Friday, September 10, 2010

List of Zionist Jewish Company and Zionist People

I would like to explain some of my stand points about the matter of Zionist Jews. We should not judge a race or a group of people and I do strongly stress that I do not hate Jews or anyone for that matter, be it Muslims, Christians, Buddhist, Hindus, and all. We are all human beings and have much to learn than to hate and live in a control society. Break away from the illusion. These Zionist are not only Jews but are in all major ruling society that have been hard at work to dumb us down, lie, steal, and even kill. They dominate and created most of the mediums and systems in the world today from Governance, Media, Propaganda, Cooperation, Education, Health, and Food. Hence the list, you can always trace the root through money.

This is the beginning of CSM101's work (he's a guy from New Saxon) on a comprehensive boycott list of Jewish owned, held, or controlled businesses. Any contributions (with source materials) for inclusion in the list are most welcome.

Owned by Cerberus Capital Management, which is headed by Steve Feinberg.

1. Sears/K Mart
Sears was controlled nearly from its inception by the Julius Rosenwald family, and then by Max Adler, who married Sophie Rosenwald. A Significant number of the company’s shares are still Jewish controlled to this day.

2. The Home Depot
The Home Depot was founded in 1978 by Bernie Marcus, Arthur Blank (Atlanta Falcons), Ron Brill, and Pat Farrah. This is the second largest retailer in America, behind Wal-Mart.

The Jewish founders retain substantial holdings in the company.
3. Victoria’s Secret (Les Wexner)
4. The Limited (Les Wexner)
5. Bath & Body Works (Les Wexner)
6. The Men’s Wearhouse ( George Zimmer)
7. Staples Office Supply (Thomas G. Stemberg)
8. Office Depot (Merged with Staples, Thomas G. Stemberg)
9. Bon Ton Stores (Founded by Max Grumbacher)

Also includes the following stores:
Saks Inc.
Boston Store
Carson Pirie Scott
Fowler’s Department Store

10. Steve & Barry’s University Sportswear (Steve Shore & Barry Prevor)
11. The Gap (Donald Fisher, founder, holds 37% of stock)
12. Banana Republic (Donald Fisher, founder, holds 37% of stock)
13. Old Navy (Donald Fisher, founder, holds 37% of stock)
14. American Eagle Outfitters (founded 1904 by Edward Beinstein. Current CEO J.L. Schottenstein)
15. ABC Warehouse
16. Circuit City (founded 1949 as Wards Appliance Store by Samuel S. Wurtzel, Jewish)
17. Costco Warehouses (founded 1954 by Sol Price, Jewish, as Fed Mart)
18. Spencer Gifts (Steve Silverstein, CEO. Privately held corporation)
19. Eddy Bauer
20. Starbucks (Howarad D. Schultz, CEO)

1. AIG (American International Group)
Director: Marshall A. Cohen, (Jewish), member of Tri Lateral Commission. (source: Wikipedia) Cohen also sits on the “International Advisory Committee of the Blackstone Group, a Jewish run “private equity and investment firm.� Blackstone was co-founded by Stephen A. Schwarzman

2. Safe Auto Insurance Company (1-800-SAFE-AUTO) Privately held corporation. CEO is Ari Deshe; Vice Chairman and President is Jonathan Diamond.

1. Miami Heat, 65% owned by the Ted Arison family of Tel Aviv, Israel
2. Washington Redskins, owned by Daniel Snyder (Jewish)
3. Indianapolis Colts, owned by Jim Irsay (Jewish)
4. New England Patriots, owned by Robert Kraft (Jewish)
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, owned by Malcolm Glazer (Jewish)
6. Denver Broncos, owned by Pat Bowlen (Jewish)
7. Philadelphia Eagles, owned by Jeffrey Lurie (Jewish)
8. Cleveland Browns, owned by Al Lerner (Jewish)
9. Minnesota Vikings, owned by Zygi Wilf (Jewish)
10. New York Giants, owned by the Mara & Tisch families (Jewish)
11. Atlanta Falcons, owned by Arthur Blank (Jewish)
12. Seattle Seahawks, owned by Paul Allen (Jewish)
13. Philadelphia Flyers, owned by Comcast (Brian L. Roberts, Jewish)
14. Philadelphia 76ers, owned by Comcast (Brian L. Roberts, Jewish)

1. H & R Block Income Tax Service
2. U-Haul. Founded by Leonard Samuel Shoen, 1945, committed suicide 1999; family still controls around 40% of the corporation’s publicly traded stock.

