Author Topic: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis  (Read 68957 times)


Offline RedRightHand

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Re: Richard Kincaid King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #76 on: October 01, 2014, 12:49:44 am »
!!!  https://www.facebook.com/BrenndtJames/  the photos...  :o

He want the tribe to say he was a direct descendant of Sitting Bull
He say that he is Sioux from a woman named ziziwin. I wrote back
and told he was not. He told me that we did not know Sitting Bull history
I told we did and had a complete history of Sitting Bull, we are Sitting Bull people.
He said he was told that Sitting Bull had many wives he left all over.
What??
Anyway I informed he is not from my nation and can't claim to be
a descendant of Sitting Bull
This guy is crazy and he believe himself.

Looks like he's still exploiting his fantasy of being a descendent: https://www.facebook.com/thenambu/photos/pb.142986355728266.-2207520000.1412124330./644120282281535/?type=1

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #77 on: October 01, 2014, 01:34:34 am »
Not that any of this makes any sense, but I am wondering why, with his "supposed" heritage, he doesn't create groups for others to join?  (but then, five years ago when this thread was first started, didn't he say it was all in fun?)  How about the Scottish, Irish, German, Russian-Lithuanian Jew, British, Welsh, Scandinavian, Venetian, and African Americans?  They need their groups also!

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James is of tri-racial heritage, being Native American (Mohegan, Cherokee, Sioux, Winnebago, Ponca, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Powhatan), White (European; Scottish, Irish, German, Russian-Lithuanian Jew, British, Welsh, Scandinavian, and Venetian), and Black (African American). Some of his well-known traits are his blue eyes, red hair, dimples, and larger size. :P

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:Rjfc/Richard_James_%28actor%29&oldid=440277260

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #78 on: October 01, 2014, 12:40:21 pm »
Not that any of this makes any sense, but I am wondering why, with his "supposed" heritage, he doesn't create groups for others to join?  (but then, five years ago when this thread was first started, didn't he say it was all in fun?) 

Actually I think it was his relatives that came to defend him that claimed this was all in fun.  If I remember correctly Richard sent several pm's to several board members threatening us all with a defamation lawsuit.  So, it's no surprise he's keeping up the charade.

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #79 on: October 01, 2014, 06:27:15 pm »
So far all the census records I've looked at list everyone as white. Various pieces of his claimed genealogy are floating around the web, giving me names and dates to check on.

I notice on this genealogy post he snuck in a "Princess Betty Jean (Ruth) Riley" - my guess is he is claiming this is another royalty connection: http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/KINCAID/2009-01/1230937504

Here is his maternal aunt's page for part of the family lineage http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~backward/adamskincaid.html - no heritage other than white claimed.

I don't know why they use that news video on their web site, it does not make them look good at all.

In that video Richard the Younger says he has NDN ancestry on both sides of his family and that altogether he is 1/8. He says he has been told this all his life. Of course, being told something all your life, does not mean it is true. Even if he does have distant ancestry, he needs to stop with the fake tribe stuff already.

He and his family are in some form of shared delusion.

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #80 on: October 01, 2014, 07:05:07 pm »
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One of the biggest projects for our tribe is getting recognized in 2016 by the Oregon House of Representatives in a House Concurrent Resolution. We have been working with the office of the House Speaker, Representative Val Hoyle to accomplish this

http://www.unatribe.org/

On Richard the Younger's mother's bio:

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Lucretia Lake's Experience
Researcher (Intern)
Val Hoyle, Oregon State Represenative

September 2010 – June 2011 (10 months)

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/lucretia-lake/52/1b8/61

Epiphany

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #81 on: October 01, 2014, 08:15:08 pm »
From #44 on this thread:

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I did finally get an email today from Kincaid's account, but it was signed Priscilla Hughes. It was written in exactly the same style as the other posts and emails by Kincaid. Some things you can't make up...

From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Una_Tribe_of_Mixed-Bloods:

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The Eizsdahn Clan

    Hon. Priscilla Hughes, Chieftess Eizsdahn

From http://samragov.blogspot.com/:

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On May 03, 2003 His Majesty, made Samr'a a kingdom again. His Majesty signed a treaty with the people of Samr'a that stated that he would bring more freedom to Samr'a, and that he would up security to protect his country from revolutionist like LeRoy Kincaid and Priscilla Hughes.

The blogger in this case is "H.M. King Edvard", the blog posts look like a role play game story. Leroy Kincaid is an actual ancestor of Richard the Younger, don't know if Priscilla Hughes is or not.

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #82 on: October 02, 2014, 02:51:16 pm »


In that video Richard the Younger says he has NDN ancestry on both sides of his family and that altogether he is 1/8. He says he has been told this all his life. Of course, being told something all your life, does not mean it is true. Even if he does have distant ancestry, he needs to stop with the fake tribe stuff already.

He and his family are in some form of shared delusion.

Since he's claiming ancestry from eight different tribes (Mohegan, Cherokee, Sioux, Winnebago, Ponca, Chickasaw, Choctaw, and Powhatan), to be one eighth Native with ancestry on both sides, that means all or most his ancestors were about 32 generations back, 600 to 800 years ago, long before Europeans were in America. Add to that the senior Lake saying he's unsure of who his own father was. Add to that Euro contact with Lakota and Ponca came much later than the east coast tribes.

Like someone else said, the young man's photos are creepy, that look in his eyes like he's not in touch with reality. But a part of me feels sorry for him. His appearance and being gay likely led to a lot of bullying when he was growing up. Perhaps this is why he gets lost in fantasy.

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #83 on: October 02, 2014, 05:09:06 pm »
For some white people (including those of possible distant ancestry), the idea of being a member of a tribe is very appealing. For some one who has experienced a lot of bullying, being told that efforts to get a mixed blood tribe recognized is misguided, probably feels like more bullying.

