From the GAFCON website:
"Statement by Archbishop Peter Jensen
General Secretary of GAFCON/FCA
The agonising dispute in the Anglican Communion is not about Bishop Robinson personally. It is true that his consecration as a Bishop seven years ago was one of the flashpoints for a serious re-alignment of the whole Communion. But many things have happened since then. GAFCON is about the future. It is dedicated to the future of a renewed Anglican Communion centred on the orthodox teaching of the Jerusalem Declaration.
7th November 2010 "
Oodles of interest here:
(1) The statement is by the individual, Archbishop Peter Jensen, General Secretary of GAFCON/FCA, not by (say) the GAFCON Primates. (I can think of no reason to think that any other GAFCON/FCA originating statement would be any different).
(2) It is very hard to tell what "a renewed Anglican Communion" looks like when it is also to be "centred on the orthodox teaching of the Jerusalem Declaration." It is inconceivable that the whole of the present Communion will be so centred in the foreseeable future. (Beyond that foreseeable future it might be, e.g. if progressive Anglicanism shrivelled to nothing). Is this a long-term wish, a hope geared towards an unachievable ideal? Or is this an action plan, as implied in the word 'realignment': one day soon the Anglican Communion will be reconstituted in terms of the Jerusalem Declaration (and that will inevitably be a lot smaller than what is currently called the Anglican Communion).
(3) The statement is positive about the future. It is neutral about chronology. Is something about to happen? It's impossible to tell from this statement. I still think the Primates' Meeting in January, 2011 is the event to watch for.