in the world and root it out.”
Prison, whether behind bars or self-inflicted due to cowardly succumbing to the demands of evil, abusive people or organizations; can help one realize the importance of freedom and being moral.
However, many professional and other criminals do not believe in God so they are less likely to be moral because they think there will not be any consequences. In looking at their life, most are so full of shame and guilt that they are not happy and do not know how to love either. Hate and violence is their way of life.
Using the Nodal Point Method can help analyze a person’s true character. What this entails is to notice when a person made sharp changes in his or her life; why they made the changes and how they behaved at those moments of change. Take each change and analyze it in this manner. You will see a pattern and this will show you their true character.
Rarely does an evil person become a good one, consistently and willingly. It is usually just an act or part of a scheme.
Many authors, philosophers and other experts have stated that we should regard our challenges and difficulties as opportunities or hidden treasures. The more difficult our challenges are, the more they can help us grow and help us improve humanity.
So what should be done with these professional white collar criminals?
Since the U.S. Constitution and other laws mandate that the law must apply EQUALLY to everyone; they must be held responsible for their criminal, abusive and malicious acts like everyone else. This is why I keep fighting to expose the truth and bring forth justice for Mothers, Fathers, their Children and others suffering from Parental Alienation and from other crimes associated with this form of abuse, terror, torture and oppression.
If not I, then who?
Attached are photos I took today down at the beach in Santa Monica when I was rollerblading. As usual the weather was beautiful especially since the clouds started to roll in for our predicted rain storm.
If you have not been to the Santa Monica beach in a while, I highly recommend going. The new Expo line train takes you right down to the pier and the new walkway is beautiful. Directions all over downtown Santa Monica are very visible from the creative pavement signs and other signs too as well as people handing out maps. The new incline is very efficient and also is architecturally very pleasing as are the pedestrian bridges over the highway. I also love some of the new sculptures.
Living in Los Angeles is great because even if you only have a few hours, you can take the train down to the beach, rollerblade or do many other things and then come back.
This weekend I plan to make a delicious soup with the fresh vegetables I bought. I am making a mushroom, zucchini, celery, tomato and cilantro soup. I have sweet yellow and orange grape tomatoes and heirloom tomatoes too. This will be perfect with the expected rain and after my yoga class. Hope you are having fun too and doing many worthwhile things.
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; www.PAlienation.org