1. Capital Cities/ABC/Disney [Revenue: $30.8 billion]. President and CEO is Robert Iger.
This company controls the following media empire:
Buena Vista Distribution
Walt Disney Pictures
Touchstone Pictures
Pixar Animation Studios
Walt Disney Animation Studios
Miramax Films
Disney Toon Studios
Hollywood Pictures
ABC Network
ABC News
ABC Family
ABC News Now
The Disney Channel
Jetix Play
Toon Disney
Lifetime Entertainment Services (50%)
A & E Television Network (37.5%)
ABC Studios
Disney-ABC Domestic Television
Disney-ABC International Television
Walt Disney Television Animation
Radio Disney
ESPN Networks (80%), to include:
ESPN Classic
ESPN Deportes
ESPN Radio
ESPN Deportes Radio
ESPN The Magazine
ESPN 360
Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, to include:
Disneyland Resort
Walt Disneyworld Resort
Tokyo Disney Resort
Disneyland Resort Paris
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort
Disney Cruise Line
Disney Regional Entertainment
Walt Disney Imagineering
ABC-owned Television Stations, to include:
KABC, Los Angeles
KFSN, Fresno
KGO, San Francisco
KTRK, Houston
WABC, New York City (Live With Regis & Kelli)
WJRT, Flint, Saginaw, Bay City (Michigan)
WPVI, Philadelphia
WLC, Chicago
WTVG, Toledo
ABC-owned Radio Stations, to include:
KDIS, Pasadena
KDIZ, Minneapolis, St. Paul
KESN, Dallas/Fort Worth
KMIK, Tempe, AZ
KMKY, Oakland, CA
KNIT, Dallas/Fort Worth (Spanish language ESPN)
KSPN, Los Angeles
WDDY, Albany, NY
WEAE, Pittsburgh
WEPN, New York City
WFDF, Farmington Hills (Detroit), MI
WMKI, Boston
WMVP, Chicago
WQEW, New York City
WRDZ, Lagrange, IL
WRDZ FM, Indianapolis, IN
WSDZ, Belleville, IL
WWCS, Pittsburgh
WWMK, Cleveland
ABC News Radio
Disney Interactive Studios
Muppets Holding Company
Reedy Creek Energy Services
Walt Disney Theatrical

2. Viacom/CBS CEO/major stockholder: (Sumner Redstone, changed name from Murray Rothstein)
3. The New York Times. Controlled by the Arthur Sulzberger family
4. The Washington Post. Controlled by the Katherine Graham Mayer family
5. U.S. News and World Report. CEO and major stockholder Mortimer Zuckerman
6. CanWest (Canada’s second largest media conglomerate). Founded and run by the Jewish Asper family
7. The NFL Network. Currently run by Stephen Bornstein, who was formerly head of ESPN and president of ABC
8. Google. Co-founded by Sergey Brin (Jewish) and Larry Page
9. Advance Publications (Samuel Newhouse).

