Jewish Billionaires in America (past and present)

– Dual citizen means dual US/Israeli citizen

– Capital D, R, and DR designates political parties donated to; D – Democratic, R – Republican, DR – donated to both Democrats and Republicans, L – Libertarian (I did not do much research on dual citizens or donation to political parties from billionaires. Just because there is no designation does not mean they didn’t donate to political parties or are not dual-citizens.)

John Abele – co-founder and director of Boston Scientific

Daniel Abraham – founder of Thompson Medical, whose main product is Slim-Fast; he and Wayne Owens established Center for Middle East Peace; D

Bill Ackman – founded Pershing Square Capital Management hedge fund; D

Brian Acton – co-founded WhatsApp with Jan Koum

Sheldon Adelson – majority owner of Las Vegas Sands; Trump’s top donor in 2016; hawkish Zionist; R

Miriam Adelson – born in Tel Aviv; dual-citizen; widow of Sheldon Adelson

Robert Agostinelli – chairman and co-founder of the Rhone Group, a private equity firm; co-founded Friends of Israel Initiative; member of the Bilderberg group; R

Leslie Alexander – long time owner of the Houston Rockets; D

Bill Alfond – major shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway

Peter Alfond – major shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway

Susan Alfond – major shareholders of Berkshire Hathaway; richest person in Maine

Ted Alfond – heir to Alfond family fortune

Herbert Allen Jr – former president of Allen & Company; married 3 times

Paul Allen – co-founded Microsoft; late owner of Seattle Supersonics and Portland Trailblazers

John E. Anderson – owner of Topa Equities, a firm that oversaw more than 40 wholly owned subsidiaries in agriculture, automotive dealerships, insurance, real estate, oil, and wholesale beverage distribution

Leonore Annenberg – chairman and president of the Annenberg Foundation; R

Wallis Annenberg – president and chairwoman of the board of the Annenberg Foundation

Walter Annenberg – founder of Triangle Publications (sold to Rupert Murdoch in 1988) which owned the Philadelphia Inquirer (sold to Knight-Ridder in 1969), TV Guide, and Seventeen magazine; founded Annenberg Foundation

Mary Anselmo – widow of Rene Anselmo, who founded Univision and PanAmSat

Philip Anschutz – founder/chairman of Anschutz Corporation; R

Edmund Ansin – founded Sunbeam Television Corp

Mickey Arison – born in Tel Aviv; Chairman of Carnival, the world’s largest cruise operator; owner of the Miami Heat

Shari Arison – dual citizen; sister of Mickey Arison; owner of Arison Investments

Brian Armstrong – founded Coinbase with Fred Ehrsam; supported BLM (Black Lives Matter)

Roland E. Arnall – owner of ACC Capital Holdings and Ameriquest Mortgage (sold to Citigroup during the mortgage meltdown); R

John D. Arnold – Centaurus Advisors, a hedge fund; former Enron executive; John received an $8 million dollar bonus from Enron just before the company filed for bankruptcy. It was the largest cash bonus ever distributed by the company. Arnold was described as “unapologetic” for his success in Enron’s final days. Arnold was not criminally charged with any wrongdoing at Enron, but he was named in a bankruptcy lawsuit by other Enron staff.

George Argyros – Greek-Jew; Ambassador, real estate investor, and the former owner of the Seattle Mariners

Ben Ashkenazy – born in Israel; founder of Ashkenazy Acquisition Corporation, a real estate firm

Cliff Asness – co-founder of AQR Capital Management, a hedge fund

Louis Bacon – founder and chief executive of Moore Capital Management, a hedge fund; father, Zachary Jr, founded real estate firm Bacon & Co.

Steven Ballmer – Microsoft CEO; owner of LA Clippers

Sam Bankman-Fried – founder of FTX, a cryptocurrency exchange; DR

Ronald Baron – founder of Baron Capital Management

Perry Richardson Bass – inherited uncle’s oil and ranching business; the Bass family are major contributors to Fort Worth development; his four sons are also billionaires

Ed Bass – businessman, financier, philanthropist and environmentalist

Lee Bass – businessman and investor; R

Robert Bass – former chairman of Aerion Corporation; Founded the Robert M. Bass Group as his personal investment company. Served as president of Keystone, Inc. Founded Oak Hill Capital Partners in 1986

Sid Bass – along with father and two brothers, was the largest shareholder in The Walt Disney Company from 1984 until 2001

Frank Batten – founded Landmark Media Enterprise, which owns more than 50 community papers; co-founder of the Weather Channel

Riley Bechtel – former chairman of the Bechtel Corporation, America’s largest construction company; member of the Bohemian Club

Steven Bechtel, Jr – co-owner of the Bechtel Corporation

Arie Belldegrun – born in Tel Aviv; founded Kite Pharma

Rebecka Belldegrun – wife of Arie; dual citizen; President and CEO of Bellco Capital which focuses on start-ups and private equity

Marc Benioff – chairman/CEO of Salesforce, a cloud computing company

Carl Berg – owner of Berg & Berg, a real estate company

Nicolas Berggruen – founder of Berggruen Holdings

W. R. Berkley – founder and current chairman of W. R. Berkley Corporation, an insurance company; started investing in the stock market at age 12 with money he made from mowing lawns

Leon Black – partner of Apollo Management, private equity; relations with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein

Sara Blakely (convert) – founder of Spanx and Atlanta Hawks minority owner; married to Jesse Itzler, co-founder of Marquis Jet, one of the largest private jet card companies in the world

Arthur Blank – co-founder/co-owner Home Depot; owner of Atlanta Falcons

Leonard Blavatnik – Ukrainian-Jew; made his fortune after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the tumultuous privatization of state-owned aluminum and oil assets; DR

Nathan Blecharczyk – co-founded Airbnb (all three founders of Airbnb are Jewish)

Michael Bloomberg – former NYC mayor, co-founded Bloomberg LP; D

Michael Blue – co-founder of Privateer Holdings, a private equity firm

Neil Bluhm – owner of JMG Realty; partner of Midwest Gaming & Entertainment; minority owner of the Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox; D

David Bonderman – founded GP principal, TPG Group; minority owner of the Boston Celtics and co-founder of Seattle Kraken NHL team

Sam Boyd – noted for introducing successful marketing, gambling and entertainment innovations into the casino gambling industry; he and his son co-founded Boyd Gaming, which became one of the largest gambling and casino management corporations in the world

Timothy Boyle (Jewish mother) – CEO of Columbia Sportswear, which grandfather founded

Norman Braman – auto dealerships; former owner of Philadelphia Eagles; R

Charles Brandes – founder of Brandes Investment Partners

Donald Bren – chairman of Irvine Company, a real estate development firm; DR

Jim Breyer – Accel Partners, a venture capital firm; CEO of Breyer Capital

Sergey Brin – co-founder/co-owner Google; D

Eli Broad – founder of Broad Home Corporation (now KB Homes); former SunAmerica CEO; D

Robert Brockman – former CEO of Reynolds & Reynolds software; R

Edgar Bronfman Jr – CEO of Warner Music; The Bronfman family was the owner of what was at one time the largest provider of alcoholic beverages in the world. Seagram also owns many media companies. Grandfather Samuel Bronfman was one of the wealthiest men in Canada.

Matthew Bucksbaum – co-founded General Growth Properties

Warren Buffett – Marrano Jew (source: Mike Stathis); Berkshire Hathaway; D

Chuck Bundrant – majority owner of Trident Seafood

Ronald Burkle – co-founded Yucaipa Companies, a private investment firm; part owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins

Charles Butt – grandmother was founder of Texas-based HEB grocery chain, which Charles was an heir to

Margaret Anne Cargill – heir to Cargill Corporation, a food corporation

James Cargill – Cargill heir

James Cargill II – Cargill heir

Austen S. Cargill II – Cargill heir

Alan Casden – Founder of Casden Properties, a real estate firm; R

John Catsimatidis – Greek-Jew; owner of Gristedes Foods; Chairman of Red Apple, a real estate firm; Chairman of United Refining Company; R

S. Truett Cathy – founder of Chick-fil-A; fake-Christian; R

Bubba Cathy – senior vice-president of Chick-fil-A; fake-Christian

Dan Cathy – chairman of Chick-fil-A; fake-Christian

Leon Charney – lawyer and real estate baron; worked closely with politicians towards Israeli causes

Brian Chesky – co-founded Airbnb

John W. Childs – J.W. Childs, private equity firm; in February 2019, Childs was charged with solicitation of prostitutes; R

Robert Citrone – co-founder of Discovery Capital Management, a hedge fund company; minority owner of Pittsburgh Steelers

Chris Cline – majority owner of Foresight Reserves LP, a coal mining company

Richard B. Cohen – owner of C&S Grocers; CEO of Symbotic robotics

Steve Cohen – founder/chairman SAC Capital Partners, a hedge fund; pleaded guilty to insider trading and agreed to pay $1.8 billion in fines in one of the biggest criminal cases against a hedge fund; Cohen owns 97% of the New York Mets; R

William Cook – founder of the Cook Group, a medical device company, with wife Gayle

Gayle Cook – Cook Group

Carl Cook – CEO of Cook Group

Tim Cook – CEO of Apple; despite being baptized in his youth, Cook is no Gentile; Cook is the only openly gay CEO on the Fortune 500; D

Leon Cooperman – Founder/CEO/chairman of Omega Advisors, a hedge fund. The Cooperman Family Fund for a Jewish Future endowment of Birthright Israel, was the first endowment of this kind in the country; On September 21, 2016, Cooperman was charged with insider trading by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. R

Joe Craft – president and chief executive officer of Alliance Resource Partners, L.P., the third-largest coal producer in the eastern US; hawkish Zionist; R

Lester Crown (Krinsky) – shareholder of General Dynamics; minority owner of Chicago Bulls and NY Yankees; father was owner of Empire State building from 1951-61; D

Mark Cuban – founded; owner of Dallas Mavericks; L

Ray Dalio – Italian-Jew (source: Mike Stathis); founded the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates; Dalio is regarded as one of the greatest innovators in the finance world, having popularized many commonly used practices, such as risk parity, currency overlay, portable alpha and global inflation-indexed bond management. Marcel Dalio (unrelated) is Jewish.

