Justin Trudeau

Trudeau in 2011, image via Mark Spowart/Bigstock.com

Birth Name: Justin Pierre James Trudeau

Place of Birth: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Date of Birth: December 25, 1971

Ethnicity: French-Canadian (approximately 3/8ths), Scottish, English, as well as distant Irish and Dutch, 1/256th Malaysian, 1/256th Indonesian

Justin Trudeau is a Canadian politician. He is the twenty third Prime Minister of Canada, having been sworn into office on November 4, 2015. He has been Leader of the Liberal Party, since April 14, 2013, and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth, from November 4, 2015 to July 18, 2018. He has been a Member of Parliament for Papineau (QC), since October 14, 2008.

His father, Pierre Trudeau (Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau), from Québec, served as Prime Minister of Canada, from April 20, 1968 to June 4, 1979, and again, from March 3, 1980 to June 30, 1984. His mother, Margaret Joan (Sinclair), from Vancouver, is a writer, actress, photographer, and television personality. His maternal grandfather was Liberal Party politician, and businessperson, James Sinclair. Prime Minister Trudeau is married to television host Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, with whom he has three children.

Prime Minister Trudeau is of approximately three eighths French-Canadian descent. His father was of French-Canadian, some Scottish, distant English, and likely distant Dutch, ancestry. Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal grandfather was a Scottish immigrant, while Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal grandmother was of mostly English and Scottish descent, along with a smaller amount of French, Dutch, and Irish roots, as well as 1/64th Malaysian, and 1/64th Indonesian, ancestry.

Prime Minister Trudeau’s patrilineal line can be traced to Étienne Trudeau/Truteau, who was born, c. 1641, in Ste-Marguerite, La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France, the son of Francois Trudeau/Trudaud/Truteau and Catherine Matinier. Étienne moved to Montréal, Québec, Canada.

Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal five times great-grandmother, Antoinette Clement, was the daughter of a French father and an ethnic Malaysian mother, making Prime Minister Trudeau of 1/256th Malaysian descent. Another of Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal five times great-grandmothers, Anna Francina Carels/Karels, was the daughter of a Dutch father and an ethnic Indonesian mother, making Prime Minister Trudeau of 1/256th Indonesian descent. As such, Prime Minister Trudeau is the first Prime Minister of Canada with documented non-European ancestry. Previous Prime Minister Paul Martin has been said to have distant Métis (First Nations) ancestry, although this has not evidently been verified. Prime Minister Trudeau’s mother traced her Malaysian roots on the CBC series Who Do You Think You Are?

Prime Minister Trudeau’s paternal grandfather was Joseph Charles-Émile Trudeau (the son of Joseph-Louis Trudeau and Marguerite-Malvina Cardinal). Prime Minister Trudeau’s grandfather Joseph was born in Saint-Michel-de-Napierville, Québec. Prime Minister Trudeau’s great-grandfather Joseph-Louis was the son of Louis Trudeau and Marie-Louise Dupuis. Prime Minister Trudeau’s great-grandmother Marguerite was the daughter of Marc-Solime Cardinal and Marguerite Surprenant dite Lafontaine. Prime Minister Trudeau’s paternal grandfather was of French-Canadian descent, with distant English roots.

Prime Minister Trudeau’s paternal grandmother was Mary Agnes Emilia Grace Elliott (the daughter of Phillip Armstrong Elliott and Sarah Rebecca Sauvé). Prime Minister Trudeau’s paternal grandmother Grace was born in Montréal, Québec, and was of approximately one half French-Canadian descent, with her other roots being Scottish, and possibly distant Dutch. Phillip was the son of Edward Elliott and Amelia/Emilie Morrisson/Morrison. Sarah was the daughter of Séraphin Sauvé and Agnès Clark.

Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal grandfather was James Sinclair (the son of James George Sinclair and Betsy Ross). Prime Minister Trudeau’s grandfather James was born in Crossroads, Grange, Banffshire, Scotland, and moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, as a small child in 1911. He was a Member of the Canadian Parliament for Vancouver North, and then for Coast—Capilano (BC), comulatively, from March 26, 1940 to March 30, 1958. Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal great-grandfather James was born in Wick, Caithness, Scotland, the son of Francis Sinclair and Isabella Taylor. Betsy was born in Evanton, Ross, Scotland, the daughter of Alexander Ross and Betsy/Betty-Ann Munro.

Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal grandmother was Doris Kathleen Bernard (the daughter of Thomas Kirkpatrick Bernard and Rose Edith Ivens). Prime Minister Trudeau’s grandmother Doris was born in Penticton, British Columbia, Canada. Prime Minister Trudeau’s great-grandfather Thomas was born in Macassar, Indonesia. His father, Charles Grant Bugden Bernard, was born at Straits Settlements, Singapore, to an Irish-born father and a Scottish-born mother. Thomas’ mother, Annie Oliphant Cornelia Purvis, was born in Batavia, Java, Indonesia, to an English-born mother. Prime Minister Trudeau’s great-grandfather Thomas was a descendant of William Farquhar (1774-1839), a Scottish-born colonial leader of Singapore, who worked for the East India Company.

2008 Toronto International Film Festival - ETalk Party

Justin Trudeau with wife Sophie Grégoire in 2008, photo by Prphotos

Prime Minister Trudeau’s matrilineal great-grandmother Rose Edith Ivens was born in Virden, Manitoba, Canada, the daughter of Charles Howe Ivens, who was from Buckinghamshire, England, and of Julia Webb, who was also English.

Sources: Genealogies of Prime Minister Trudeau – http://www.geni.com

Genealogies of Prime Minister Trudeau’s father – http://www.francogene.com

Genealogy of Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal grandparents, James Sinclair and Doris Kathleen Bernard – http://www.thepeerage.com

Death record of Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal great-grandfather, James George Sinclair – https://www.familysearch.org

Marriage record of Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal great-grandparents, Thomas Kirkpatrick Bernard and Rose Edith Ivens – https://familysearch.org

Prime Minister Trudeau’s maternal great-grandmother, Rose Edith Ivens, on the 1906 Canadian Census – https://familysearch.org

Family history of Prime Minister Trudeau’s mother on Who Do You Think You Are?, 2008 – http://www.cbc.ca

Mention of Prime Minister Trudeau’s Irish ancestry – https://blog.findmypast.co.uk

31 Responses

  1. Lurker says:

    I am unsure about the minor Singaporean ancestry, but I assume that the OP conflated his Malaccan ancestry with the former?

    Either way, given that Trudeau’s French-Malaccan great-great-great-great-great grandmother Antoinette “Nonya” (or “Nonio”) Clément (1780-1852) was herself the granddaughter of the Malaccan Sultan of Johor (likely Mahmud Shah III of Johor, 1756–1811; ruled from 1770-1811) and an Aboriginal Malay concubine (the daughter of some Aboriginal Malay chieftain) through her Malaccan mother (a native princess of lower pedigree) ‘s blood, it may strongly infers that Trudeau might have some far-flung Pan-Asian and Eurasian ancestry too, given that the Dynasty of Malacca-Johor – same as an exclusive majority of the Malaccans and most modern Malays – descends from a mahogany of seafaring populations sailing forth from all over the mainland coasts of the Indian Ocean (Hindus, Khmer-Mong, Persians, Arabians, Chinese and Javanese mariners; even plausibly East African mariners too, although the latter influence remains severely understudied by both historical and genetic researchers) admixtured along the Aboriginal Malays.

    The Sultans of Johor and their sovereign state, the Old Johor Sultanate (1528-1855) succeeded to the older royal dynasty that ruled over the Malacca Sultanate, from 1400 to 1511. The royal house itself was an Islamicized branch of the royal dynasty of the Kingdom of Singapura who preceded the Sultanate (1299-1398) , which in its turn, was originally one of the many successor petty realms that rose from the crumbling Srivijaya Empire of Sumatra (circa 650 CE-1270) – empire that has plausibly been founded around the mid-7th century by a prince native from the Minanga Tamwan highlands, mountainous heartland of the ancient Melayu/Jambi Kingdom (ancestral birthland of the Malay race) – and founded by South Indian Chola and Javanese Majahapit invaders and Riau Islander pirates who likely wounded up to intermarry along the daughters from both the local Aboriginal Malay chieftainships and Indo-Malay thalassocrat kingships. The leader of those raiders was a Srivijaya prince of Palembang named Sang Nila Utama or Sri Tri Buana (or Sultan Parameswara) , who made a military alliance in 1290 with the widowed Queen of Bintan Parameswari Iskandar Shah – wife of Iskandar Shah – and later married her daughter Wan Sendari puteri Demang Lebar Daun or Wan Sri Bini.
    Sri Tri Buana’s father, Sang Sapurba or Sri Nila Pahlawan, was a common ancestor of all the following major extinct and extant ruling dynasties of the Malay world from the 14-15th centuries onward; while Wan Sri Bini descended in maternal line from a dynasty of Rajas and Queens of Bintan whose ancestry can be traced back directly to the Raja Ishar Shah of Bintan, son of the widowed Queen Ratu Permaisuri Iskandar Shah and the first Muslim Sultan of Bintan, Iskandar Shah.

