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Watching the press conference today it was clear that the organizers of Lambeth think that they can solve the Communion's problems by creating yet another of their Little Englands (despite the fact they've been warned that the Colonial Days Are Over) - an England where everyone is polite, every one remembers their manners, everyone remembers what Nanny taught them in the Nursery, everyone remembers their station and the rules and are gentlemen and ladies and quite accommodating to English sensibilities, and everyone remembers the British are in charge. After all, what is the sense of being Anglican if one doesn't want to emulate the English! All will be well, all will be solved, let us create a safe space, a Little England and shut out all that dreadful unpleasantness that causes the Locals to riot.
It's almost endearing. Almost. The problem is - we Americans are revolutionaries. We can't help it. It's in our blood - we were never disappointed by despots storming the Bastille and chopping heads off aristocrats and their flunkies. We manage to retain elements of our English forebears who reminded us that manners are helpful and order is necessary, but that is more to be tolerated than embraced. We put cowboys in the Oval. We do stuff and ask questions later.
Watching the Press Conference today was like watching the Old Guard trying to contain a revolution. But revolutions are like tornadoes - and this is an ecclesiastical tornado. Tornadoes are neither contained nor controlled. You learn to watch for them, to learn the signs of their approach - and when they come, you either you find shelter quickly or you run fast.
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