First we have to look at Sam Bronfman, founder of Seagram, and his children
On June 21, 1922, Bronfman married Saidye Rosner (1897 – July 7, 1995), with whom he had four children: Aileen Mindel “Minda” Bronfman de Gunzburg (1925–1986), Phyllis Lambert (born January 24, 1927), Edgar Miles Bronfman (June 20, 1929 – December 21, 2013), Charles Rosner Bronfman (born June 27, 1931).
We know of Edgar through his daughters at NXIVM, who Mack has had charges of child trafficking.
The oldest of the children, Minda
Minda married a French banker with Rothschild ties and became a baroness:
( more Bronfman Family ties in this article)
Baroness Aileen Bronfman de Gunzburg, a member of the family that controls the Seagram Company and the wife of a prominent French banker and industrialist:
The Bronfmans’ time had truly come. Sam’s children were welcomed into the Hofjuden elite by intermarriage. Minda married Baron Alain de Gunzberg, himself an extension of the Rothschild family tree:
Born in Montreal, she studied at The Study, a premier independent school for girls, Vassar College (BA in 1948). She moved to France in 1949 and married Baron Jean Lambert, a banker and Rothschild cousin, but they divorced in 1954
Stephen Bronfman runs the investment firm founded by his father, Claridge.
Revealed: Justin Trudeau’s close adviser helped move huge sums offshore
The Paradise Papers put the spotlight once again on Trudeau’s record on tax fairness, only this time the focus falls within his inner circle. Specifically, on Bronfman, one of his closest advisers.
The two men are childhood friends who in recent years have revived their bond to assist Trudeau’s meteoric rise:
Trudeau’s chief fundraiser linked to Cayman Islands tax scheme:
There are many more connections between the Bronfman family and the Rothschilds through Foundations and Groups. The Rothschilds were key to the drugs the Bronfams were running.