    Both the royal families of Panembang and Bintan, whose union and progeny founded the Singapura-Temasek dynasty from which the Malacca-Johor Sultanate dynasty succeeds, shared altogether a common set of ancestral pedigrees that can be traced back to a multitude of older Hindu-Indianized South-East Asian and foreign lineages of various religious creeds and ethnicities, dating back much respectively from:

    1) 7th century CE Dapunta Hyang Sri Jayanasa, first Maharaja (Emperor) of Srivijaya, who originated himself from the Melayu Kingdom whose royal house descended from both the rulers of the Hindu-Indianized Kingdom of Kutai at Borneo (399 CE–1635) and the rulers of the Javanese Salakanagara “Silver Nation” (known by the ancient Romans and Greeks under the name of Argyve Chora “Silver Nation”) who thrived on Western Java from 130 CE to 362 CE;

    2) The royal family of the Shunga Kingdom (184 BCE–75 BCE) of Northwest India, Bangladesh, and Nepal, whose nation and its rulers were a direct successor-state to the Mauryan Empire and dynasty (322 BCE – 184 BCE) . The rulers of the ancient Malay kingdom of Kutai were said to possess ancestral connections with the royal family of the Javanese kingdom of Salakanagara whose founder, a 2nd century CE Indian ambassador sent at Java-dwipa for strengthening their trading relationships with the Indian mainland named Dewawarman I, was said to be a Shunga prince;

    3) Emperor Xuanzong of Tang, or Emperor Li Yi (810-859 CE; reigned from 846-59) , Emperor during the latter part in the history the Chinese Tang Empire (618–690 CE, interregnum from 690 to 705 CE, 705–907 CE) . Some of his progeny contracted political marriages within the royal dynasty of the Kutai Martadipura Kingdom (399–1635) in the mid-9th century, much likely for strategically expanding Chinese geopolitical and commercial interests in South-East Asia;

    4) the Shang (circa 1600 BC – circa 1046 BC) , Zhou (circa  1046 BC – 256 BC) , Qin (221 BC–206 BC) and Han (202 BC – 9 AD; 25–220 AD) Dynasties of China, direct ancestors to the latter Tang Dynasty;

    5) Tarim Basin Tocharians or “Western Barbarians / Western Warlike people” / Xirong, a Caucasian looking population of Indo-Iranian (Indo-European) speaking nomads who settled into the Tarim Basin, at Khorasan (Central Asia) during the 2nd and 1st millenium BCE, absorbing the older Dravidian looking, Neolithic Indus Valley Farmer / N.I.V.F.-descended nomadic herder populations who settled into the region and other parts of Inner Asia one millennia earlier (and whom the Louyan mummy hailed from) . During the Bronze Age collapse of 11th century BCE, they migrated eastward into the Zhōngyuán – or Central Plains, cradle of the Sinatic civilization – and battled the ethnically Huaxia (ancient Han) Shang overlords so-calledly under divine retribution according the Chinese annals, after the latter’s corruption, luxury and social stagnation has drawn the ire of Heaven. Their recurrent admixture with the Shang prior and after their defeat birthed the Zhou Dynasty;

    6) Huaxia / Han people: autochthonous ethnic group of Sino-Tibetan language native from the Pamirs then latter the Central Plains of Northwest China. They are the ethnic secondary ancestors of all of the major Malay royal houses via intermariages between the Tang and the royal house of Kutai in mid-9th century;