The company owns/controls the following newspapers:
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company (Indianapolis/Marion IN)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company (Orlando, FL)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company (Bakersfield, CA)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company (Pensacola, FL)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company (Elmore County, AL)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company, (Eufaula, AL)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company, (Birmingham, AL)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company, (Farmington, Novi, Livonia, Redford, MI)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company (Tampa Bay, FL)
Brighthouse Networks Cable Television Company, (Palm Beach County, FL)
The Business Journal (Austin TX)
Baltimore Business Journal (Baltimore, MD)
Birmingham Business Journal (Birmingham, AL)
Buffalo Business Journal (Buffalo, NY)
Charlotte Business Journal (Charlotte, NC)
Cincinnati Business Journal (Cincinnati, OH)
Columbus Business Journal (Columbus, OH)
Dallas Business Journal (Dallas, TX)
Dayton Business Journal (Dayton, OH)
Denver Business Journal (Denver, CO)
Eastbay Business Journal (Oakland, CA)
Triad Business Journal (Greensboro, NC)
Pacific Business Journal (Honolulu, HI)
Houston Business Journal (Houston, TX)
Jacksonville Business Journal (Jacksonville, FL)
Kansas City Business Journal (KC, MO)
Business First of Louisville (Louisville, KY)
Memphis Business Journal (Memphis, TN)
Milwaukee Business Journal (Milwaukee, WI)
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal (Twin Cities)
Nashville Business Journal (Nashville, TN)
Orlando Business Journal (Orlando, FL)
Philadelphia Business Journal (Philadelphia, PA)
Phoenix Business Journal (Phoenix, AZ)
Pittsburgh Business Journal (Pittsburg, PA)
Portland Business Journal (Portland, OR)
Triangle Business Journal (Raleigh, NC)
Sacramento Business Journal (Sacramento, CA)
St. Louis Business Journal (St. Louis, MO)
San Antonio Business Journal (San Antonio, TX)
San Francisco Business Journal (San Francisco, CA)
San Jose Business Journal (San Jose, CA)
Seattle Business Journal (Seattle, WA)
South Florida Business Journal (Miami, FL)
Tampa Bay Business Journal (Tampa, FL)
Washington DC Business Journal (Washington DC)
Wichita Business Journal (Wichita, KS)
The Birmingham (AL) News
The Patriot-News (Harrisburg, PA)
The Express-Times (Easton, PA)
The Allentown (PA) Times
The Huntsville (AL) Times
The Press-Register (Mobile, AL)
The Jersey Journal (Jersey City, NJ)
The Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ)
Gloucester County Times (Woodbury, NJ)
Today’s Sunbeam (Salem, NJ)
Bridgeton (NJ) Evening News
The Times (Trenton, NJ)
Mississippi Press (Pascagoula, MS)
The Oregonian (Portland, OR)
The Hillsboro (OR) Argus
The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH)
Staten Island Advance, (New York City)
Syracuse (NY) Post-Standard
The New Orleans (LA) Times-Picayune
The Springfield Republic (Springfield, MA)
Sun Newspapers (Cleveland area)
Ann Arbor News (MI)
Bay City Times (MI)
Flint Journal (MI)
Grand Rapids Press (MI)
Jackson Citizen-Patriot) (MI)
Kalamazoo Gazette (MI)
Muskegon Chronicle (MI)
Saginaw News (MI)
Sports Business Journal
Sports Business Daily
NASCAR Illustrated
Street & Smiths Sports Annuals
Hemmings Motor News
Hemmings Muscle Machines
Hemmings Sports & Exotic Cars
Hemmings Classic Car
The Sporting News
Architectural Digest
Bon Appetit
House & Garden
Conde Nast Traveler
The New Yorker
Vanity Fair
The World of Interiors
Women’s Wear Daily
Daily News Record
Footwear News
Home Furnishings News
Executive Technology
Children’s Business
Supermarket News
Brand Marketing
Salon News
Elegant Bride
Golf Digest
Golf for Women
Golf World
Golf World Business
Pivot Cellphone Service

10. Block Communications (Allen Block, Jewish). This company owns the following media assets, according to Hoover’s Handbook:
The Toledo Blade newspaper
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette newspaper
Buckeye Cablesystem (Toledo, OH)
Buckeye Telesystem (Toledo, OH)
Buckeye Express High Speed Internet (Toledo, OH)
Buckeye-Access Dial-up Internet (Toledo, OH)
Metro Fiber & Cable Construction Company (Toledo, OH)
KTRV (Nampa-Boise ID, Fox TV Affiliate)
WAND (Decatur, IL, NBC TV Affiliate)
WDRB (Louisville, KY, Fox TV Affiliate)
WMYO (Louisville, KY, My TV Affiliate)
WLIO (Lima, OH, NBC Affiliate)
WTO5 (Toledo, OH, CW Cable Channel)