Jack Dangermond – Dutch-Jew; founded the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), which is a supplier of Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Bill Davidson – Guardian Industries; late owner of Detroit Pistons and Tampa Bay Lightning; heavy donor to Jewish causes

Barbara Davis (née Levine) – Davis Petroleum; various businesses; widow to Marvin Davis

Marvin Davis – son of Jack Davis and Jean Spitzer; chair of Davis Petroleum and at one time owned 20th Century Fox, the Pebble Beach Corporation, the Beverly Hills Hotel, and the Aspen Skiing Company; D

Jim Davis – Greek-Jew; owner of New Balance; R

Michael Dell – founded Dell Computers; donated $1.8 million to Friends of the IDF in 2014

Richard and Helen DeVos – Dutch-Jew; Richard DeVos and Jay Van Andel founded Amway; The DeVos and Van Andels are pseudo-Christians and use Christianity to dupe their Amway cult members. The DeVos owned the Orlando Magic. R

Betsy DeVos – US Secretary of Education under Trump; daughter in-law of Helen DeVos; Betsy was sister of Erik Prince, the founder of the notorious Blackwater military contractor

Barry Diller – founder and CEO of IAC; founded Fox Broadcasting and USA Broadcasting; D

Sanford Diller – Prometheus Real Estate Group; second cousin of Barry Diller

Jamie Dimon – chairman and CEO of JP Morgan; was on board of directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of NY; D

Jamie Dinan – founded York Capital Management, a hedge fund; part owner of the Milwaukee Bucks; a fake Irish-Catholic

John Doerr – investor and venture capitalist at Kleiner Perkins; one of the founders of a pro-immigration lobbying group

Charles Dolan – founded Cablevision and HBO; nephew Paul Dolan is part-owner of Cleveland Guardians; son James L Dolan is CEO of Madison Square Garden Sports (holding company for NY Knicks and NY Rangers) and Madison Square Garden Entertainment; R

Ray Dolby – founded Dolby Laboratories

Jack Dorsey – co-founder and former CEO of Twitter, Inc; founder and principal executive officer of Block, Inc., a financial payments company; D

Tim Draper – founded Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ), Draper University, Draper Venture Network, Draper Associates and Draper Goren Holm; father is the founder of Draper & Johnson Investment Company and former chairman and president of the Export-Import Bank of the US

Stanley Druckenmiller – founded Duquesne Capital; managed the Quantum Fund with George Soros; R

Glenn Dubin – co-founded Highbridge Capital Management, hedge fund firm; involved in sexual abuse case along with Jeffrey Epstein

Joseph Edelman – founder and portfolio manager of Perceptive Advisors, a hedge fund

Fred Ehrsam – founded Coinbase with Brian Armstrong

Larry Ellison – co-founder and CEO of Oracle; divorced 3 times; staunch Zionist; mainly R

Megan Ellison – daughter of Larry Ellison

Archie Aldis Emmerson – founder of Sierra Pacific Industries, a lumber products company; With 2.33 million acres, Emmerson and his family rank as America’s largest private landowners.

Henry Engelhardt – founder of Admiral Group, an insurance firm

Israel Englander – founded Millennium Partners hedge funds

Charlie Ergen – co-founder and chairman of Dish Network and EchoStar; pseudo-Christian; mother was Viola Siebenthal; father, William Krasny Ergen, was an Austrian-Jewish immigrant who was working in Sweden as a nuclear physicist and left Europe prior to World War II.

Alfonso Fanjul Jr – Son of sugar baron Alfonso Sr. The Fanjuls are Sephardic Jews from Cuba. The Fanjuls have a controlling interest in Domino Sugar, Florida Crystals, and American Sugar Refining

José Fanjul – brother of Alfonso Jr; R

Judith Faulkner – CEO and founder of Epic Systems, a healthcare software company. In 2013, Forbes called her “the most powerful woman in healthcare.”

Steve Feinberg – co-founder and CEO of Cerberus Capital hedge fund; was a head of Intelligence Advisory Board under Trump; R

Kenneth Feld – CEO of Feld Entertainment, which has operated the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice, Doodlebops Live, Disney Live, Monster Jam, and International Hot Rod Association

Larry Fink – Chairman and CEO of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset management company with $10 trillion under management. Fink sits on the boards of the Council on Foreign Relations and the World Economic Forum. D

Devin Finzer – co-founder of OpenSea, a marketplace for non-fungible tokens

Paul Fireman – long-time CEO and chairman of Reebok

Donald Fisher – co-founded The Gap with his wife, Doris; R

Doris F. Fisher – co-founded The Gap; R

John J. Fisher – son of Donald Fisher; owner of the Oakland Athletics and San Jose Earthquakes; R

Robert J. Fisher – chairman of The Gap and it’s director since 1990

William S. Fisher – director of The Gap and the founder and CEO of Manzanita Capital hedge fund

Kenneth Fisher – founder and chairman of Fisher Investments

Adam Foroughi – Iranian-Jew; son of a prosperous real estate developer; family emigrated to the US as a result of the Iranian Revolution in 1979; worked as a derivatives trader after graduation from college; founded AppLovin with fellow billionaire Andrew Karam

Theodore Forstmann – one of founding partners of Forstmann Little & Company, private equity. Chairman and CEO of IMG. Coined the term “junk bonds” for which he became best known for. R

Sidney Frank – became a billionaire through his promotion of Grey Goose vodka and Jägermeister; supporter of the Israel Olympic Committee

Michel Fribourg – chairman and CEO of Continental Grain, founded by his father

Larry Friedland – Founded Friedland Properties with his brother. Known for his ownership of more than 20 buildings on New York City’s Madison Avenue.

Robert Friedland – founder and co-chairman of Ivanhoe Mines

Dan Friedkin – owner and CEO of The Friedkin Group and its subsidiary Gulf States Toyota

Thomas Friedkin – founded Gulf States Toyota

Phillip Frost – Chairman of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Investments in many pharmaceutical companies.

Mario Gabelli – Italian-Jew; founder, chairman, and CEO of Gabelli, an investment firm

Valentin Gapontsev – Russian-Jew; founder, CEO, and chairman of IPG Photonics

Peter Gassner – CEO and co-founder of Veeva

Bill Gates – founder of Microsoft; relations with Jeffrey Epstein

Joe Gebbia – co-founder of Airbnb

David Geffen – co-founder/co-owner Dream Works SKG; D

Alan Gerry – founder of Cablevision

J. Paul Getty – founded Getty Oil, divorced 4 times; notorious womanizer from the time of his youth

Gordon Getty – son of Paul Getty; heir to the Getty fortune

John Paul Getty Jr – son of Paul Getty; heir to the Getty fortune; buried in West Palm Beach

Dan Gilbert – majority owner of Rocket Mortgage; owner of Cleveland Cavaliers

George N. Gillett Jr. – Co-owner and chairman of Liverpool F.C; former majority owner of the Montreal Canadians, the oldest team in the NHL

Malcolm Glazer – President and CEO of First Allied Corporation, a real estate firm. Owner of Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Manchester United.

Avram Glazer – son of Malcolm Glazer

Bryan Glazer – son of Malcolm Glazer

Joel Glazer – son of Malcolm Glazer

Sol Goldman – founder of Solil Management, a real estate investment firm. Goldman was widely considered the most prominent non-institutional real estate investor in New York City in the 1970s and 1980s. At its peak in the 1970s, Goldman’s portfolio consisted of nearly 1,900 commercial and residential properties, including the Chrysler Building. At the time of his death in 1987, Goldman owned the largest private real estate portfolio in New York City with more than 600 properties, worth over $1 billion.

