Word has it from Jim Naughton, over at Daily Episcopalian, that a number of realignment folk have gathered in Dar Es Salaam, a venue that few of them, I suspect, ever envisioned visiting prior to the Primates Meeting.
Jim raises an interesting question: "I wonder if they are aware that their presence in Tanzania, like their presence in Northern Ireland, convey to the rest of the world that they don't trust Peter Akinola, Bernard Malango, Gregory Venables et. al. to manage on thier own?" I second that question, and raise it one: does their presence in Tanzania signal what we already suspected, that Archbishops Akinola, Malango and Venalbes, et. al. are being manipulated, i.e., handled?
May they all sit in their hotel and talk on their cell phones and manage and manipulate and cajole and dicker. Let it all go. "Let the evildoer still do evil, and the filthy still be filthy, and the righteous still do right, and the holy still be holy." (Rev 22:11 RSV)
God will sort it out in the end. And, by the way, I am not placing my bets on the strategists of exclusion.