    7) Qiang people (Antiquity) : ancient autochthonous ethnic group of dark skinned priest-rulers and peasants of Tibeto-Burman origin and speech, and mixed Indo-Austronesian and Tibeto-Burman stock native from the Myanmar, Southwest China and the Pamirs. The Shang Dynasty descended directly from the former’s interactions with the agrarian Bronze Age culture of the Central Plains.
    The Tangut people of the Tang period, the Tang, Sung and Yuan dynasties, as well as the modern Qiang people and Tibetans may all descends from the ancient people. They are therefore the distant ancestors of all of the major royal houses of the Malay world, once again via intermariages between the Tang and Kutai in mid-9th century;

    8) Rajendra Chola I, or Rajendra the Great (January 9th 969 AD-1044; reigned from 1012–1044 CE) , alias Raja Aftab ul-Ardl Sri Nila Pahlawan, Sri Maharaja Sang Sapurba or Maharaja Jawaka Rajendra Chola by the Malays (or again Maharaja Suran) Maharaja Srimant Trailokyaraja Mauli Bhushana Varma Deva-Imbang Jaya) . A Tamil ruler of the Chola Empire (4th century BCE–1279 CE) and historical Imperial Chola Dynasty (4th century CE-1279) . He was the son of Rajaraja I or Rajaraja the Great, born Arulmoli Varman (reigned circa 947-1014 CE; reigned from 985–1014 CE) and known by the Malay Annals under the legendary name of Raja Suran of Amdan (a town located in the present-day state of West Bengal, India) , and Queen Vanavan Mahadevi alias Tribhuvana Mahadevi, or Tuan Putri Mahtab ul-Bahri alias by the Malays. His mother was said by the Malay Annals to be originally a Malay princess native from a land named Aftab ul-Ardl, daughter of Raja Aftab ul-Ardl– it is possible that this far-flung realm of Aftab ul-Ardl was an Malay-icized iteration for ‘Aftab al-Ardh’ “the Land facing the Sun; Land past south of the Equator, Southern Land” , a poor Arabic transliteration for Sunda Kelapa ‘Coconut of Sunda, Bright Coconut, Shining Coconut, Prosperous Coconut” , ancient name of the oldest-known settlement for Jakarta (397–1527 CE) : capital city of the Sunda Kingdom of West Java (669–1579 CE) , which make of Rajendra possessing from his maternal line ancestral connections to the Argyve Chora, the Shugga Empire, the Mauryan Dynasty, and conversely all of the aforementioned major royal houses of the pre-Islamic Malay world.
    Rajendra expanded through military conquests, naval excursions and political marriages the Chola Empire through a major extent of the Indian subcontinent save northwest India, over Ceylon (Sri Lanka) , the entirety of South-East Asia (including present-day Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia and Vietnam) — thus subjugating both the Malay world and Siamese world at once, and even established dominion as far as into the Shenzi/Zanj-infeoded Maldives Islands, in periphery of the thalassocrat African civilization of the Zanj States or Shenzi Empire (an imperial commonwealth which encompassed a multitude of independent emporiums and Sultanates all over the Swahili coast all regented by the Kilwa Sultanate; the Comores, the coasts of northwest Madagascar, the Seychelles, the Mauritius Islands, the hinterland of present-day Kenya and Tanzania; the fiefships of the Cafres of the Malawi region, of the Lunda Empire, and of the Shona and Kalanga peoples from the soon-to-come Kingdom of Mapungubwe that has yet to be founded later in the same century; and at last the Chwezi Dynasty of the Kitara Empire in Central Africa, seat of the imperial and spiritual powers) , with possibly or not funded the settlement of some naval expeditions to conquer some of the Hindu-Indianized and Buddhist kingdoms and plutocraties of the Philippines, where many direct part-Malay descendants of the Cholas may be still found amongst the higher classes. He is considered to this day in Asian countries as one of the greatest conquerors in the history of the Orient.
    After the Chola naval military expedition at Srivijaya in 1025 CE was deemed successful, he spoused a daughter of the Raja of Palembang. All of the succeeding Maharaja of Palembang, Bintan and later all of the major royal houses of the Malay world from the 11 to 13th centuries onward descends from his union with the Malay princess he made Queen. Cholan dominion over the Malay world would last until 1070 CE;