11. Comcast (Brian L. Roberts, Jewish). Comcast is the largest provider of cable television in the United States; it is also the second largest provider of internet service in our country. (Source: Wikipedia). Revenue: US$24.97 billion (2007). In addition to its massive cable and internet business;

Comcast owns the following media properties:

E! Entertainment Television
Style Network
The Golf Network
AZN Television
PBS Kids Sprout
TV One Roberts also sits on the corporate board of the Bank of New York

1. Chrysler LLC. Owned by Cerberus Capital, which is headed by Steve Feinberg. Cerberus owns/controls a multitude of other companies as well, included GMAC. Source: Wikipedia

1. Intel. Founded by Andrew Grove (Jewish) Source: Wikipedia
2. Oracle. Founded by Larry Ellison (Jewish) Source: Wikipedia
3. Dell Computer. Founded by Michael Dell (Jewish) Source: Wikipedia. Dell computers are sold through Office Depot (also Jewish owned, see Retail list)
4. United Online. Founded by Mark Goldston (Jewish) Source: Wikipedia .Subsidiaries of this company include Netzero, Bluelight Internet Services, and Juno

1. Carnival Cruise Lines (80% ownership by the Ted Arison family of Tel Aviv, Israel

This is a list of Jewish American Businesspeople. For other Jewish Americans ~Wikipedia~

Banking and Finance
* Lloyd C. Blankfein, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs
* Ivan Boesky, Wall Street financier and arbitrageur
* Asher Edelman, Wall Street corporate raider ("Wall Street" movie character)
* Andrew Fastow, former CFO of Enron
* Alan Greenspan, Chairman and president of Townsend-Greenspan, economic consulting firm; former Federal Reserve Chairman
* Bernie Madoff, former Chairman of NASDAQ, last Chairman of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, biggest Ponzi schemer in history
* Michael Milken, Financier, Junk-bond specialist
* Ronald Perelman, American billionaire investor
* Marc Rich, Oil trading
* Robert Rubin, former Treasury Secretary, director of National Economic Council, and Chairman of Citigroup
* George Soros, Wall Street investor and foreign currency speculator
* Michael Steinhardt, Wall Street hedge fund manager
* Bruce Wasserstein, American investment banker and businessman, CEO of Lazard and controller of Wasserstein & Co.
* Sandy Weill, former Chairman and CEO of Citigroup

* Kenneth Cole, Founder of Kenneth Cole Productions INC
* Diane von Furstenberg, Founder and CEO of Diane von Furstenburg
* Calvin Klein, Founder and CEO of Calvin Klein
* Ralph Lauren, Founder of Polo Ralph Lauren
* Bernard Marcus, co-founder of Home Depot, Inc.
* Sol Price, founder of Price Club (merged with Costco)
* Julius Rosenwald, President and Chairman of the Board of Sears
* Howard Schultz, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Starbucks Coffee

Real Estate
* Sheldon Adelson, owner of Las Vegas casinos Venetian and Sands Casino
* Steve Wynn, Las Vegas casino owner
* Sam Zell, Chicago real-estate magnate

Media and entertainment
Multi-media executives
* Herbert Allen, Jr., CEO of entertainment investment house Allen & Company
* Edgar Bronfman Jr., CEO of Seagram, Viacom
* Barry Diller, CEO of 20th Century Fox and QVC
* Gerald Levin, Time Warner, CEO of HBO
* Michael Eisner, CEO of Disney
* David Geffen, co-founder of Dreamworks, CEO of Geffen Records
* Jeffrey Katzenberg, co-founder of Dreamworks, Disney
* Sumner Redstone, chairman of CBS and Viacom
* Michael Ovitz, president of Disney, founder of CAA
* Isaac Perlmutter, CEO of Marvel Entertainment
* Steven Spielberg, co-founder of Dreamworks

Hollywood executives
* Harry Cohn, founder of Columbia Pictures
* William Fox, founder of Fox Film Corporation
* Carl Laemmle, founder of Universal Pictures
* Louis B. Mayer, founder of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
* Sidney Sheinberg, executive of MCA
* Sam Warner, co-founder of Warner Brothers Studios
* Lew Wasserman, founder of MCA
* Harvey Weinstein, Co-founder of Miramax
* Bob Weinstein, Co-founder of Miramax
* Adolph Zukor, founder of Paramount Pictures