Amy Goldman Fowler – daughter of Sol Goldman

Diane Goldman Kemper – daughter of Sol Goldman. Diane Goldman owns one of the largest private real estate portfolios in the United States, consisting of 400 properties mainly in New York City. Solil’s portfolio includes landmarks such as the land under the Olympic Tower and the Cartier Building, The Peninsula Hotel New York and 17% of the land under the World Trade Center complex.

Allan H. Goldman – son of Sol Goldman

Jane Goldman – daughter of Sol Goldman

William Goldring – chairman of Sazerac Company, alcoholic beverages

Leslie Gonda (László Goldschmied) – co-founder of International Lease Finance Corporation

Louis Gonda – son of Leslie Gonda. Co-founder of International Lease Finance Corporation.

Robert B. Goergen – founder, chairman and CEO of Blyth, Inc; founder and chairman of Ropart Group, a private-equity firm

David Gottesman – founded First Manhattan Co

Noam Gottesman – born in Israel; co-founder of GLG Partners, a hedge fund

Chryss Goulandris – Greek-Jew; father was wealthy member of a Greek family of ship owners; is married to billionaire media mogul and businessman Tony O’Reilly

Ryan Graves – founder of Saltwater, an investment holding firm; former CEO of Uber

Jonathan D. Gray – CEO of Blackstone Group and Chairman of Hilton; D

David Green – founder of Hobby Lobby; hides under Christianity; funded Museum of the Bible; one of Israel’s biggest supporters

Jeff Green – co-founder of Trade Desk and AdECN; fake Mormon

Pincus Green – commodities trader; he and his business partner Marc Rich were indicted on charges of tax evasion due to illegal trading with Iran; fled the US to avoid indictment in 1983; pardoned by Bill Clinton

Jeffrey Greene – built a successful real estate business from being a busboy at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach; D

Joseph Grendys – CEO of Koch Foods; grandparents immigrated from Poland

Kenneth C. Griffin – CEO and majority owner of Citadel hedge fund; also owns Citadel Securities, one of the largest market makers in America. Griffin’s grandmother was Genevieve Huebsch Gratz, who inherited an oil business, three farms, and a seed business; has a church named after her; R

Christian Groh – co-founded Privateer Holdings; despite his first name, Groh is a Jew

William Gross – co-founded Pacific Investments Management (PIMCO); DR

Ken Grossman – founder of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company

Vera Guerin – heir to father’s real estate investments; husband is a Gentile

Tamara Gustavson – heir to B. Wayne Hughes’ fortune; board director of Public Storage

Peter Haas – CEO of Levi Strauss; Peter was great-grandnephew of the founder of that company

Mimi & Peter Haas Jr – heir to Haas’ fortune

Joseph A. Hardy III – founder of 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Joshua Harris – partner Apollo Management; principal owner of New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia 76ers

Wilmot Reed Hastings – co-founder of Netflix; D

Christian W.E. Haub – of Russian and German descent; CEO of the Tengelmann Group

Karl-Erivan Haub – brother of Christian Haub; managing director and part owner of the Tengelmann Group

Timothy Headington – Jewish mother; CEO and owner of Headington Oil; film producer

Harry HelmsleyHis company, Helmsley-Spear, became one of the country’s biggest property holders, owning the Empire State Building and many of New York’s most prestigious hotels. From humble beginnings, Helmsley moved up in property through natural salesmanship, a willingness to delegate, and shrewd acquisition policies that were ahead of their time.

Leona Helmsley (Rosenthal) – real estate investor; ex-wife of Harry Helmsley; Her flamboyant personality and reputation for tyrannical behavior earned her the nickname Queen of Mean.

J. Tomilson Hill – former president and CEO of Blackstone Alternative Asset Management (BAAM)

Larry Hillblom – co-founded DHL; disappeared in 1995; had fathered 4 children as a result of “sex safari” trips in Southeast Asian countries, where he reportedly raped prepubescent girls and teenaged virgins; Hillblom was a fake Lutheran.

Henry Hillman – chairman of the Hillman Company, an investment firm

Barron Hilton – CEO and chairman of Hilton Hotels; grandaughter Nicky Hilton married a Rothschild; the Hiltons are fake Catholics

David Hindawi – Iraqi-Jew; he and son founded Tanium, a cybersecurity firm; served in the Israeli Air Force’s Operations Research department after college

Orion Hindawi – son of David Hindawi; co-rounded Tanium

Reid Hoffman – co-founder of LinkedIn; venture capitalist; member of the Bilderberg Group and the Council of Foreign Relations; D

Drew Houston – co-founded Dropbox; D

Stanley Hubbard – CEO and chairman of Hubbard Broadcasting and United States Satellite Broadcasting; R

B. Wayne Hughes – founder of Public Storage; R

Wayne Huizenga – pseudo-Christian; Dutch-Jew; founder of AutoNation and Waste Management; co-owner of Blockbuster Video, the Miami Dolphins, Florida Panthers, and Florida Marlins

Carl Icahn – 2.9% holder of Time Warner; financier, corporate raider, and private equity investor; served as advisor to Trump; R

Michael Ilitch – founder/owner of Little Caesar’s Pizza; owner of Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red wings; one of the original investors in Motor City Casinos; has worked with Indian tribes in developing casinos

Marian Bayoff Ilitch – businesswoman; wife of Michael Ilitch

Jim Irsay – heating and air-conditioning businesses; owner of the Indianapolis Colts; father moved the team from Baltimore to Indianapolis in 1984; D

Jess Stonestreet Jackson Jr – started Kendall-Jackson winery; racehorse owner

Brad Jacobs – Jacobs Private Equity managing director and chairman and CEO of XPO Logistics

Irwin Jacobs – co-founder/main shareholder of Qualcomm

Jeremy Jacobs Sr – chairman of Delaware North Companies; owner of Boston Bruins; DR

Michael Jaharis – Greek-Jew; founder of Kos Pharmaceuticals and Vatera Healthcare Partners LLC, and co-founder of Arisaph Pharmaceuticals

Paul Tudor Jones – (source: Mike Stathis) hedge funds; board member of Weinstein Company; R

George Joseph – Lebanese-Jew; founder of insurance firm Mercury General Corporation

David Kabiller – co-founder of AQR Capital Management

Neil Kadisha – Iranian-Jew; CEO of Omninet Capital

George Kaiser – chairman of BOK Financial Corporation; owner of Kaiser-Fransis Oil; D

Travis Horvitz Kalanick – Co-founder of Uber; L

Sonny Kahn – Israel native; co-founder of Crescent Heights, a real estate development company

Thomas Kaplan – largest private collector of Rembrandt’s works; CEO of The Electrum Group, an investment company; member of the Council on Foreign Relations

George Karfunkel – co-founded American Stock Transfer & Trust Company; survivor of Operation Entebbe, a counter-terrorist rescue mission carried out by the IDF

Alex Karp – half black/half Jewish; co-founder and CEO of Palantir Technologies

Stephen R. Karp – founded real estate development company New England Development, a developer of shopping malls

Bruce Karsh – co-founded Oaktree Capital Management; donated $10 million to Howard University

Richard Kayne – majority owner of Kayne Anderson Capital Advisers

Pauline MacMillan Keinath – heir to the Cargill fortune

Amin Khoury – very little bio but apparently a Lebanese-Jew; co-founded B/E Aerospace; serves on the board of directors of the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and is the chair of the center’s Investment Committee; lives in Hobe Sound, FL and son lives in Palm Beach

Sidney Kimmel – founded Jones Apparel Group, Nine West, and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment

Seth Klarman – hedge funds; author of Margin of Safety

John Kluge – media mogul; fake-Presbyterian; Kluge is a possible variation of Kluger; has a house in Palm Beach; DR

Alexander Knaster – CEO of Pampona Capital Management

Charles Koch – co-owner, chairman, and CEO of Koch Industries; father Fred Koch was co-founder of John Birch Society; L

David and Julia Koch – David Koch was executive vice president of Koch Industries

Bill Koch – founder and president of the Oxbow Group of West Palm Beach; R

Jerome Kohlberg Jr – Co-founded Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, private equity; Kohlberg Foundation

Michael Kors –fashion designer and CEO of Michael Kors; Jewish mother

Bobby Kotick – CEO of Activision, a video game maker; D

Jan Koum – co-founder of Whatsapp; major donor to AIPAC

Bruce Kovner – founded Caxton Associates hedge fund

Stan Kroenke – owner of LA Rams, Denver Nuggets, and Colorado Avalanche; married to Ann Walton; pseudo-Christian; R

Robert Kraft – chairman of Kraft Group; owner of the New England Patriots; hawkish Zionist; was charged with solicitation of prostitutes along with John W. Childs at a Florida spa

Michael Krasny – founder/owner of CDW Computer

Henry Kravis – co-founder/co-owner of Kohelberg, Kravis, Roberts & Company

Dan Kurzius – co-founder and chief customer officer of Mailchimp

Joe Lacob – venture capital; majority owner of Golden State Warriors

Ken Langone – best known for organizing financing for the founders of Home Depot; heavy donor to Republicans