    9) Rajaraja I or Rajaraja the Great, born Arulmoli Varman (reigned circa 947-1014 CE; reigned from 985–1014 CE) and known by the Malay Annals under the legendary name of Raja Suran of Amdan, alias Raja Langkasuka Raja Suran Raja Tersi Perderas, Maharaja Malayu I.
    According the Malay Annals, the Cholan Emperor had three wives, all of foreign origin: I) his main wife and regnant Queen, curiously was NOT Rajendra’s mother Queen Vanavan Mahadevi, but a mysterious foreign princess native from a far-flung country who was remembered by the Malay Annals under the name of Tuan Putri Zaris, putative niece of the legendary Shah Johan– better known by the Christendom under the name of Priester John, the mystical Abyssinian emperor of many fabled legends. ‘Tuan Putri’ is a Malay regnal title which can be translated to “Lady” or “Her Lady, Princess” , while Zaris can refer to the country or realm of origin of the African princess who spoused the Cholan emperor. Zaris could either refer to the Hindi word Jaree (जारी) “continuing, current, ongoing; in force– running”, borrowed from the Persian jārī (جاری) for “flowing, running; current (as of now) ; current, prevailing, now-dominant” , and derivates from the Arabic jāra (جار) “to deviate, to stray; to commit an outrage, to wrong, to persecute, to oppress, to tyrannize; to encroach, to make inroads” ; or may derivate from the Swahili word nzari / zari ” golden embroidery thread” or zara “to shine; to flower” . Conversely, given that the Malay Annals has been composed sometime between the 15th and 16th centuries, it is very likely that the African country of Zaris referred directly to the contemporeanous Kingdom of Anzicana (1300s CE-1885) , otherwise known under the different denominations of Nzadi, Nzairri or “Zaire” by the Portugese. The Ngala-dominated Central African state was a direct successor-state to the former Chwezi-dominated Shenzi-Kitara world-order (630s CE-890 CE; 10th-11th centuries-1090s CE; 1195 CE-1305) and occupied much of the same territory and fiefships at the zenith of its history and more, including parts of present-day Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, the Bamun Kingdom and other areas of Cameroon, southwest Nigeria, the whole of Central Southeast Africa, territories north of the Bangui river, and some areas of South Sudan.
    If the Malay historians in 15th to 16th centuries conflated the Ngala world-order with the older Chwezi world-order, it may explains why the Tuan Putri Zaris, in lieu of being explicitly mentioned as a full-blooded Abyssinian princess from the direct dynastic lineage of Priester John/Shah Johan alias the Aksumite and Zagwe Dynasties, was instead mentioned to be a collateral representative of Abyssinian royalty native from the region that 16th century European travellers and mappers would name alternatively “Lower Ethiopia” , “Zaire” , “Malema” and its East African neighboring regions “Zanguebar” and “Mozambique” , and thus a princess of mixed Abyssinian-Chwezi descent – as the Zagwe Dynasty, under the rule of the famed Abyssinian Empress Gudit (890s-930 to 960 CE) briefly occupied the Kitara Empire and the remainder of the Shenzi Empire, and had her daughter rule as co-Governor over the annexed region; the latter’s descendants sooner wounded up intermarrying within Chwezi royalty following the decline of Zagwe dominion in Central Africa.
    The Malay Annals infers that the descent of Suran / Rajaraja via his African first wife wounded up to overwrite over the descents from the two latter wives over the Malay world. So to speak, an exclusive majority of the rulings heads of the Malay that were contemporaneous to the founders of the Singapura-Temasek Kingdom (including the said founding parties in matter) all descended in direct line from the Afro-Cholan-Malay component of Rajaraja’s descent in Malaysia and Indonesia.
    II) The second wife was remembered under the name of Tuan Putri Onang-kiu, daughter of Raja Onang-kiu. The Onang-kiu was simply another name for the Sri Vijaya Kingdom, which made of Raja Onang-kiu a contemporaneous king of the Sri Vijaya. She had one daughter.
    III) At last, there has of course the Sundalese-born Queen Vanavan Mahadevi alias Tribhuvana Mahadevi, or Tuan Putri Mahtab ul-Bahri alias– mother of Rajendra I;

