Skip to comments.Her Majesty The Eurosceptic Queen: EU Courts ‘Denigrate’ Britain By Protecting Terrorists
Posted on 06/23/2016 6:43:26 AM PDT by Mr. Mojo
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II thinks European courts that protect Islamist hate preachers denigrate Britain and has demanded her dinner guests Give me THREE good reasons to remain inside the European Union (EU). The loaded challenge has been widely interpreted as an expression of Euroscepticism since the Royal biographer Robert Lacey made the revelation in a blog post in the Daily Beast.
The EU and the European Court of Human Rights are known for their history of protecting the rights of extremists and blocking deportations.
Last night Breitbart London revealed that Islamist hate preacher, terrorist apologist and Caliphate agitator Anjem Choudary supports Remain because there are certain principles and caveats in EU law that offer recourse to Islamist radicals.
According to Mr. Lacy: We know from another leaked royal conversation that the European Court of Human Rights has annoyed the Queen as much as many Britons.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
Good for the Queen!
I was actually wondering this morning what Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip think about this. However, I’m surprised the Queen said anything in public.
Long Live the Queen!!!!
She hasn't. These reports relate to private dinners and people who have said what was discussed at them, are 'breaking the rules'.
I was just asked what I thought the Queen believed in another thread, and my response is the way I think this type of thing is supposed to be handled.
I have to be careful answering this - I have met the Queen and spoken to her on a number of occasions (I'm friends with two of her sons - having gone to school with the Prince of Wales, and having served alongside the Duke of York). I am not supposed to disclose anything Her Majesty has told me that could be controversial. So I need to make it 100% clear that I have never discussed this issue with the Queen and so cannot disclose anything she has told me.
Having said that, my feeling is that she would be personally supportive of the Leave campaign, on the basis that British sovereignty must remain supreme in the United Kingdom. That is my opinion, not based on anything she or any other member of the Royal family has told me.
There have been some reports in the British press that suggests this is her position as well, but the people who disclosed that information were not following the rules that I actually do do my utmost to respect.
If you are lucky enough to be invited to dine with Her Majesty in a setting that is casual enough for unguarded conversation, you're expected to keep such matters confidential. The people who leaked won't be getting any more invitations. :)
God Save the Queen! Vote for independence today!!
Good for her Majesty. As to Prince Phillip, you would probably receive a very “salty” response.
I agree. He’s a character!
Thanks, that’s very informative. I wonder if Mr. Lacey’s breach of protocol was politically motivated, or simply personal attention-seeking?
I suppose it’s also possible that the Queen is not entirely unhappy at the leak.
Well - you might think that. I could not possibly comment.
Croquet lawns, village greens
Victoria was my queen.
Good on yer, Queenie!! (I love her. She’s a rock.)
I hope the Brits vote overwhelmingly to leave the EU.
I always loved that phrase from the original (and much better) UK version of House of Cards.
Yes - it’s become one of my favourite phrases to use when teaching.
I suspect the Queen is perfectly happy with these “unapproved” leaks.
Thank you for this informative post. The protocol that you describe is a good one.
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