I just saw your other posts and will respond once I have a chance to thoroughly look into it. I seriously doubt there would be such a massive swing in the Ivy League in two years, where it goes from 80% to 10-15%. I have found that the people compiling these statistics and blogs have zero credibility, they shamelessly mix and match years, falsely attribute religious identities. The spouse point is still complete BS. I know of several mixed marriages and there is nothing different in them than in other mixed-faith marriages, and in the few cases I know of the children were raised and identify as Christian. And I seriously, seriously doubt your statistic about 40% of billionaires being Jews. There are 540 billionaries in the US and 1,800 in the world, mostly in the West. You then named ten Jewish billionaires which you apparently intended as making some kind of case, which is typical of those with your view. Do you realize how shocking of a case could be made about British Protestants? If I pointed that a majority in nearly every major industry for the past 300 years, majority of bank heads, every US President except JFK, a huge majority of Supreme Court justices, it would blow your case for Jewish domination out of the water, at least to any honest, objective observer. But I'm not going to because I don't contend that British Protestants as such run everything, nor do I contend Jews do. My belief is that there is one over-arching organization, one allegiance that dominates, and has 'members' who are both Christian and Jews. Jews are over-represented in it, but do not dominate it and constitute no more than 10-15%. I never denied there is a cohensive Jewish/Zionist special interest that has great power and throws its weight around. But it's not the only powerful group, and it's ultimately subservient to the monolithic 'organization' I mentioned.
And again, where do you draw the line? If someone is 1/16th or 1/8th Jewish (a very large percentage of anyone who came from Europe, especially mainland European countries like Germany, Italy, Poland, France, or Spain where Jews were in high numbers and relatively mainstream in society), are they Jewish to you? The vast majority of people in those cases do not even know they're Jewish since few people know their history beyond their grandparents, and don't know the make-up of their grandparents. I am an (amateur) family history researcher and I have uncovered Jewish heritage in several people, none of which considered themselves Jewish or had any clue of their Jewish heritage. One person is mostly German and looks like a model for a Hitler Aryan poster and he is related to Adam Aron's family (look him up). The sources your drawing from will stoop to any low and bend the facts as far as they need to to make their case because it's all but a religion to them.