    10) Rajadhiraja Chola was an emperor of the Chola (regent from 1018-1044; reigned from 1044 C.E. – 1052 C.E.) . He was said in Indian history that he was Rajendra I’s son, but the Malay annals rather considers that Sri Paludatani, Raja of Amdan alias Adiraja Ram, Pandeng, was rather his half-brother, mothered by Rajaraja I’s first wife Tuan Petri Zaris;

    11) Pallava Empire (275 CE–897 CE) , an Indian kingdom whose the Cholas possesses some interconnections;

    12) The Indo-Parthian Kingdom (19–226 CE) , an Indo-Iranian kingdom whose the Cholas possess some interconnections;

    13) The Sassanian Dynasty of Persia (224–651 CE) , last pre-Islamic dynasty of Persia whose all of the major royal houses of the Malay world possesses sone ancestral interconnections via the dynasty themself, the Indo-Parthians, the Cholas, the Exilarchate of Kerala, the Exilarchate of Babylon, and the Tang, (as well as putatively speaking from the Zagwe and the Chwezi too via their interconnections with pre-Islamic Himyarite royalty and 9th-10th century Georgian Bagratid aristocracy) ;

    14) the Exilarchate of Kerala (Mizrahi Jews and Cochin Jews) has intermarried with the Chola Dynasty up from the 4th to 12th century CE;

    15) the Exilarchate of Babylon (Mizrahi Jews) , from which the Cochin Jews and the Cholan kings descends from;

    16) Arsacid Dynasty of Parthia (247 BC-224 AD) whose the Malay kings possesses some ancestral interconnections via the Exilarchate of Kerala, the Indo-Parthians, the Pallavas, the Mauryans, the Sassanians, and the Tang (with and prior Sassanian admixture) ; and putatively from the Zagwe and Chwezi too. Islamic Malay rulers used legendary accounts of their far-flung Parthian ancestry, and apocryphal legends about the founder of the dynasty, Arcases I, being an illegitimate male-line great-grandson of the Macedonian Argive king and conqueror Alexander III (356 BCE –323 BCE; reigned from 336 BCE-323 BCE) and an “Amazonian” Parthian Achemenid princess, conflated later by Islamic writers with the marriage of the Hellenic king with the Bactrian Achemenid noblewoman Roxana in their pseudohistoriography of Iksandar, to claim direct ancestry from the conqueror – perceived as a noble hero in Islamic faith and literature – rather than from their “heathen” ancestors;

    17) All Hellenistic dynasties (323 BCE-3rd century BCE to 1st century BCE) , via too many interconnections to take account;

    18) Achaemenid Dynasty (550 BC–330 BC) , via too many interconnections to take account;

    19) All ruling dynasties of the ancient Near East (3000 BCE-500s CE) , via too many interconnections to take account;

    20) All of the 30 Dynasties of Pharaonic Egypt (circa 3100 BCE-342 BCE) via too many interconnections to take account;

    21) the indigenous dynasty of anti-kings of Egypt (336-315 BCE; 205BCE-86BCE) via Ptolemaic Greek Egyptian Queen Cleopatra VII (69 BCE-30 BCE; reigned from 51-30 BCE) and too many later interconnections by descent to take account for;

    22) Kushite Royalty (around 4th millenium BCE to 2400 BCE-340 CE) , via too many interconnections to take account for;

    23) The Barcaid of Carthage (7th century BCE-2nd century BCE) via too many interconnections to take account for;

    24) Numidian Royalty (11th to 7th century century BCE-44 CE) via too many interconnections to take accout for;

    25) Battiatid Dynasty of Cyrene (631 BCE-460 BCE) via intermariages with the Barcaids, Numidians and Pharaohs; and latter interconnections by descent which are too many to take account for;

    26) Julius Gaius Caesar (100 BCE– BCE) via too many interconnections to take account for;

    27) The Julio-Claudian dynasty (27 BCE-68 CE) via too many interconnections to take account for;

    28) The Severan dynasty (193-235 CE) via too many interconnections to take account for;

    29) Boudica (30-60 or 61 CE) via the Julio-Claudian Dynasty, and too many later interconnections to take account for;

