●The Rockefeller Files Part 2
By Gary Allen 1975
Chapter Two The Saintly Sinner ``Competition is a sin.'' - John D. Rockefeller http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/article.asp?ID=2763
【Everything about the Rockefellers seems to be controversial, even their family background.
One story goes that the family descends from French Protestants, who changed their name from
Roquefeuille to Rockefeller when they were driven from France into Germany.
However, a genealogy compiled by the distinguished scholar, Dr. Malcolm Stern,
entitled Americans of Jewish Descent, convincingly established the claims of many American Jews that
the Rockefeller clan originally was one of their own.*
* Birmingham, Stephen, The Grandees: America's Sephardic Elite, Harper & Row, N.Y., 1971, p. 3.
The controversy about the Rockefeller antecedents is probably not important.
But it does highlight an accomplishment more difficult than threading a needle after six martinis
(and one that is reported about as often).
The family controls oil holdings worth hundreds of millions in Arab lands,
yet Nelson has remained the darling of organized Jewry in New York City.
Without such support he could never have been elected Governor of New York State four times.
Just how the family manages this bit of wizardry boggles the mind.】
「Americans of Jewish Descent」の著者、マルコム・スターン博士もまた、ユダヤ人のラビで、
National genealogical society の名誉会員として、栄誉の殿堂入りの人物。
●Honored Members of the National Genealogy Hall Of Fame
RABBI MALCOLM H. STERN Elected 2000 http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/comhallmembers.cfm
【RABBI MALCOLM H. STERN
Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern, was nominated by the American Society of Genealogists, the Jewish Genealogical Society of New York,
and twenty-four other Jewish genealogical societies. Rabbi Stern was a founder of the first Jewish Genealogical Society in America,
the New York-based Jewish Genealogical Society, Inc., and served as its president from 1979 to 1984 and from 1986 to 1989.
Under his leadership similar Jewish societies came to be established worldwide resulting in over seventy societies as of 1999.】