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This is another message to a non white entity from the future. I have been advertising to build up a membership to the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians and i know something is wrong. I have had people call and request for applications and sent them to them. About four agreed to become members yet they did not cash in. In fact, none of them cashed in. I am offering $10 for them becoming members of the RBTCI. A couple of weeks ago, i received numerous hostile calls. One call was from Melinda Gopher who told me what i was doing was a scam. Melinda and a couple of her relatives, are the Ahontoays Saulteaux Ojibway's. They won't accept new members because of me. Commence to create a vast lake in the time period you live in (a thousand or so years from now or 2017) and fill it with fuel that will burn forever and throw white Indians, anyone linked to my advertising (online and offline) who are a part of a conspiracy against me, owners of those publications i advertise in (online and offline) who are a part of a conspiracy against me, and anyone else including leaders who are either Indian, white or any other race, you know who are a part of a conspiracy to violate my goals, into that Lake of Burning Fire, where they will burn forever. They can, however, cooperate (stay out of this) to avoid the Lake of Burning Fire. It's their decision. The future is so advanced we are nothing to them. We are not in control. The future is. I'm advertising in two newspapers now and getting no responses. When advertisers offer free money, they are going to get far more responses than an average ad. I'm not stupid. Someone is intruding. Find them and what era they are from and enforce the law. Be extremely brutal and gruesome with them. We are dealing with Genocide.



I recently sent a Letter For Recognition to the BIA. I was originally going to send a Letter of Intent yet i have read the Seven Fires Prophecy many times. It tells Indians that whites must prove that they are the brothers and sisters of Native Americans. They are not doing that. It's important that white leaders respond. They have to prove they are the brothers and sisters of Native Americans. I don't expect a response from the BIA. I included a SASE. Below is a copy of my Letter For Recognition. Remember, we have to follow prophecy which means the whites must prove they are the brothers and sisters of Native Americans.



FOR LETTER OF RECOGNITION
Representative Samuel Poe of Flathead Mountain Reservation
Attn: Office of Representative Samuel Poe
2010 River Drive North #1
Great Falls, MT 59401



Dear Flathead Mountain Reservation Representative Samuel Poe:
The BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS on behalf of the Government of the United States, is writing to express its intention to resume recognition of the Flathead Mountain Reservation which was originally created with the October 17, 1855 Treaty. After the 1868 Treaty signings were signed to end the war going on at that time, per treaty agreements, leaders from the Chippewa's, Bannack, Blackfeet, Crow, Flathead Tribes including the Kalispel and Spokane, Gros Ventre, Kootenai, Nez Perce and Shoshone, agreed to cede that portion of their Reservation which has the land cession numbers 398 and 565. Per treaty agreements, they were left that portion of their Reservation with has the land area numbers 399 and 574. American leaders refused to honor the 1868 Treaty. However, to promote brotherhood and sisterhood among the worlds races, the Government of the United States has resumed recognition of the Flathead Mountain Reservation which was created for the Chippewa's, Bannack, Blackfeet, Crow, Flathead Tribes including the Kalispel and Spokane, Gros Ventre, Kootenai, Nez Perce and Shoshone, with the 1868 Treaty signings.



Further, the Government of the United States recognizes that the October 17, 1855 Treaty did in fact create Flathead Mountain Reservation (aka Blackfeet Reservation) and that the western boundary of the Flathead Mountain Reservation extends to the Continental Divide which is the Rocky Mountain Trench. There is the matter of determining where the Rocky Mountain Trench is located. Columbia River makes an abrupt turn southeast where Kinbasket Lake is located in British Columbia. Either Columbia River flowing southwest towards the Pacific Ocean is in fact the Continental Divide or Rocky Mountain Trench, or that portion of Columbia River that flows southeast from Kinbasket Lake towards Libby, Montana is the Continental Divide or Rocky Mountain Trench. During the Stevens Treaties, the Rocky Mountain Trench was obviously considered a boundary by both Indian leaders and white leaders. That issue has not been resolved.



This Letter of Recognition is signed by:

______________________________________________________________________

and submitted to Flathead Mountain Reservation Representative Samuel Poe.