    30) Pre-Roman and early Roman period Gallic-Brythonic headships (1st millenium BCE-1st century CE) via Boudica, the Julio-Claudian Dynasty, and too many later interconnections to take account for;

    31) Teutonic and Germanic raiders of Britain and Gauls (2nd century BCE) via Pre-Roman and early Roman period Gallic-Brythonic headships, Boudica, the Julio-Claudian Dynasty, and too many later interconnections to take account for;

    32) Ionian Greeks (1400 BCE to 1st millenium BCE-Roman period) , via too many interconnections to take account for;

    and 33) at last but not the least, the Videha Kingdom of Gangetic Northeast India and the Sindhu Kingdom of the Indus river. Two semi-historical Vedic era Indic realms (1500 BCE-1100 BCE) populated by N.I.V.F. descended populations. They are both considered as the direct ancestors of the Tamils/Dravidians of South India, and thus of the Cholas.

    • Lurker says:

      To make it simple, and also because citing 5,000 years of genealogical background from the Asian component of Trudeau’s ancestral maternal line would be anything short of mind-numbingly redundant, why not replacing the “French-Canadian (approximately 3/8ths), Scottish, English, as well as distant Irish and Dutch, 1/256th Malaysian, 1/256th Indonesian” component by:

      “(Paternal line) French-Canadian (approximatively 3/8ths), Scottish, English, as well as distant Irish and Dutch; (maternal line) English, Scottish, minor amount of French, and 1/256th Malay Royal descent” ??

    • follers says:

      Antoinette was 24 years younger than her grandfather?

    • Oaken05 says:

      Completely unnecessary.

  2. jonasbttencourt says:

    His looks gotta be the only reason why he has a career lol, somehow he wins every election, guess people think its a beauty contest hahahah… And he looks french, but i can see the other ethn in him too, and no first nations?

    • muricansareallmutts says:

      Lol not for sure that’s your idea
      For me European he’s a ethnic slav, a gypsy ’cause gypsies have his features.
      Not handsome lol not for us Europeans.

      Different to our own European.
      Match zero to our.

      • italiano90 says:

        This is probably one of the most bizarre comments I’ve read here. There is nothing ethnic about his features. You even mentioned that his wife and kids have african noses…..you’re clearly a troll.

        • andrew says:

          Weirdos brigade in on fire.

        • Kronos says:

          “muricansareallmutts” of course is talking non-sense. Slandering Slavs first of all, and Trudeau has no Gypsy DNA in him, which means he does not look Gypsy. “muricansareallmutts” has low IQ you have to excuse him, but your are on the same level it appears XD.

          I do wonder what “There is nothing ethnic about his features” means though XD. Every human on this earth is of an ETHNICITY. Then we also have those of MIXED ethnicity, just as in the case of the prime minister of Canada called Justin Trudeau. He is a non-homogeneous person just as the majority in the Americas ARE. Did not knew he had some non-European DNA in him though until i read this page, but it comes not as a surprise after all.

    • Lurker says:

      Nothing new about the conflation between democratic elections and beauty contests in contemporary history. J.F.K. became president of the United States partly because of his seductive charm and good looks. So does Barack Obama.

      This mentality does applies even in monarchy. Before that the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Williams’s aristocratic womanizer looks began to fade, the popular opinion all over the Commonwealth wished that he become the foremost in line of succession of the British Crown rather than his father the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, simply because he inherited his mother late Lady Diana’s and maternal grandparents’ good looks, rather than his father’s looks. And when he started to age, everyone’s opinion suddenly shifted in favor of the ex-Duke of Sussex Prince Harry rather than the eldest brother (who is still nicknamed to this day “His Royal Handsome-ness” by British tabloid medias) simply because he still got hair.

      Charismatic leaders who happens to be, in addition, advantaged by their good looking face and physical apparence all possesses more cards to play between their hands than their political rivals. It is most likely as old, if not even older than Civilization itself. Humans are social animals, after all.

  3. muricansareallmutts says:

    Me as a European from Europe I tell to you muricans and Canadians that he’s exotic he has a strong non white root his features saying it whatta super thick brows, whatta semitic nose, here in Europe he can looks a gypsy surely a ethnic Eastern European.
    His wife and kids are ethnic too they have almond shaped eyes and African nose.

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