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Ponocrates

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More religious and less up-tight. 
A great combination.


Indeed.

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I would oppose such an evil plan with every fiber of my being.


As would I! God Save the Queen of Canada!

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i agree too, whoever wants to abolish the dominion of canada and make it a part of the republican usa would be my bitter enemy. he will have a hard time finding one single monarchist who would support that.

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i agree too, whoever wants to abolish the dominion of canada and make it a part of the republican usa would be my bitter enemy. he will have a hard time finding one single monarchist who would support that.


I don't think even non-monarchist Americans have any wish to run Canada.

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I've wondered sometimes if the Soulouque family has descendants today who might be able to claim the throne.
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According to the Wikipedia biography of Emperor Faustin Soulouque, he and his wife had only one daughter, who had no children herself. Faustin had one brother, who raised a large family of children, and from whom any remaining members of the family might descend.

As mentioned in Ethiomonarchist's earlier post, both Emperor Jacques Dessalines and King Henry Christophe left descendants, who intermarried with prominent Haitian political families. Thus 'Baby Doc' Duvalier's son and daughter, through their mother, descend from King Henry. 

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That's the interesting challenge here- determining if the Solouque bloodline has survived to this day. Neither previous monarchs have direct male-line descendants to my knowledge.
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