Wednesday January 27, 2010

“Uncomfortable Questions” Asked by Jewish Rabbi Outside Planned Parenthood Abortuary

By Thaddeus M. Baklinski

SPRING VALLEY, New York, January 27, 2010 ( – While the Washington D.C. March For Life was taking place on January 22, Rabbi Noson Shmuel Leiter, Executive Director of Torah Jews for Decency, was standing outside the Planned Parenthood abortuary in Spring Valley NY, reading a list of “uncomfortable questions,” and providing the equally uncomfortable, but necessary answers.

Carrying a banner that said, “Planned Parenthood Spreads Spirit of Barbarism” Rabbi Leiter began by asking, “What is worse than yet another year of mass-murder of the most defenseless citizens?”

The answer? “Another year of the State-Sanctioning of that Holocaust.”

He then asked: “What is even worse than the murder of 60 million preborn babies?” answering: “Planned Parenthood – which brazenly legitimizes – and thereby perpetuates – that crime.”

The Rabbi continued to read a series of questions along the same lines.

“How can ‘the little guy’ hope to fight the agenda funded by leftist billionaires?” he asked, pointing out in response, “Mere exposure of the actual ‘power behind the (satanic) throne’ diminishes their effectiveness.”

“If we don’t deal with the source of subversion – we certainly won’t stop it,” he said. “But if we do address those shadowy forces (e.g. the foundations of Soros, Ford, and others) we most likely will merit to see significant successes – perhaps well beyond our expectations. May that be His Will.”

Rabbi Leiter told LifeSiteNews that after reading his declaration outside the abortuary he and his companions were ordered to leave by someone claiming to represent the owner of the property.

“After I politely asked a few questions to ascertain the validity of the order to leave, he angrily swore, rudely barking that he doesn’t care at all about anything we’re here for (pointing to my banner) and threatened to call the Police,” Rabbi Leiter explained.

“After determining that he probably had the legal right to keep us out of that immediate area, we left – not much before the time we had previously planned to end.”