‘Cancel Culture’ is the Kool-Aid, and Alan Bergstein isn’t drinking it

YouTube screengrab Alan Bergstein

As “cancel culture” has swept through this country, our leaders, government officials, teachers, college professors, and even reporters are jumping on the bandwagon by tempering their words to avoid conflict. Op-ed writer Alan Bergstein, whose words can be harsh, really harsh, is not drinking the ‘Cancel Culture Kool-Aid.’ His brutal honesty is necessary for today’s political climate and crucial for us to survive as a free people. In his own words: “Let’s get right to the point: The two top elected leaders of this country constitute a clear and present danger to our survival.”

A retired New York City public school Principal and Brooklyn native, when the eighty-nine-year-old Bergstein is not lecturing, or editing for The NY Jewish Voice, he is writing for The Published Reporter, and his articles are often picked up by Arutz Sheva, a premier Israeli News outlet. For years Bergstein wrote for the conservative website, BizPac Review. Bergstein writes about precisely what is happening in our world today, and he lends his sincerest judgments on how to make things work for the people again. More folks should listen to him because as you read his articles, you quickly realize that not only is Bergstein intelligent, but he is also not afraid to say the really tough things that need to be said but are so often not expressed in today’s climate. A dedicated activist and soldier who was stationed on the East German border from 1953-to 1955 during the Korean War, his experiences have lent to his beliefs.

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