Queen’s jeopardy of the (European) Union

The Monarch has a duty of care towards her subjects and a Treaty obligation to not jeopardise the EU.

By signing the article 50 without any guarantee that the Queen’s Prime Minister May will firstly ensure the continued safety of British citizens in the EU the balance of power has swung. We offer an allegiance to the Monarch in exchange for protection. This protection has been compromised by Her Majesty’s Government action.

The Monarch agreed the text of the treaty (Consolidated versions of the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union) including article 4 which states,
“The Member States shall facilitate the achievement of the Union’s tasks and refrain from any measure which could jeopardise the attainment of the Union’s objectives.”

Article 50 clearly places the objectives of the Union (European) in jeopardy and the Royal assent is the only relevant act that can be said to jeopardise the attainment of the Union’s objectives in any meaningful way at the level of the treaty.

It is a sad day for Britain; the day we started down the path to quit a treaty we agreed to in good faith. All because a minority of nationalists and racists don’t like foreigners.