Isaac Larian – Iranian-Jew; founder of MGA Entertainment

Edward Lampert – CEO/chairman EPS Investments; Sears Holdings

Marc Lasry – Moroccan-Jew; founder/partner Avenue Capital Group; co-owner of Milwaukee Bucks

Ronald Lauder – Estée Lauder; president of the World Jewish Congress since 2007; fiercely Zionist family

William P. Lauder – executive chairman of The Estée Lauder Companies

Aerin Lauder – Lauder family heir

Jane Lauder – Lauder family heir

Leonard Lauder – Lauder family heir, former CEO

Henry Laufer – vice President of Research at Renaissance Technology

Ralph Lauren (Lifshitz) – founder/chairman Polo Ralph Lauren; D

Sheldon Lavin – owner of OSI, main hamburger supplier to McDonalds; In November 2013, Lavin was inducted into the Meat Industry Hall of Fame

Thomas Lee (Leibowitz) – founded Thomas H. Lee Partners, private equity and leveraged buyouts; D

Eric Lefkofsky – co-founded Groupon; venture capital

Richard LeFrak – president of LeFrak Organization, real estate

Douglas Leone – Italian-Jew; venture capitalist; board member of Island (Israeli cybersecurity company) and Wiz (cloud security company with most of it’s engineering personnel based in Tel Aviv)

Ted Leonsis – Greek-Jew; former executive of AOL, founder, chairman, and CEO of Monumental Sports & Entertainment; In 1998, Mr. Ted Leonsis, CEO of AOL studios (a business unit of AOL) received the Jubilee Award by the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. This is the highest tribute ever awarded by the ‘State of Israel in recognition of those individuals and organizations that through their investments and trade relationships have done the most to strengthen the Israeli economy. D

Al Lerner – chair of the board of MBNA; former owner of the Cleveland Browns

Theodore Lerner – principal owner of Lerner Enterprises; former majority owner of the Washington Nationals

Nancy Lerner – heir to Lerner family

Norma Lerner – widow to Al Lerner

Randy Lerner – became owner of Browns upon death of father, team since sold to Jim Haslam

Ted Lerner – founder of Lerner Enterprises, largest private landowner in the Washington metropolitan area

Leon Levy – investments, hedge funds

Peter Lewis – chairman of Progressive Insurance; D

David Lichtenstein – founder of Lightstone Group, a real estate firm

Andrew C. Liebmann – heir to the Cargill fortune

Marianne Cargill Liebmann – heir to Cargill family fortune

Edward Linde – co-founded Boston Properties with Mortimer Zuckerman

George Lindemann – Palm Beach Investments; owner of 19 Spanish-language radio stations; R

Carl Lindner – was part-owner and CEO of Cincinnati Reds; major holder of American Financial Group; devout “Baptist” but heavy donor to Israel and Jewish causes; R

Leonard Litwin – owner of Glenwood Management, a real estate firm

Daniel S. Loeb – founder of Third Point, a hedge fund company; member of the Council on Foreign Relations and of the National Council of the American Enterprise Institute

Jeffrey Lorberbaum – chairman & CEO of Mohawk Industries, world’s largest flooring company

Gérard Louis-Dreyfus – chairman of Louis Dreyfus Energy Services; great-grandfather was founder of Louis-Dreyfus Group; Gerard was grandfather of Julis Louis-Dreyfus

Tom Love – Chickasaw Indian/Jew; fake Catholic; founder of Love’s Travel Stops; father married Margaret Eugenia Vessels, the daughter of Tom and Kathryn Hoehn Vessels; sister is Margaret Goodman; daughter is Jenny Love Meyer

Daniel Lubetzky – founder of Kind Snacks

Daniel K. Ludwig – shipping tycoon; founded Exportadora de Sal, one of largest salt companies in the world

Jeffrey Lurie – founded Chestnut Hill Productions, a motion picture company; long-time owner of the Philadelphia Eagles

Howard Lutnick – chairman and CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald and BGC Partners; R

Harry B. MackloweMacklowe Properties, owns or has owned a number of New York buildings including 400 Madison Avenue, 540 Madison Avenue, Drake Hotel (which he demolished to make way for 432 Park Avenue), Hotel Macklowe, and Two Grand Central Tower. In 1985, Macklowe was fined $2 million for demolishing four buildings in Times Square in the middle of the night.

Greg Maffei – president and CEO of Liberty Media with stakes in Sirius XM; former CFO of Oracle and Microsoft; member of the Council on Foreign Relations; R

George J. Maloof Jr – former owner of Sacramento Kings; Maloof is the leading force behind the building and operation of the Palms Casino Resort; landed distribution rights for Coors Beer in the Southwest region of the US in 1937

Moishe Mana – born in Tel Aviv; real estate developer; founder of Moishe’s Moving Systems and GRM Information Management; developer of Mana Contemporary

Morton Mandel – various businesses in US and Israel; founded their business around the principles of customer service, using such slogans as “Killing Yourself for Your Customer”, “Always Trying to Raise the Bar”, and “A Focus on Our People.”

Stephen Mandel Jr – founder of Lone Pine Capital hedge fund

Alfred Mann – founded Spectrolab, Second Sight Medical Products, Bioness, and Quallion

Joe Mansueto – (source: Mike Stathis) founder/CEO Morningstar Inc; founder of Chicago Fire FC

Bernard Marcus – co-founder/co-owner Home Depot; R

Howard Marks (Marx) – co-founder and co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management, the largest investor in distressed securities worldwide; ethnically Jewish, but was raised as a Christian Scientist; D

Forrest Mars Jr – Forrest, Jacqueline, and John are Jewish on at least their mother’s side; Forrest Jr is the grandson of the founder of Mars Inc; Co-President of Mars from 1975-99; In 1988, the family was ranked as the richest family in the US

Jacqueline Mars – granddaughter of the founder of Mars Inc

John Franklyn Mars – grandson of the founder of Mars Inc

Marijke Mars – fourth generation member of the Mars family

Valerie Mars – fourth generation member of the Mars family

Victoria B. Mars – fourth generation member of the Mars family

Pamela Mars-Wright – fourth generation member of the Mars family

John C. Martin – former chairman and CEO of biotech company, Gilead Sciences

Manny Mashouf – Iranian-Jew; founded Bebe Stores, women’s apparel

E. Pierce Marshall – beneficial owner of 16% of Koch Industries, which he received as an inheritance from his father, J. Howard Marshall II; father was married to Anna Nicole Smith

Clay Mathile – best known for leading Iams to nearly $1 billion in sales before selling it to Procter & Gamble for $2.3 billion in 1999 in what was, at the time, the largest cash-only deal in P&G’s history

Red McCombs – fake-Baptist; former chairman of Constellis Group, former owner of the San Antonio Spurs, San Antonio Force, Denver Nuggets, the Minnesota Vikings; co-founded Clear Channel Communications

Miguel McKelvey – founded WeWork with Adam Neumann, an Israeli-Jew

Drayton McLane – fake-christian; CEO of the McLane Company, a food service warehouse, supply, and logistics firm, and was from 1993 until 2011 the chairman & CEO of the Houston Astros

Doug Meijer – Dutch-Jew; co-chairman of the US supermarket chain Meijer

Frederik Meijer – chairman of Meijer

Hank Meijer – co-chairman and CEO of Meijer

Paul Merage – Iranian-Jew; co-founded Chef America Inc, which produced Hot Pockets

Gary Michelson – spinal surgeon; has over 950 issued or pending patents worldwide related to the treatment of spinal disorders

Lowell Milken – former senior vice-president in the junk bond-trading operation at Drexel Burnham Lambert

Michael Milken – best known for the junk bond scandal in which he served 22 months in prison; pardoned by Trump

Robert Warren Miller – descended from Isaac Samuel, a Jewish merchant; co-founded Duty Free Shops

Howard Milstein – chairman, president and CEO of New York Private Bank & Trust and its operating bank, Emigrant Bank

Paul Milstein – Milstein Brothers (MB) Real Estate and Milford Management; Emigrant Bank

Philip Milstein – Former chairman of Emigrant Bank

Seymour Milstein – Milstein Brothers; Emigrant Bank

Ken Moelis – founder of Moelis & Co, an investment banking firm

William Moncrief – oil and gas exploration; R

Jim Moran – JM Family Enterprises auto dealerships

John Morgridge – fake Lutheran; former CEO of Cisco

H. Gary Morse (Harold Gary Schwartz) – Hungarian-Jew; developer of The Villages, Florida; R

Dustin Moskovitz – co-founder of Facebook; D

Charlie Munger – Leading investment at Berkshire Hathaway with Warren Buffett

Rupert Murdoch – Jewish mother; hawkish Zionist; Through News Corp, is the owner of hundreds of media outlets around the world, including in the UK (The Sun and The Times), in Australia (The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, and The Australian), in the US (The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post), book publisher HarperCollins, and the broadcasting channels Sky News Australia and Fox News; married four times; R

Lachlan Murdoch – son of Rupert Murdoch; executive chairman of Nova Entertainment, co-chairman of News Corp, executive chairman and CEO of Fox Corporation, and the founder of Australian investment company Illyria Pty Ltd; R

