The City Family believes there needs to be an Indigenous response to the removal of the statue
That will then allow us all as a community to take a next step in terms of a conversation in terms of where the statue and in what context the statue will re-emerge.
Have you ever seen such a gobbledygook group of words?
You'd think someone in Lisa Helps position could learn to string together a comprehensible sentence.
If I am interpreting it correctly;
The City Family unilaterally decided to remove Sir John A, and now they get a chance to respond to what they have done.
Once that is done, then "all of us" (the City Family and Council) will have a "conversation" about how the statue will be re-purposed as a permanent apology for colonization and where it can be semi-hidden from public view.
That conversation won't be broadcast, except for the prepared speeches from council members read verbatim from their laptops.....
We all then get to participate by trying to understand what the council said and what it could possibly mean.