Richard might not be able to hear us, he may assume that we are bullies, and that we are trying to prevent him from fulfilling a dream. Family and friends may be reluctant to correct him, because they don't want to him to feel more attacked. 

But even people who are bullied sometimes get things wrong. He's got this wrong, and he can fix it.

If I was his advisor, I'd suggest that he close down this endeavor and find other more appropriate projects. His mission statement of "Love each other, Know our heritage, Give hope and love" is laudable, this just isn't the way to do it.

Creating fake tribes, trying to get state and federal recognition, harms actual NDNs. It muddies the waters and diverts resources. If anyone can create a tribe, then tribes are ultimately meaningless, then why don't we break even more treaties with them, since the whole thing is nothing but a game - just as milehighsalute already said - the end result of that train is genocide. Tribal integrity matters, treaties matter, truth matters.

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #84 on: October 02, 2014, 07:53:07 pm »
I have heard alot form this man including calls back in the day they have no Indian blood and i have to laugh that
they added more indian blood to their pretend tribe.
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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #85 on: October 06, 2014, 02:47:14 pm »
well i urged everyone on facebook to contact the senator, the representative and the mayor about that so called tribe......since they claim all of them are supporting their bid for recognition in that group....i sent them all links to this page....no response.....i even sent this to the tv station that covered them....no response......im thinking EVERYONE should contact the and post this stuff on their pages....they are all running for reelection....lets hear what their statement is on support of this fake tribe

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #86 on: June 28, 2015, 11:06:14 pm »
Looking at this group again, most of their wiki links are deleted by mods or marked as in progress. Their "high priest" is gone from the group. Now they claim over 900 enrolled members, supposedly. A new "president," Hafeezah Comeaux, seems to be a Nation of Islam member or supporter judging by her amazon page.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A1US7KYUAJ5EJ3/ref=cm_cr_rdp_pdp

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http://speedydeletion.wikia.com/wiki/General_Hafeezah
Formerly known as Deborah Frazier, she later changed her name to Hafeezah Comeaux and assumed the pen name "General" Hafeezah. Her military style of commanding forth the higher power of the inner self earned her the nickname “General”, bestowed upon her by her mentor, motivational speaker Les Brown.

She is known as "The Relationship Guru" from her speeches on developing skills to promote long lasting relationships. "General" Hafeezah is the founder and CEO of The Boomerang Foundation, which focuses on motivational lectures, seminars and workshops as well as developing support groups and providing reading materials for prisoners, and their families.

An ordained minister, wedding officiate, Gold Seal Certified Dianetics Auditor, and premarital coaching consultant...
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http://generalhafeezah.com/bio/

http://businessprofiles.com/details/boomerang-foundation-inc/GA-984863

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #87 on: June 29, 2015, 07:43:24 am »

!!  WARNING:   virus threat on that link to her bio page.  !!

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #88 on: June 29, 2015, 03:38:31 pm »
Hafeezah Comeaux https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QJ2Z-V3X2
Hafeezah Muhammad https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K1PL-NHC

Same birthdate, same person.

She is involved in Nation of Islam and Scientology.

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An ordained minister, wedding officiate, Gold Seal Certified Dianetics Auditor, and premarital coaching consultant...

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The successful completion of a Scientology training course is validated with certification. When one has passed a thorough period of internship, he earns a gold seal signifying that his certificate is permanent.

http://training.scientology.org/wis1_14.htm

Concerning Nation of Islam & Scientology:

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The first large-scale introduction of Scientology to Nation members took place in August 2010, when hundreds of believers from around the country traveled to Rosemont, Illinois, near the Nation’s headquarters, for a seminar in Dianetics, a foundational belief system of Scientology. There, they were guided through auditing sessions—a kind of hybrid between hypnosis and confession—in which a Scientologist purges painful experiences from his subconscious in the presence of an “auditor.” At the end of the seminar, Farrakhan told the group he wanted everyone in attendance to become a certified auditor.

http://www.newrepublic.com/article/politics/magazine/108205/scientology-joins-forces-with-nation-of-islam

Info on Nation of Islam http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-files/groups/nation-of-islam

Hafeezah on a Nation of Islam site: http://www.worldwideinfoforum.com/forums/fortyplussingleweekend.html
Hafeezah offering Scientology auditing: http://generalhafeezah.com/services-available/

A comment on a blog post:

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Scientology is not benign. It enslaves, brutalizes, terrorizes, forces abortions (in the Sea Org)pulls families apart (Disconnection)and continually targets critics with violence, the threat of violence and litigation.

It is also allying with the Nation of Islam in a very disturbing way.
Here is just one example:the character of Sister Hafeezah Muhammed also known as General Hafeezah.
http://generalhafeezah.com/services-available/
http://www.worldwideinfoforum.com/forums/fortyplussingleweekend.html

http://www.citizenwarrior.com/2013/06/an-unseen-error-in-multicultural-ethos.html#uds-search-results

Epiphany

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Re: Richard Kincaid-Lake King of the Sioux, Una Tribe, Antinanco Metis
« Reply #89 on: June 29, 2015, 03:49:20 pm »
UNA NATION OF MIXED-BLOODS
Registry Date   03-10-2015
Next Renewal Date   03-10-2016

REGISTERED AGENT   
Name   RICHARD   B   LAKE   III   
Addr 1   927 TRAVIS AVE
    EUGENE   OR   97404

http://egov.sos.state.or.us/br/pkg_web_name_srch_inq.show_detl?p_be_rsn=1750552&p_srce=BR_INQ&p_print=FALSE

In a recent amendment he changed the corporation type from public benefit to mutual benefit.

http://info.legalzoom.com/difference-between-nonprofit-mutualbenefit-corporation-27224.html