David H. Murdock – chairman of Dole Foods; Owner of Castle & Cooke and Pacific Clay

Marc B. Nathanson – founded Falcon Cable; former chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors; D

Izak Nazarian – Iranian-Jew; managing partner of Omninet Capital; early investor in Qualcomm

Younes Nazarian – brother of Izak; early investor in Qualcomm; Chairman of Nazarian Enterprises

David Nazarian – founder of Nîmes Capital

Samuel Irving Newhouse Sr – founder of Advance Publications, which are major holders of Charter Communications, Conde Nast, Warner Brothers Discovery, Reddit, and many newspapers

Samuel Irving Newhouse Jr – heir to Newhouse family fortune

Donald Newhouse – heir to Newhouse family fortune

Henry Nicholas III – co-founder of Broadcom; indicted in June 2008 for stock fraud and options backdating. At the same time, Nicholas was also indicted on drug charges;

Daniel Och – Och-Ziff Capital Management, a hedge fund; D

Igor Olenicoff – Founder of Olen Properties; convicted of tax evasion in 2007 and art forgeries

Jon Oringer – founder of Shutterstock

Bernard Osher – founding director of World Savings, which became the second largest savings institution in the United States; brother of Marion Sandler, also a billionaire

John Overdeck – co-founder and co-chairman of Two Sigma Investments, a hedge fund

Fatih & Eren Ozmen – Turkish-Jew; co-owner and CEO of Sierra Nevada Corporation

David Packard – Jewish mother; co-founder of HP; R

Larry Page – co-founder/co-owner of Google

Max Palevsky – Computer engineering; venture capitalist; member of Malibu Mafia, a group of wealthy American Jewish men who donated money to liberal and progressive causes and politicians; D

Geoffrey Palmer (Weissinger) – Hungarian-Jew; real estate; R

William U. Parfet – served as vice chairman of the board of the Upjohn Company where he was also president (1991–1993) and executive vice president (1989–1991)

John Paulson – president Paulson & Co, investment management; hedge funds; R

Richard Peery – fake-Mormon; with John Arrillaga, owns about 3.3 million square feet of office space in Silicon Valley, with tenants including Google and Intuit

Nelson Peltz – Trian Fund Management hedge fund; Board member of many companies; R

Robert Pera – founded Ubiquiti Networks; owner of Memphis Grizzlies

Raymond G. Perelman – founder, chairman and CEO of RGP Holdings

Ronald Perelman – son of Raymond Perelman; various investments including Revlon; married 5 times; R

Thomas James Perkins – venture capitalist; one of the founders of Kleiner Perkins; In January 2014, the Wall Street Journal published a letter from Perkins that compared the “progressive war on the American one percent” of wealthiest Americans and the Occupy movement’s “demonization of the rich” to the Kristallnacht and anti-semitism in Nazi Germany: Writing from the epicenter of progressive thought, San Francisco, I would call attention to the parallels of fascist Nazi Germany to its war on the “one percent”, namely its Jews, to the progressive war on the American one percent, namely the “rich.”

Jerry Perenchio – Italian-Jew; former chairman and chief executive officer of Univision; His grandfather established the Fresno Grape Exchange, built a packinghouse that shipped fresh fruits and vegetables to the Great Lakes region, and later founded the Crestview Winery; R

Jorge M. Pérez – chairman and CEO of The Related Group, a real estate firm; R

Isaac Perlmutter – born in Israel; dual-citizen; CEO of Marvel Enterprises Inc; owner of Remington Products and Marvel Toys; R

Thomas Peterffy – Hungarian-Jew; played a role in developing the first electronic trading platform for securities; founder, chairman, and the largest shareholder of Interactive Brokers; lives in Palm Beach, three doors from Donald Trump; married 3 times

Peter G. Peterson – Greek-Jew; was chairman and CEO of Lehman Brothers. Later in 1985, he and Stephen Schwarzman founded the private equity firm, The Blackstone Group, and served as chairman. In the same year, Peterson became chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations; DR

Jeffry Picower – was the largest beneficiary of Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme

Marion MacMillan Pictet – heir to Cargill family; daughter is Gwendolyn Sontheim Meyer

Mark Pincus – founder of Zynga and other start-ups; co-founded Reinvent Capital; R

William J. Poorvu – co-founder, chairman, and co-chair of the advisory board of The Baupost Group, a hedge fund

Conrad Prebys – land developer; co-founded Progress Construction

Michael F. Price – founded MFP Investments, a hedge fund

Anthony Pritzker – Pritzker family heir

Daniel Pritzker – Pritzker family heir

Donald Pritzker – former president of Hyatt

Gigi Pritzker – co-founder of the film production and financing company Odd Lot Entertainment

J.B. Pritzker – 43rd governor of Illinois; Chair of the Illinois Human Rights Commission; D

Jay Pritzker – co-founder of Hyatt Hotels

Jennifer Pritzker – the first and only openly transgender billionaire

John Pritzker – Pritzker family heir

Karen Pritzker – Pritzker family heir

Linda Pritzker – co-founder of the Namchak Foundation and Namchak Retreat Ranch

Nicholas Pritzker – CEO of the Hyatt Development Corporation

Penny Pritzker – 38th United States Secretary of Commerce; founder of PSP Partners, PSP Capital Partners, and Pritzker Realty Group, and co-founder of Artemis Real Estate Partners and Inspired Capital. She is on the board of Microsoft, and chair of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; D

Robert Pritzker – Pritzker family heir

Thomas Pritzker – chairman and CEO of the Pritzker Organization; executive chairman of Hyatt

Stewart Rahr – president/CEO Kinray Corp, pharmaceuticals

Richard Rainwater – Lebanese-Jew; Investor who was described as “analytically rigorous but opportunistic and Texas-sized in its audacity.”; R

Mitchell Rales – founded Danaher Corporation with brother

Steven Rales – owner of Danaher Corporation; was married to Christine Plank

Sumner Redstone – CEO/chairman of Viacom, which owns CBS

Andrea Reimann-Ciardelli – heir to JAB Holding Company

Jerry Reinsdorf – developed a specialty in real estate partnership tax shelters; majority owner of Chicago Bulls and Chicago White Sox

Ira Rennert – chairman and CEO of Renco Group

Stewart Resnick – Chairman and president of The Wonderful Company, which owns own the POM Wonderful and Fiji Water brands, Wonderful Pistachios and Almonds, Wonderful Halos, JUSTIN Wines, Landmark Wines, JNSQ Wines and the Teleflora floral wire service company. Was the wealthiest farmer in the US.

Lynda Resnick – wife of Stewart Resnick

Tony Ressler – co-founded Apollo Global private equity; majority owner of Atlanta Hawks; minority owner of the Milwaukee Brewers

J. Christopher Reyes – co-chairman of Reyes holding with his brother; R

Michael Jude Reyes – co-chairman of Reyes holding with his brother; lives in Palm Beach; R

Marc Rich – Founder of Glencore, commodities trading firm; hedge funds; indicted in the United States on federal charges of tax evasion, wire fraud, racketeering, and making oil deals with Iran during the Iran hostage crisis

Leandro Rizzuto – co-founded Conair; R

Larry Robbins – founder of Glenview Capital Management hedge fund

Brian L. Roberts – Chairman and CEO of Comcast, which was founded by his father

George Roberts – co-founder/co-owner Kohlberg, Kravis, Roberts & Co., global investments

Julian Hart Robertson – founded Tiger Management, one of the earliest hedge funds; he later mentored and provided seed funding to many notable hedge fund managers, known as the Tiger cubs, including Ole Andreas Halvorsen, Stephen Mandel of Lone Pine Capital, Lee Ainslie of Maverick Capital, Bill Hwang, and Chase Coleman III; R

Arthur Rock – early investor in Intel, Apple, Scientific Data, and Teledyne

Katie Pregerson Rodan – co-founder of Proactiv, an acne management system, Co-founded Rodan + Fields, a dermotology practice

Randall Rollins – Chairman of Rollins, America’s largest pest control company, which his father and uncle founded. In 1984, Rollins split into three publicly traded companies. Rollins, Inc. (pest control via Orkin), Rollins Communications (media and advertising), and RPC Energy Services Inc. (oil and gas services). Uncle was married to Kitty Jacob, Linda Kuechler, and Michele Metrinko. The Rollins descended from Moses Waters Rollins

Gary Rollins – son of Randall Rollins; CEO of Rollins

Jeffrey Rosen – found of Triangle Financial Services; owner of Maccabi Haifa basketball team

Barry Rosenstein – founder of JANA Partners, a hedge fund

Ed Roski Jr. – president of Majestic Realty; Part owner of LA Kings and LA Lakers; honored by the American Friends of Hebrew University

Stephen Ross – best known for developing the Deutsche Bank Center, as well as the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project; CEO/chairman Related Companies; principal owner of Miami Dolphins; R

Matthew Roszak – co-founder of Bloq, a blockchain startup company; In 2006, while working as a venture capitalist at SilkRoad Equity, he settled U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charges of insider trading in Blue Rhino, a propane tank exchange business.

