The role of a constitutional monarch is to personify the democratic state, to legitimate authority, to assure the legality of its measures and to guarantee the execution of its popular will.
– Queen Elizabeth II on a visit to Canada in 1964.
Eight years after those words, in 1972, she signed the European Communities Act 1972 in an attempt to legitimise Prime Minister Heath’s treachery and Parliament accepted the superiority of European law within Great Britain over our own statutes. Heath earlier had been warned by Lord Wilberforce that the signing of the Treaty of Accession to the Treaty of Rome, together with the recognition of the superiority of the European Court of Justice to our own system of appeal, would mean a total loss of Sovereignty. Heath went ahead and signed the Treaty which, in reality, is an article of capitulation. The Sovereignty of the British People which the Queen embodied – the actual embodiment of which made her our Sovereign – was surrendered to a foreign power. Having surrendered that Sovereignty, in an act of abdication, the Queen ceased to be Sovereign, as had her uncle Edward VIII in 1936 when he abdicated and ceased to be Sovereign and our Constitutional Monarch. Like the concept ‘unique’, a Sovereign either is or isn’t. Elizabeth Windsor cannot be Sovereign while being subject to the government and law of a foreign power. In Edward’s case the Sovereignty moved directly on his abdication to his brother who became our Constitutional Monarch George VI while Edward became the Duke of Windsor. "The King is dead; long live the King.” This ensures the continuity of our Constitutional Monarchical system of government.
Having ceased to be Sovereign, Elizabeth Windsor also ceased to be Queen under our Constitutional Monarchy, as her uncle had ceased to be King. No longer embodying the Sovereignty of the British People, she accepted mediatisation as had many of her German forebears in the 19th.Century when Metternich was constructing the German Federation after the collapse of the Napoleonic Empire in 1815. This left her with a titular role as Queen but without any constitutional or governing power. In this way the loss of our Sovereignty was disguised from the British People in a charade that has been continued to the present day. This charade of normality will continue until some later date, when those who govern us illegally feel it safe to reveal. Lord Falconer, Alderman the Rt.Hon.Sir Gavyn Arthur as Lord Mayor of London, Lord Brittan and many more with authority have said that Parliament is no longer sovereign, and has not been since the signing of ECA1972. This is a tacit admission that, if the Queen is no longer Sovereign in Parliament, she is no longer Sovereign anywhere and has not been Sovereign since she granted the ECA1972 the Royal Assent.
Therefore, as she ceased to be Sovereign in 1972, from that moment she has not had constitutional authority to call a Parliament and thus legitimate its authority to legislate. Indeed all the things that she said she could do in her speech in 1964 she can no longer do. Therefore the thing that has been called "Parliament" since 1972 has had no authority and in fact is not a legal Parliament. It also has not had any constitutional authority to "pass" any of the "legislation" it is said to have passed since ECA1972. In fact we now have no national means at our disposal so to do. As she now no longer embodies the sovereignty of the British People she has nothing to pass on to the rightful Heir to the Throne. The succession to the Throne has been destroyed along with our Constitutional Monarchy.