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Jeremiah Cornelius's Journal: Yes? No? Mark Zuckerberg Is Grandson Of David Rockefeller? 5

Journal by Jeremiah Cornelius

A Jacob Greenberg was arrested for possession of Marijuana and this mugshot was taken. It was later revealed that this could indeed be the man the world knows as Mark Zuckerberg.

His family members include David Rockefeller, his Grandfather. A little strange because Rothschild owns 8% of Facebook shares. Both Rothschild and Rockefeller are well known namesâ¦.TAP with One World Government associations.

and his other granpa... Greenberg...CEO of AIG

http://beforeitsnews.com/eu/2012/05/mark-zuckerberg-is-grandson-of-david-rockefeller-real-name-jacob-greenberg-2129257.html

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Yes? No? Mark Zuckerberg Is Grandson Of David Rockefeller?

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  • I would have expected a better long-term business plan from one of Rockefeller's descendants. Facebook still hasn't found a way to actually produce profit for their customers and doesn't seem worried about that fact. If Rockefeller had started it himself he would have found a way to make it useful by now.
    • by mcgrew (92797) *

      It's certainly been useful to Zuckerberg. How many billions has he made from Facebook?

      • It's certainly been useful to Zuckerberg. How many billions has he made from Facebook?

        As far as I understand - and correct me if I'm wrong - his wealth is almost entirely tied up in stocks. He has billions in (vastly overvalued) shares of facebook. If he tried to sell a billion dollar's worth of facebook stock - and I'm doubtful that he would even be allowed to do it - the stock's value would plummet as it would be seen by the market as his attempting to leave the company before it goes broke. While he is far from poor, he doesn't have $1B in actual non-stock assets, AFAIK.

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