Steven Roth – Founded Vornado Realty Trust, the largest commercial landlord in New York City. Co-founder and managing general partner of Interstate Properties, and chairman and CEO of Alexander’s, a REIT; R

Jeffrey J. Rothschild (not related to the Rothschild banking family) – founding engineer and large shareholder of Facebook

Alexander Rovt (Roth) – made his fortune in the trade and manufacture of fertilizer in the former Soviet Union; D

Marc Rowan – co-founder and CEO of Apollo Management, a private equity firm

Robert Rowling – Founder of TRT Holdings, the holding company of Omni Hotels and Golds Gym; married to Terry Hennersdorf Rowling; R

David Rubenstein – co-founder The Carlyle Group, a private equity firm; chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations

Michael G. Rubin – CEO of Fanatics, the world’s leading provider of licensed sports merchandise; was a partner of the Philadelphia 76ers and the New Jersey Devils

Phil Ruffin – owns the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino and Circus Circus Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, other enterprises include hotels, casinos, greyhound racing tracks, oil production, convenience stores, real estate, and the world’s largest manufacturer of hand trucks; a business partner of Donald Trump, with whom he co-owns the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas

Haim Saban – Egyptian-Jew; founded Saban Entertainment and Saban Capital Group; D

Raymond Sackler – he and his brothers control Purdue Pharma, the producers of oxycontin; the Sacklers are described by some as the most evil family on earth

Richard Sackler – was chairman and president of Purdue Pharma

Rodney Sacks – chairman and CEO of Monster Beverages; supporter of Friends of the IDF

John Sall – co-founded SAS with James Goodnight

Henry Samueli – co-founder/owner Broadcom Corporation; owner of Anaheim Ducks

Sheryl Sandberg – Meta Platforms COO; founder of LeanIn.Org; board of directors at Facebook; D

Marion Sandler – was co-CEO (with her husband Herbert Sandler) of Golden West Financial Corporation and World Savings Bank (was the 2nd largest savings and loan institution in America); she was the longest serving woman CEO in the US

Herbert Sandler – co-CEO of Golden West Financial Corporation and World Savings Bank

Rob Sands – former CEO of Constellation Brands, maker of alcoholic beverages

Richard Sands – chairman of Constellation Brands

David I. Saperstein – founder of Metro Networks broadcasting company (sold to Clear Channel)

Tamir Sapir – (birth name Temur Sepiahsvili) Georgian-Jew; founder of Sapir Organization, a real estate firm; originally made his fortune trading oil and fertilizers with the Soviet Union during the 1980s; R

Steve Sarowitz – founder of Paylocity; raised Jewish, but later became a believer of the Baháʼí Faith

Leonard Schleifer – co-founder of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals; member of Trump’s golf club in Westchester County, New York

Nicholas Schorsch – co-founder of American Realty Capital

Jerome Schottenstein – co-founder of Schottenstein Stores

Rubin Schron – founder of Cammeby’s International Group, a real estate firm

Lynn Schusterman (Rothschild) – affiliated with Samson Investment Company

Howard Schultz – CEO of Starbucks and former owner of the Seattle Supersonics; F

Richard M. Schulze – fake Catholic; founder of Best Buy

Charles R. Schwab – fake Catholic; Charles Schwab is the 2nd largest asset management firm in the world and the 7th largest banking firm in the US; R

Stephen Schwarzman – founded Blackstone Group, one of the world’s largest investment companies; former chairman and CEO of Lehman Brothers; R

Alice Schwartz – founded Bio-Rad Laboratories with her husband; born in 1925 she is the oldest and richest living woman in America

Walter Scott Jr. – CEO of Kiewit Corporation, one of the largest construction companies in America

Thomas Secunda – co-founder of Bloomberg LP

Barre Seid – owner of Tripp Lite, an electrical products manufacturer; According to ProPublica, Seid appears to have given $17 million to fund the distribution of the documentary film Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West during the 2008 presidential campaign. In 2008, the Clarion Fund sent out the film, on DVD, to 28 million houses and religious institutions.

Martin Selig – Founder and owner of Martin Selig Real Estate; R

David E. Shaw – founded D. E. Shaw & Co, a hedge fund; In 1996, Fortune magazine referred to him as “King Quant” because of his firm’s pioneering role in high-speed quantitative trading. D

Scott Shleifer – co-founder of Tiger Global Management, hedge fund and private equity

Joe Shoen – president, chairman, and CEO of AMERCO, the holding company of U-Haul International, which was founded by his father, Leonard Shoen; Leonard Shoen had 12 children with 5 wives; he committed suicide in 1999 by ramming his car into a utility pole

Mark Shoen – vice-president of U-Haul

Walter Shorenstein – Principal of Shorenstein Properties; He at one point owned 25% of the commercial office space in the City of San Francisco, including the Bank of America Building; D

Ellis Short – founder of Kildare Partners, a private equity fund investing in distressed European real estate assets; is married to former tennis player Eve Zimmerman

Eugene Shvidler – shareholder of Sibneft; made his fortune during the privatization of Russian industry; partnered with Roman Abramovich to gain control of oil giant Sibneft “in an auction that some experts,” according to the Irish Independent, “suspect of having been rigged”

Thomas Siebel – fake-Lutheran; founded Siebel Systems and is the founder, chairman, and CEO of, an artificial intelligence software platform

David Siegel – co-founded Two Sigma hedge fund

Ben Silbermann – co-founder and CEO of Pinterest

Robert F. X. Sillerman – founder of LifeStyle, a media-entertainment company; D

Larry Silverstein – established Silverstein Properties with his father; Silverstein Properties owned the World Trade Center complex; Larry Silverstein collected $4.55 billion in insurance money as a result of 9/11. He had been seeking double that.

Harold Simmons – fake-Baptist; banking expertise helped him develop the acquisition concept known as the leveraged buyout (LBO) to acquire various corporations; owner of Contran Corporation and of Valhi; married 3 times; R

David Simon – chairman and CEO of Simon Property Group, the largest U.S. publicly traded commercial real estate company and the largest shopping mall company in America

Herbert Simon – chairman of Simon Property Group; owner of the Indiana Pacers; married 3 times

Norton Simon – Founder of Hunt’s Foods, which includes Hunt’s Ketchup; R

James Simons – founded Renaissance Technologies, a hedge fund

Charles Simonyi – Hungarian-Jew; Oversaw the creation of Microsoft Office. Son of Károly Simonyi. Grandson of Sándor Simonyi-Semadam. Sándor signed the Treaty of Trianon after WWI, with the result being that Hungary lost strength and vast territories. This decision had caused deep resentment among Hungarian people.

Paul Singer – founder of Elliott Management, a hedge fund; R

Jeffrey Skoll – first president of Ebay; founder of Participant Media and Skoll Foundation

Neil Smit – former CEO of Comcast

Daniel Snyder – founded Snyder Communications; owner of Washington Redskins/Commanders

Lynsi Snyder – fake-Christian; majority owner of In-N-Out Burger, which was founded by her grandparents, who were Harry and Esther Snyder; Just 40 years old (DOB 1982) but already married 4 times

John Albert Sobrato – Italian-Jew; founder of Sobrato Organization, a Silicon Valley development firm specializing in commercial and residential real estate

Donald Soffer – a real estate developer who developed the South Florida swampland into the city of Aventura; married 5 times

Sheldon Solow – real estate developer and art collector; the Real Deal magazine reported in 2008 that, by some measures, he had been involved in “upwards of 200” lawsuits

Gwendolyn Sontheim Meyer – Cargill family heir

George Soros – Hungarian-Jew; hedge funds; donated much of his wealth to left-wing causes; D

Alex Spanos – Greek-Jew; founded A.G. Spanos, which by 1977 became the largest apartment builder in America; majority owner of the San Diego Chargers

John Sperling – fake-Christian; credited with having led the contemporary for-profit education movement in America; founded the University of Phoenix

Peter Sperling – son of John Sperling; founded Apollo Group

Jerry Speyer – one of two founding partners of the real estate firm Tishman Speyer, which controls the Rockefeller Center; served as chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, chairman of the Museum of Modern Art, and vice chair on the Board of Trustees of the Rand Corporation

Evan Spiegel – co-founder of Snap; Spiegel was the youngest billionaire in the world in 2015.

