It's really interesting that Bardfinn now claims to be Native American, referring to them as "my people":
also don't talk over Native Americans / use my people as tokens ever again
That's interesting because previously Bardfinn claimed to be Finnish, and claimed that this was the source of the second part his alias, Bardfinn:
You don't know me, but you do, in a way, know me.
Look at the username.
That name? That name is my name. It belongs to me.
I am a Finn.
You are A Finn.
"Disappointed" is the wrong word.
"Inconvenience" is the wrong word.
I can't give your life meaning or purpose. Only One, only Unity, can do that.
You bear my name. I know when and where my name is borne. And when, and where, my name was born. And the face of my father before I was borne.
And I am not ready for it to be borne into the next world.
So … unless you are the deftest-fingered, nimblest-unweaving linesman the world has ever seen, to wind back the cast net of time and untie the web of the weir to let the salmon run free before they cooked in the pot and dropped the three drops on our thumb …
You should resign yourself to living. Because my name will not march unto the shadow this day.
Bardfinn's original surname is Akins (he deadnamed himself in a mainstream article on cryptography so his real name is public/open intelligence, I am not doxxing him by mentioning this) but that doesn't sound Finnish to me, it sounds like an English name. According to Wikipedia it's Scotish, so I was close.
So, is Bardfinn Native-American-Finnish-Scotch? Almost every American is a mutt so who knows. Unlike Elizabeth Warren he never has to provide any evidence for his claim of being Native American, just like he has never provided any evidence for his alleged PhD or his alleged patent.