Given that it’s Super Bowl Sunday, I’d like to highlight this revealing article recently published by the Jewish Telegraph Agency detailing the generous donations Robert Kraft, the Jewish owner of the New England Patriots, has given to the organized Jewish community in America and other Jewish causes in Israel. It’s no wonder the Jews are so powerful and influential in America and around the world when wealthy Jewish individuals such as Robert Kraft fund pro-Jewish organizations to the tune of millions of dollars!
The Jewish Telegraph Agency reports:
Patriots owner Robert Kraft will be in the stands this Sunday to see if his New England Patriots can win a sixth Superbowl. But in Jewish circles, Kraft may be almost as well-known for his generosity and devotion to Jewish and Israeli causes as for the exploits of his NFL team.
Over decades, the Kraft family has given away more than $100 millionto a variety of causes, including health care, education, the Jewish community, Christian organizations and local needs. And as of 2013, the Kraft family philanthropic foundation had nearly $88 million in assets. […]
There’s hardly a Jewish institution in the Boston area that hasn’t benefited from Kraft’s largesse, starting with the local federation, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, which in 2013 was the single-largest recipient of funding from the Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation. Among the other local Jewish institutions Kraft supports have been his late wife’s alma mater, Brandeis University, as well as Jewish schools, Jewish family services and synagogues. […]
The Hillel center of Columbia University and Barnard College is housed in the Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life, so named for the family that donated the building, which stands out in the Manhattan neighborhood for its limestone façade typical of buildings in Jerusalem. Kraft, who graduated Columbia College in 1963, also gave $5 million several years ago to help support Columbia athletics. Not that it’s helped the Columbia Lions, who recently went two straight years without winning a single football game. Kraft and his family also have endowed chairs in Jewish studies at Boston College and the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, and endowed a chair in Christian studies at Brandeis. […]
In 2013, the Robert and Myra Kraft Family Foundation gave its top gifts to CJP – Boston’s Jewish federation ($1.12 million), and to Brandeis ($1.1 million), Myra Kraft’s alma mater. The foundation’s next-largest gift that year, $350,000, went to Columbia. Other Jewish beneficiaries among the 28 recipients that received more than $25,000 included $93,000 to the Jerusalem Foundation for athletic activities; $50,000 to Columbia’s Hillel; $50,000 to the World Jewish Congress (American section); $35,000 to the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces, and $31,036 to Temple Emanuel in Newton, Massachusetts.
Kraft also gave $25,000 each to American Friends of Beit Hatfutsot, the Diaspora museum in Tel Aviv; the America-Israel Friendship League; the Anti-Defamation League; Jewish Vocational Services in Boston; the Middle East Media Research Institute; the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, and UJA-Federation of New York.
Smaller gifts went to the Jewish Book Council ($22,333), Jewish Theological Seminary ($20,000), the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County ($11,200); American Jewish Committee ($10,000), Jewish Family & Children’s Services in Waltham, Massachusetts ($10,000) and Friends of Yemin Orde ($10,000).
Chabad of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Boston Jewish film festival and Kehillath Israel in Brookline were among the Jewish recipients under the $10,000 level.
You have to hand it to the Jews – they stick with their ethnic brethren, support Jewish causes, donate to Jewish organizations and institutions, and spread their money around to ensure Jews have a strong sense of identity, purpose, and mission. There are literally hundreds of Jewish organizations and institutions around the United States, all generously funded and supported by other Jews, including extremely wealthy Jews like Robert Kraft.
This phenomenon explains, at least in part, how the organized Jewish community and Jewish individuals in America are able to thrive and exert so much power and influence in society. Does anyone know of a single explicitly pro-White organization or institution that is lavishly funded and supported openly and proudly by other Whites? Due to weaponized, anti-White narratives, largely spread and reinforced by the Jewish dominated media, Whites are not even allowed to organized and form explicitly pro-White organizations, unlike the Jews who have hundreds of such organizations operating across the country and indeed the world.