Steven Spielberg – renown filmmaker; co-founder/co-owner of DreamWorks SKG

Ted Stanley – co-founded Danbury Mint

Axel Stawski – real estate developer; board member of the American Society for Yad Vashem

Michael Steinhardt – founded Steinhardt Partners, a hedge fund

Elton Bryson Stephens Sr. – founded EBSCO Industries

James T. Stephens – son of Elton Stephens

Jackson Stephens – married to Mary Goodman; CEO of Stephens Inc., a privately owned financial services company; Though strong supporters of Reagan and the Republicans, the Stephens family were key financial backers and fundraisers for Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party during his Presidential election in 1992; Stephens was known as a drug-money launderer through his firms. Mainly R

Warren Stephens – son of Jackson Stephens; chairman, president and CEO of Stephens, Inc; DR

Donald Sterling (Tokowitz) – former long-time owner of the LA Clippers NBA franchise; banned from league for life for derogatory comments about blacks

Shelly Sterling (Stein) – wife of Donald Sterling

Leonard Stern – chairman and CEO of Hartz Group, a real estate firm

Barry Sternlicht – chairman, and CEO of Starwood Capital Group, an investment fund; DR

Tom Steyer – Jewish father; founder of Farallon Capital, Co-founder of Beneficial State Bank; D

Bob Stiller – co-founded E-Z Wider in 1972 and Keurig Green Mountain coffee company in 1981

Harry Stine – founder and owner of Stine Seed, the world’s largest private seed company; made his fortune licensing soybean and corn genetics to Syngenta, Monsanto, and other agribusiness giants; DR

Dean Stoecker – founder, chairman and former CEO of Alteryx, a computer software company; R

Jon Stryker – heir to Stryker Corporation; fortune founder and president of Arcus Foundation, which supports great ape conservation efforts and LGBT social justice, and has awarded over $500 million in grants; lived in Palm Beach

Pat Stryker – heir to Stryker Corporation; D

Ronda Stryker – director of Stryker Corporation

Jeff Sutton – Syrian-Jew; founder of Wharton Properties

Henry Swieca – co-founded Highbridge Capital Management

Kevin Systrom – founded Instagram with Mike Krieger

Jeffrey Talpins – founder of Element Capital Management, a hedge fund

Anthony Aouni Tamer – Lebanese-Jew; founder of HIG Capital, a global private equity firm based in Miami

Glen Taylor – former senator from Minnesota; founder and owner of Taylor Corporation, one of the largest graphic communication companies in the United States; majority owner of Minnesota Timberwolves; R

Alfred Taubman – founded Taubman Centers, a REIT; former owner of Sotheby’s auction; was convicted in 2002 for a price-fixing scheme involving the top two auction houses in the United States

David Tepper – Appaloosa Management hedge funds; owner of the Carolina Panthers; earned the third position on Forbes ”The Highest-Earning Hedge Fund Managers 2018” with an annual earnings of $1.5 billion. R

Peter Thiel – German-Jew; gay; venture capitalist; co-founder of Paypal, Palantir, and Founders Fund; LR

James Tisch – CEO of Loews Corporation; R

Joan Tisch – heir to the Tisch family fortune

Jonathan Tisch – CEO of Loews Hotels; co-owner of New York Giants

Laurence Tisch – CEO of CBS television from 1986 to 1995; part owner of Loews Corporation

Laurie Tisch – heir to the Tisch family fortune; D

Preston Tisch – part owner of Loews Corporation; D

Wilma Tisch – wife of Laurence Tisch

Bruce Toll – founded Toll Brother homebuilders with brother; R

Robert Toll – founded Toll Brother homebuilders with brother; D

Alan Trefler – founder of Pegasystems, a software company

Kenny Troutt – founder of Excel Communications; R

James Truchard – pseudo-Catholic; co-founder, former president and CEO of National Instruments

Kenneth D. Tuchman – founder of TTEC

Thomas Tull – former chairman and CEO of Legendary Entertainment; founder of Tulco LLC, an investment holding company that uses artificial intelligence and other technologies to guide investing

Jay Van Andel – Dutch-Jew; co-founder of Amway, probably the best known multi-level marketing firm in America; Jay credits his Christian background as being foundational for the rest of his life as a Christian. He once wrote, “Christianity “involved the living out of Biblical values of honesty, generosity, and respect for others in our everyday life.”; Rich DeVos and Van Andel are pseudo-Christians and use Christianity to dupe their Amway cult members. Van Andel, like DeVos, is a Jew.

Alberto Vilar – investment manager; Following the collapse of his investment firm, Amerindo Investment Advisors, he was tried and convicted in November 2008 on charges of money laundering, investment advisor fraud, securities fraud, mail and wire fraud. He was sentenced in February 2010 to nine years in prison.

Ted Waitt – co-founder of Gateway, Inc; is married to Michele Merkin, also a Jew

David Walentas – Lithuanian Jew; real estate developer; spouse is Jane Zimmerman

Alice Walton – Jewish mother; heiress to the fortune of Walmart; mainly D

Christy Walton – Jewish grandmother; heiress to the fortune of Walmart

Jim Walton – Jewish mother; heir to the fortune of Walmart

Lukas Walton – Walton family fortune; Jewish on grandmother’s side

Samuel Robson Walton – Jewish mother; owner of the Denver Broncos

Russell Weiner – creator of the Rockstar energy drink; son of Michael Weiner (Savage), a neoconservative talk radio host; R

Sanford I. Weill – former CEO and chairman of Citigroup

Bruce Wasserstein – was prominent in the mergers and acquisitions industry, credited with working on 1,000 transactions with a total value of approximately $250 billion

Herbert Wertheim – founder and president of Brain Power Incorporated

Leslie Wexner – founder of Bath & Body Works; started The Limited; expanded his holdings to include Victoria’s Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Express; associated with Jeffery Epstein; R

Meg Whitman – CEO/president of Ebay; R

Joel Wiener – real estate developer; CEO of Pinnacle Group; As of 2006, Wiener had been personally sued 84 times. His company has been the “subject of criminal investigations by the Manhattan district attorney and the state attorney general’s office; it has been denounced by Representative Charles B. Rangel and other politicians”. Wiener “has a reputation for being ruthless among many tenants.”

Leonard Wilf – president of Garden Homes real estate co; co-owner of the Minnesota Vikings and co-owner of Nashville SC

Mark Wilf – co-owner of Orlando City SC

Zygi Wilf – co-owner of the Minnesota Vikings and Orlando City SC

Dan and Farris Wilks – oil tycoons; The Wilks brothers, along with political commentator Ben Shapiro, helped launch and fund The Daily Wire, a conservative news and opinion website in 2015. In 1947 Voy and Myrtle Wilks along with Myrtle’s father Charles Fenter were disfellowshipped from the Churches of Christ and founded a church which was at first called simply “A Church of Christ.” The church is not Christian, believing that Yahweh is the only god and that Jesus (called Yahushua) is a separate entity. In early 1952 Charles restricted communion to once a year rather than weekly and moved worship from Sunday to Saturday. The Fenters and Wilkses along with a few other families left the congregation and began to meet in private homes. When Charles died in May 1952 Voy took over the congregation and the couple and their five children continued to live at the home of Charles’ widow, Annie. In 1962 they adopted the name Church of God (7th day) (not to be confused with Church of God (Seventh-Day)), in 1982 the church became the Assembly of Yahweh (7th day). Currently the Assembly of Yahweh (7th day) is a conservative Jews for Jesus-type congregation. It teaches that “the true religion is Jewish (not a Gentile religion)” and its members celebrate the Old Testament holidays rather than those related to the New Testament. The congregation considers the Old Testament historically and scientifically accurate. Farris Wilks is married to Jo Ann and is the father of 11 children. He is the current pastor and bishop of the Assembly of Yahweh (7th day) near Cisco. The Wilks brothers, along with political commentator Ben Shapiro, helped launch and fund The Daily Wire, a conservative news and opinion website in 2015.

Evan Williams – co-founded Twitter; previously chairman and CEO of Twitter; founded Blogger and Medium; D

Robert G. Wilmers – chairman and CEO of M&T Bank; Russian-Jewish mother

Benjamin Winter – real estate developer; was known for having the ability to identify under-valued properties in up-and-coming neighborhoods, making a purchase, and then selling them later for a tidy profit. Within 20 years, he became the most prolific realtor in New York City with over $500 million sales. His portfolio of prominent properties came to include the Hotel Delmonico, the Stanhope Hotel, the Hotel Lenori, the Spanish Flats (which he later demolished), Bretton Hall, the Gunther Building, the Hotel Claridge, Hotel Hermitage, and many residential properties along Park and Fifth Avenues.

William Rockwell “Rocky” Wirtz – Former Chairman of Chicago Blackhawks; President of Wirtz, a real estate firm; Co-chairman of Breakthru Beverage Group; Wirtz is half-owner of the Blackhawks’ home arena, the United Center, along with Jerry Reinsdorf. He and Reinsdorf are co-chairmen of the arena’s Executive Committee.

Anthony Wood – founder, chairman, and CEO of Roku

Stephen Wynn (Weinberg) – chairman/CEO Mirage Resorts, Wynn Resorts; oversaw the construction and operation of several notable Las Vegas and Atlantic City hotels, including the Golden Nugget, the Golden Nugget Atlantic City, The Mirage, Treasure Island, the Bellagio, and Beau Rivage in Mississippi, and he played a pivotal role in the resurgence and expansion of the Las Vegas Strip in the 1990s.