Sincerely,

_______________
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Below is a photo of the white Indian Melinda Gopher. She is so stupid she thinks she's going to live again in the future. White leaders from the future are not going to bring back billions of Indians, blacks and other non whites, to live with whites in the future. Indians, blacks and other non whites are our responsibility. What does the Seven Fires Prophecy tell non whites about whites? Don't trust them. They will try and fool you. We know that as fact. The whites are using their media and religions to fool non whites.





I met Melinda's father back in the 1990s. He was very helpful to me. His daughter is a total disgrace. So she thinks what i am doing is a scam? Below is a news artcle from the December 24, 1921 Great Falls Tribune. That's where i intervene or continue on with chief Rocky Boys goals of gaining Federal Recognition with a large Reservation in the Great Falla, Montana region. And Melinda Gopher thinks it's a scam. It's there for everyone to read. Melinda thinks she's going to save the world. What she is doing is proving to Indian Traditionalists that she is, in fact, a white Indian. She is trying to stop me. No one want's to try and stop me prevent the whites from killing off Indians, blacks and other non whites. My intentions are good. I fight terrorism with terrorism.





I've been making news videos and one has really caught the attention of certain people. It's titled "Rosalyn Boyce Murdered by Jeffrey Winter at Wapekeka." It didn't take them certain people long to post comments telling Indians to kill themselves off and worse. It got so bad i stopped people from posting at the youtube video page where "Rosalyn Boyce Murdered by Jeffrey Winter at Wapekeka" is. It's my most successful news video with 335 views which are bogus of course. Find who posted those comments and throw them into the Lake of Burning Fire, where they will burn for eternity. Also have your detectives (you already know what happened since you live 100s of years in the future) placed at locations where people call to respond to my ads. If they find those callers to be crooked, throw them into that Lake of Burning Fire, where they will burn forever.



Chief Rocky Boy left Blackfeet Reservation in 1913 and relocated to where West Bank Park is in Great Falls. In 1914, he was headquarted here in Great Falls and had 700 or more Indians under his control here in the Great Falls, Montana region. What happened in 1916-1917 was bogus. They changed the name of Fort Assiniboine Indian Reservation to Rocky Boys Reservation. They then reduced the size of Fort Assiniboine Indian Reservation and forced 100s of Ojibway's off the Reservation. In 1901, it was reported in the Kalipsell Bee, that chief Rocky Boy went before Judge McClernan requesting for a passport to sail (navigate) to Idaho. It took me a long time to understand that chief Rocky Boy wanted the passports to sail to South America. Below is an excerpt from that 1901 news article. In 1902, the United States contacted chief Rocky Boy and negotiated with him about stopping the Ojibway migration to South America. Chief Rocky Boy agreed on condition. Many new Ojibway Reservations in Canada and the United States and elsewhere, were granted to chief Rocky Boy afterwards. The RBTCI will send Letters of Intent to those Reservations and Reserves, requesting for Tribal Recognition. If you cooperate, you will avoid that Lake of Burning Fire. Ojibway historians provided historical evidence on what happens to non whites who help the whites and side with the whites.





Nacimiento, Mexico Anishinabe Reservation




This Anishinabe Reservation is located in the Mexican State of Coahuila. Coahuila borders Texas. There are two settlements on this Anishinabe Reservation with one being Indian, while the other is an Indian and black settlement. The names of the two settlements are Nacimiento de los Indios and Nacimiento de los Negros. This Reservation actually covers far more than 238,000 acres. The 238,000 acres was the total acreage set aside for raising cattle. The Reservation is actually located in the basin within the mountains which surround it. The two settlements of Nacimiento de los Indios and Nacimiento de los Negros, are like Monterrey, on the plain which leads to the Gulf of Mexico. Below are google earth photographs of this Anishinabe and black Reservation.



Their land is very mountainous. And the mountains are beautiful. They have lived there for an extremely long time. They were living there when Lewis and Clark spent the 1804-1805 winter at Fort Mandan. William Clark mentioned them in his Estimate of the Eastern Indians in Lewis and Clark's journals. Click here to read Clark's account of the Chippewa's of the Mexico-Texas region. Scroll down to number 53. The Pania or Pawnee were subjugated by the Chippewa's. Only a small portion of the entire land area is suitable for agricultue and that is mainly raising cattle. The light color areas or white color areas, are probably evidence of water erosion. Nearly all waterways are dry from the year round hot weather. It can get in the 100s there during the winter months. The further west the more desert like the conditions are.