Television executives
* Leonard Goldenson, president of ABC
* Les Moonves, CBS President
* William S. Paley, Founder And CEO of CBS
* David Sarnoff, founder of NBC, general manager of RCA
* Laurence Tisch, CEO of CBS
* Jeff Zucker, NBC President

Newspaper executives
* Katharine Graham, Washington Post
* Adolph Ochs, New York Times
* Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr., New York Times

Adult Entertainment
* Adam Glasser, founder of Seymore Inc, produer of Seymore Butts videos
* Al Goldstein, publisher of Screw
* Steven Hirsch, founder and co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment
* Reuben Sturman, adult magazine publisher

* Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft
* Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google, Inc.
* Michael Dell, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Dell
* Lawrence Ellison, Founder of Oracle Corporation
* Philippe Kahn, creator of the Camera Phone, Founder of Fullpower, Borland
* Larry Page, co-founder of Google, Inc.
* Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook

Other Companies:

AOL Time Warner
Time Life magazine, CNN, ICQ

Apax Partners
Jonny Rockets, Sunglass Hut.

Fruitopia, Fanta, Kia Orange, Lilt, Sprite, Sunkist, Schweppes, Dr Pepper

HP foods, Evian, Volvic, Jacob

Delta Galil
Hema, Barbie, Carrefour, Auchan, Tchibo, Victoria’s Secret, GAP, Banana Republic, Structure, J-Crew, JC Penny, Pryca, Lindex, DIM, DKNY, Ralph Lauren, Playtex, cK, Hugo Boss, M&S, Calvin Klein


Estée Lauder
Aramis, Clinique, DKNY, Prescriptives, Origins, MAC, La Mer, Bobbi Brown, Tommy Hilfiger, Jane, Donna Karan, Aveda, Stila, Jo Malone, Bumble & Bumble, Kate Spade

Ford Motor Corp



Johnson & Johnson


Kleenex, Kotex, Huggies, Andrex

Lewis Trust Group
River Island
, Isrotel hotels, Britannia Pacific

Giorgio Armani, Redken 5th Avenue, Lancome Paris, Vichy, Cacharel, La
Roche-Posay, Garnier, Biotherm, Helena Rubinstein, Maybelline, Ralph
Lauren, Carson

Marks & Spencer - Relations with Zionist Jew
M&S, St.Michaels



Nestle - 50.1% share
Nescafé, Milo, Horlicks, Perrier, Vittel, Pure Life, Carnation, Libby’s, Milkmaid, Nesquik, Maggi, Buitoni, Cross & Blackwell, KitKat, Milkybar, Quality Street, Smarties, After Eight, Aero, Polo, Lion, Felix cat food.


News Corporation - (Rupert Murdoch)
TV: Fox, Sky, Star, Phoenix, Granada, CNBC.
UK newspapers: Standard Newspaper, News of the World, The Sun, The Times.
Australian Newspapers: The Telegraph , Gold Coast Bulletin, Herald Sun, Independent, Sunday Mail.
US newspapers: New York Post.

Publishers: Harper Collins Ragan, Zondervan, National
Geographical. Nursery World, Rawkus, NDS, Mushroom Records,, Festival Records

New World Entertainment, Forbes

Sara Lee
Hanes, Playtex, Champion, Leggs, Douwe Egberts, Bryan, DIM, Ambi Pur, Bali, Superior Coffee, Just My Size, Kiwi, Maison Cafe, Nur die, Pilao, Lovable, Outer Banks, Wonderbra, Sanex, Pickwick, Gossard, Body Mist, Brylcreem, Aqua Velva, Radox, Ridsect



Seattle Coffee, Pasqua, Hear Music, Tazo

The Limited Inc.
Express stores, Lerner New York, Structure, New York & Company, Mast Industries, Intimate Brands, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, White Barn Candle Company, Henri Bendel





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