Elaine Wynn – co-founded Mirage Resorts and Wynn Resorts with her former husband, Steve Wynn

Amy Wyss – heiress to the fortunes of her father, Hansjörg Wyss, who was CEO of Synthes Chairman, a medical device company, and founder of the Wyss Foundation

Richard Yuengling Jr – Jewish mother; 5th generation owner of the brewer, Yuengling; R

Charles Zegar – one of the four co-founders of Bloomberg LP

Sam Zell – founder and chairman of Equity Group Investments; married 3 times

Daniel Ziff – heir to Ziff-Davis Publishing fortune

Dirk Ziff – heir to Ziff-Davis Publishing fortune

Robert Ziff – heir to Ziff-Davis Publishing fortune; D

Jerry Zucker – born in Tel-Aviv; president and CEO of the InterTech Group; held over 350 patents in his lifetime

Anita Zucker (Goldberg) – chair of the Hudson’s Bay Company; widow to Jerry Zucker; R

Mark Zuckerberg – founder of Facebook; D

Mortimer Zuckerman – founded New York Daily News; owner of US News & World Report; co-founder of Boston Properties


My research may be the most extensive one on Jewish billionaires. My list was derived from Wikipedia’s list of billionaires in America. As of 9/30/22, there were 924 billionaires. I have determined that Jews comprised at least 570 of them, which works out to 61 percent. That is an astounding proportion for a group of people that is only 2-3 percent of the American population.

Most sites understate the number of Jews who are billionaires. Wikipedia confirms roughly one-third of America’s billionaires as Jews. The JTA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) says that at least 139 of the Forbes 400 are Jews (as of 2009). However, I go beyond the obvious Jews and my 61 percent figure is almost assuredly understated. The fact is, many Jews go through extreme lengths to hide their identities and therefore it is not possible to identify all that are Jewish. Some Jews were descendants of Marranos, in which they practiced crypticism for many centuries, thus their Jewishness was concealed. Other Jews intermarried with influential Gentile families to infilitrate leaderships and positions of power.

Probably a better question to ask is what proportion of billionaires can be confirmed as Gentiles. I am only fairly confident that 38 of the 924 billionaires are Gentiles, which is just 4 percent. Around 200 of the 924 are probably but not definitively Jews. And that roughly 120 of the 924 are unknown. My guess is that Gentiles are no more than 15 percent of all billionaires. That leaves the percentage of billionaires who are Jewish or who have significant Jewish ancestry at around 85 percent give or take a few points. Again, that is a guess.

Jewish – 570
Probably Jewish – 198
Ambiguous/Unknown – 123
Probably Not Jewish – 20
Not Jewish – 18

If there is one conclusion I can make from this research, it is this. There is no way you can be wealthy unless you are either Jewish, married to a Jew, or have cozy relationships with Jews. The minority of billionaires who are Gentiles would not be where they are today without the help of Jews. Gentiles like Michael Jordan and Oprah Winfrey wouldn’t be rich if it wasn’t for the Jewish-controlled media promoting them at every turn and opportunity. Nike, a Jewish run company like most corporations, pays the bills of Michael Jordan. Jordan in turn increases the wealth of Nike. There is no such thing as a Gentile who strikes it rich on their own.

Not Jewish

Fred Chang
Do Won Chang
Peggy Cherng
Ben Chesnut
Andy Fang
Michael Jordan
Jay-Z (Shawn Corey Carter)
Robert and Sheila Johnson
James Kim
Raj Rajaratnam – Indian; co-founder of Galleon Group hedge funds; made scapegoat by being sentenced to 11 years in prison for insider trading while his Jewish collegues were acquited
Kim Pegula – (Korean)
Tyler Perry
Patrick Soon-Shiong
Ram Shriram
David Sun
Kanye West
Oprah Winfrey

Probably not Jewish

Baiju Bhatt – chief creative officer and co-founder, along with Vladimir Tenev, of Robinhood, a US-based financial services company
Michael Chowdry
Christel DeHaan – German; daughter of Adolf Stark, a German soldier who died shortly before the end of World War II; founded RCI, a timeshare corporation, with her husband
William J. DeLaney III
Fred DeLuca
David Duffield
Ernest Gallo
Jensen Huang
Thai Lee – Thai born Korean businesswomen
C. Edward McVaney
David C. Paul – (Indian)
MacKenzie Scott – ex-wife of Jeff Bezos
Niraj Shah
Rishi Shah
Bruton Smith
John Tu – Founder of Kingston Technology
Ingrid Wu
Tony Xu
Jerry Yang
Eric Yuan

Methodology of Identifying crypto-jews

My main source for determining Jews is Wikipedia. It is simply the most convenient way to research. If Wikipedia states that an individual is Jewish then I will take their word. If they don’t state that they are Jewish, then I will do further research. The main thing I look out for are physical appearance and behavior. I use Google Images for physical appearance. Physical appearance is often overlooked by many but is very important. If the person is obviously Jewish in appearance, I will consider that individual as a Jew. If the person’s physical appearance is ambiguous, then I will resort to alternative sources. I may research their siblings, cousins, parents, spouse, etc. if that information is available. I often do a surname search, a genealogical search, and a general internet search to research clues of involvement in Jewish or Israeli activities. I also look into the occupation of parents and ancestors, if information exists. My main criteria are:

• Surnames of related family members such as mother, cousins, and ancestors
• physical appearance
• behavior


  • Type of industries involved. Jews will flock to any area that will make them big money. Jews however are most heavily concentrated in areas such as hedge funds, private equity, leveraged buyouts, venture capital, real estate, department stores, and apparel. Jews are huge in branding.
  • Number of different types of industries involved in. Jews tend to invest in a wide diversity of businesses, some which have nothing to do with each other. Whatever industry maximizes their income potential, they will pursue.
  • Philanthropic contributions to radical left-wing causes and causes that disrupt society. Many Jews support organizations that advocate democracy, free speech, racial diversity, and gay rights. Many Jews also fund anti-poverty programs and contemporary art museums.
  • Philanthropic contributions to neoconservative causes. A significant number of wealthy Jews donate to organizations that are strongly pro-Israel such as AIPAC, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), and initiatives that promote West Bank settlements, etc.
  • Philanthropic contributions to Libertarian causes. Many Jews are libertarian by nature. They are left-wing on social issues and fiscally conservative on economic issues.
  • History of moving around (like cockroaches) and/or acquiring multiple citizenships. Jews have always been nomadic and have more loyalty to their people than the country they reside. They are the world’s foremost opportunists and will flock to anywhere where there’s an opportunity to strike it rich. One red flag of a Jew is that of stated multiple and varied ancestries. This was not something that was common among Gentiles.
  • Fleeing areas under Jewish pogroms, such as during the era of Nazi Germany.
  • Fleeing areas that restricted capitalism such during the German Revolution of 1848. Many wealthy Jewish bankers such as the Schiffs, Loebs, and Seligmans fled Germany right after the revolution because Germany didn’t grant the economic concessions they wanted.
  • Making anti-German/Nazi or anti-Arab/Muslim remarks. Jews, being highly ethnocentric, have exagerated feelings of victimization. They will lash out against groups that they have historically had major conflict with. Think WWII and the Israeli-Arab conflicts.
  • Property ownership in Jewish enclaves such as Palm Beach (home to probably America’s highest concentration of wealthy Jewish neocons) and Miami Beach.


  • History of mental instability (may be difficult to research). Manic depression, bipolar disorders, and loud outbursts and rage seem to be common among Jews.
  • History of racketeering, fraud, and embezzlement
  • History of gangster and mafia-like activities
  • History of marriage instability.
  • History of psychopathic and sociopathic behaviors (may be difficult to research).
  • History of devious sexual behaviors such as sexual assaults, sexual harassment, prostitution, pedophilia, rape, incest, orgies, and homosexuality.

Physical appearance

Physical appearance is key to determining crypto-Jews, but keep in mind that some of them may have had cosmetic surgery done to remove Jewish looking features and others may have intermarried with Gentiles. Try to look at photos of siblings, parents, and cousins if they exist. Watch videos of them being interviewed and see how they talk and communicate with the interviewer.

Not any one of the listed criteria above should be taken as proof of an individual being a Jew. And keep in mind that many Gentiles share Jewish features, including Jewish physical features. However, when you combine physical appearance, behavior, and the fact that you are looking at very wealthy individuals, which by itself significantly increases the likelihood of the person being Jewish, you then have a very strong case to make.


Besides the usual Jewish surnames such as Cohen, Goldberg, Horowitz, etc. always be aware of modified or translated surnames such as Fox (Fuchs), Stone (Stein), Marks (Marx), Red (Roth), Black (Schwartz), etc. Also seeminingly common Gentile names such as Lewis, Green, and Davis are heavily used by Jews.


The following are irrelevant for determining a Jew:

  • Stated religion. Jews may claim to be Catholic, Mormon, Methodist, Buddhist, Muslim, etc.
  • Gentile surname
  • Political affiliation
  • Geography. Jews can be from anywhere, even from the hills of West Virginia and Arkansas.

One of the shortcomings of my research is determining crypto-Jews that  are of non-Western background, especially those from India and east-Asia.

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