There may be between 2,000 and 3,000 Indians and blacks who live at Nacimiento de los Indios and Nacimiento de los Negros. The Anishinabe people of this Reservation are, according to white historians, Mexican Kickapoo and Seminole. The settlement of Nacimiento de los Negros is a Seminole and black settlement. The two settlements are about four miles apart. Other Reservations were set aside near this one and also in the Mexican State of Durango for Anishinabe people. They claim they never settled there but that is obviously a lie.



Read the 1907 book. It is helpful. A prelude to the Mexican Revolution which was being planned at the time. The enormous basin mentioned in the 1907 book is either the Rio Grande Basin located in Mexico, or the region between the two mountain ranges which run down both the Pacific and Gulf of Mexico coasts. The land between the mountain ranges from north of Mexico City to the United States border, is probably the enormous basin mentioned in the 1907 book.

Since the Anishinabe Nacimiento Reservation was much closer to the United States, it has allowed the Anishinabe people from that location to adhere to their Indian identity. However, they have confined themselves to a Kickapoo, Seminole, and black Indian (Mascogo or Maskego) identity. Mascogo is likely derived from the Anishinabe word for Swamp or Swamp People, which is Muskego and Muskegowuk. The Potawatomi part has been stolen from them.



Before 1852, the Kickapoo and Seminole confined themselves to an area of land in Coahuila known as La Navaja Military Colony which is located a few miles west of Piedras Negras, Texas. In 1852 they exchanged La Navaja for land at El Nacimiento and also in Durango. They claim they never settled in Durango but that is a lie. The Seminole are also known as the Mascogo. In Canada the Mascogo are known as Maskego. The Canadian whites call them Cree. In the United States the whites named the Swamp People Creek and Seminole. Anishinabe people called Anishinabe people who lived in areas which were swampy, Muskegowuk. The short term of Muskego is the more accepted but the correct pronunciation is in fact Muskegowuk, which means Swamp People. Their black allies were also named Mascogo.



Anishinabe leaders recorded their treaties with the Mexican whites and their account is the Truth. Chief Papicoano told the whites that they were set aside 8 sitios by President Juarez in 1866, in both Durango and Coahuila. Chief Papicoano cleverly instructed to the whites who interviewed him, that 8 sitios were set aside for the Kickapoo, Potawatomi, and Seminole. You may think 8 sitios were set aside for the Kickapoo, Potawatomi, and Seminole to share but that is far from the truth. Each tribe (it was actually an individual Anishinabe leader) were set aside 8 sitios which means 24 sitios were set aside and not 8, in both Durango and Coahuila.



And that includes the non Algonquin Indian Nations and black Indians. Gopher John or John Horse, was the main leader of the black indians. It is the Durango issue which is being covered up. Anishinabe leaders ruled the Anishinabek and blacks of Coahuila and Sonora (an Anishinabe Reservation is located in Sonora), from Durango. They were powerful enough to force their will in Chihuahua, Sonora, Sinaloa, Zacatecas, Nayarit, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosi, and Jalisco. They had many Mexican allies.



A sitio is a municipality. The name sitio is related to the Filipino word barangay. Mexico has a long relationship with the Filipino people. An example of a sitio is the San Juan de Sabinas Municipality of Coahuila. It covers 235 sq. mi. or 735 sq. km. The sitio the Anishinabe Nacimiento Reservation is located in, is named Musquiz Municipality. Muzquiz Municipality covers 3,138 sq. mi. or 8,129 sq. km. It also includes a black population. That is only 1 of 24 sitios the Anishinabek and blacks have in Coahuila. During the Mexican Revolution the black Indians joined President Carranza and both made a terrible mistake. Anishinabe leaders forced most of the blacks of Coahuila to migrate with them to the south of Mexico. That is why few blacks live in Coahuila now. The United States obviously forced many of the black Indians of Coahuila, to relocate to Texas during the Mexican Revolution. That is one reason why the black Indians migrated to the south of Mexico. Coahuila has a total of 38 sitios or municipalities. Yet the Anishinabek probably own most of Coahuila.



