Are you made of the stuff that grand tuftis are made of?
Well test yourself by giving the readers of OCICBW... a good reason why the following, taken from the minutes of a recent meeting of The Anglican Consultative Council Standing Committee, is not a load of bollocks:
There was an opportunity for members of the Committee to express their views and ask questions about the decision to remove or alter the status of members from one province serving on the Anglican Communion’s ecumenical dialogues and IASCUFO. The Archbishop of Canterbury and Secretary General Kenneth Kearon explained the rationale behind this decision. In particular the Committee was assured that the Archbishop had not acted unilaterally but with the support of the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion; that they had acted within their powers; and that the action had not been punitive in intention. Rather it had been taken—following the breaking of the agreed moratoria—in response to the needs of the Communion in respect to ecumenical dialogues and faith and order bodies. Committee members were told that other Provinces were under consideration.
In particular, you must show how...
".. the action had not been punitive in intention. Rather it had been taken—following the breaking of the agreed moratoria..."
... makes any sense, whatsoever.
Good luck, And remember to speak very slowly through your beard, with your head tipped slightly forward in pensive fashion, so that us mere mortals can appreciate how clever you are.