Mega Group

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Group.png Mega Group
(Sayanim, Billionaires, Israel Lobby)Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
Formation1991
Founder• Charles Bronfman
• Leslie Wexner
Membership• Edgar Bronfman Sr
• Leonard Abramson
• Max Martin Fisher
• Max Lender
• Harvey Meyerhoff
• Charles Schusterman
• Laurence Tisch
• Lester Crown
• Max Fischer
• Michael Steinhardt
• Steven Spielberg
A super-secret, by-invitation-only group of powerful American and Canadian "mega-billionaires," who meet behind closed doors twice a year, to set the overall policy for the "official" Israel Lobby in North America

The Mega Group was/is a super-secret, by-invitation-only group of powerful American and Canadian "mega-billionaires," who meet behind closed doors twice a year, to set the overall policy for the "official" Israel Lobby in North America, and deploy billions of dollars a year in "charitable" cash.[1]

The last known meeting of the Mega Group occurred at the Manhattan mansion of Edgar Bronfman on May 3-4, 2001.

Mega Group's ranks appear to have grown from an initial core of 20 members — when it was formed in 1991 by the Bronfmans and Les Wexner — to nearly 50 super-rich activists.

Exposure

The Wall Street Journal reported on an April 1998 of gathering of some 20 Jewish billionaires, at the Manhattan apartment of hedge-fund manager Michael Steinhardt. That gathering involved some of the most powerful names in the Jewish lobby in America, starting with Edgar Bronfman, the chairman of the World Jewish Congress. Others included: Charles Bronfman, Edgar's brother and a top executive of the family's flagship Seagrams Corp.; Leslie Wexler of Limited, Inc. and sexual blackmailer Jeffrey Epstein's patron; Charles Schusterman, chairman of Samson Investment Co. of Tulsa, Oklahoma; Harvey "Bud" Meyerhoff, a fabulously wealthy and powerful Baltimore real estate magnate; Laurence Tisch, chairman of Loews Corporation; Max Martin Fisher, the Detroit oil magnate and Republican Party powerhouse; bagel magnate Max Lender; and Leonard Abramson, the founder of U.S. Healthcare.[1]



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