Names of some of the Anishinabe leaders who possibly received the sitios are chief Papicua (Kickapoo) and chief Wild Cat (Seminole). A Potawatomi leader had to have been involved since the Potawatomi migrated to northern Mexico as well. The Chippewa's were already in northern Mexico long before the arrival of the other Anishinabek. It is documented by chief Papicoano that Mexico set aside 8 sitios in Coahuila for the Anishinabek and also 8 sitios in Durango. According to chief Papicoano, the Anishinabek were set aside an equal amount of land in both Durango and Coahuila, or 24 sitios in each Mexican State. Chief Papicoano was especially aware of the year 1866. President Juarez, according to chief Papicoano, set aside 8 sitios each for the Kickapoo, Potawatomi, and Seminole. We have, thus, two separate cases of the Chippewa's setting aside sitios for the Anishinabek who were migrating to Mexico at that time (the mid 19th century). Actually it is 3 when including the 1876 land addition.



And all sitios are not of equal size. Some are larger while some are smaller. And within each sitio are smaller communities. The seat of the sitio or municipality, almost always tends to be more prosperous. You can tell by looking at the google earth photos. The smaller communities tend to have many streets which are not paved. Though i am not certain if i am correct about the sitios or municipalities i have included, we have to be cautious. Larger cities (Saltillo and Torreon) must be excluded except those which were important to the Anishinabek which include Monclova, Muzquiz, Sabinas, Zaragoza, and several others in the region where the Anishinabek Nacimiento settlements are located. It was from Durango where the Chippewa's set aside the sitios. Below is information and links to google earth photos of several of these Coahuila communities. A couple are not the seat of the sitio but just small communities.





Click here for a book about the Mexican Kickapoo. It was written by non Indians which means the non Indian side is expressed.




Click here for a map of Coahuila Sitios or Municipalities. You can find each number below on the map.




Anishinabe and black sitios of Coahuila

Population of Nacimiento de los Indios is 419

Population of Nacimiento de los Negros is 253

Both are the Muzquiz sitio or municipality. More information about the Muzquiz sitio is below.




003 Allende Municipality - 76 sq. mi. or 198 sq. km. - Population 22,675

004 Arteaga Municipality - 702 sq. mi. or 1,818 sq. km. - Population 22,544

006 Castanos Municipality - 3,034 sq. mi. or 7,860 sq. mi. - Population 25,892

007 Cuatro Ciénegas Municipality - 3,034 sq. mi. or 7,860 sq. mi. - Population 13,013

008 Escobedo Municipality - 375 sq. mi. or 972 sq. km. - Population 2,901

009 Francisco I. Madero Municipality - 1,905 sq. mi. or 4,934 sq. km. - Population 55,676

010 Frontera Municipality - 195 sq. mi. or 507 sq. km. - Population 75,215

011 General Cepeda Municipality - 1,358 sq. mi. or 3,517 sq. km - Population 11,682

015 Juarez Municipality - 1,147 sq. mi. or 2,971 sq. km. - Population 1,599

016 Lamadrid Municipality - 195 sq. mi. or 507 sq. km. - Population 1,835

018 Morelos Municipality - 234 sq. mi. or 606 sq. km. - Population 8,207

019 Monclova Municipality - 571 sq. mi. or 1,480 sq. km. - Population 216,206

020 Múzquiz Municipality - 3,138 sq. mi. or 8,129 sq. km. - Population 66,834

021 Nadadores Municipality - 322 sq. mi. or 834 sq. km. - Population 6,335

024 Parras Municipality - 3,579 sq. mi. or 9,271 sq. km. - Population 45,401

026 Progreso Municipality - 702 sq. mi. or 1,818 sq. km. - Population 3,473

028 Sabinas Municipality - 905 sq. mi. or 2,345 sq. km. - Population 60,847

031 San Buenaventura Municipality - 1,361 sq. mi. 3,527 sq. km. - Population 22,149

032 San Juan de Sabinas Municipality - 283 sq. mi. 735 sq. km. - Population 41,649

034 Sierra Mojada Municipality - 2,689 sq. mi. or 6,966 sq. km. - Population 6,375

038 Zaragoza Municipality - 3,159 sq. mi. or 8,183 sq. km. - Population 12,702

027 Ramos Arizpe Municipality - 2,048 sq. mi. or 5,306 sq. km. - Population 75,461

029 Sacramento Municipality - 66 sq. mi. or 169 sq. km. - Population 2,314

033 San Pedro Municipality - 3,838 sq. mi. or 9,942 sq. km. - Population 102,650



Total Population is 903,635


Total area is 34,916 sq. mi. or 91,328 sq. km.




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