The Reform Treaty - none dare call it treason
But perhaps the most significant aspect the Reform Treaty is that it renders all British subjects real citizens of the new EU state. Certainly, the notion of citizenship was introduced in the Maastricht Treaty of 1992, but it was notional and attached to membership of one of the nation states that constitute the Union. It has had no supranational dimension because the EU did not exist as a corporate legal entity.
The Reform Treaty, however, is a constitution which is separate from and superior to the constitutions of each member state. It codifies a body of law to which each EU citizen shall be subject, and this citizenship shall be imposed and may not be renounced. Yet the treasonable nature of this Treaty has received no scrutiny at all, for it undermines the constitutional position of the Monarch, and renders her impotent to the new suzerain power.
Treason is defined as ‘violation by a subject of allegiance to the sovereign or to the state’. Section Three of the Treason Felony Act of 1848 asserts that condemnation is incurred ‘If any person whatsoever shall, within the United Kingdom or without, compass, imagine, invent, devise or intend to deprive or depose our most gracious Lady the Queen...from the style, honour, or royal name of the imperial crown of the United Kingdom.’
By endowing the EU with legal personality, the Reform Treaty renders Her Majesty subject to a foreign political entity, arraignable in foreign courts, and obliged to obey all past and future judgements. Her role as a constitutional monarch has thereby been annulled: her new status as a citizen of the EU has rendered her, like the rest of the British people, ‘subject to the duties imposed thereby’.
Queen Elizabeth I stated: ‘To no power whatsoever is my crown subject save to that of Christ the King of Kings.’ Queen Elizabeth II may not boast the same, for the EU supplants even Christ in its laws and declarations.
Yet Gordon Brown is a Privy Counsellor, and swore an oath ‘To bear faith and allegiance to the Crown and to defend its jurisdiction and powers against all foreign...persons...or states.’
Is not the Prime MInister guilty of treason?