(They have only recently dug out of their own circumstances involving mass action by worldwide GLs over internal problems themselves, so I'm sure they are reluctant to start yanking recognition of anybody at this point.)
The following message was posted on the GLNF website from MW Grand Master Jean-Pierre Servel:
(Translation thanks to Google and Brother Oscar Alleyne)
My dear and beloved brothers,
Allow me to express my concern about the recent events agitating Freemasonry in the United States. The debates that are taking place now follow discriminatory pronouncements that the Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of Georgia and Tennessee have seen fit to take against homosexuals.
Needless to remember that, like all regular Masons around the world, we have taken the solemn and sacred obligation to faithfully obey the laws of our country.
I can only be shocked by such attitudes.
Beyond the affection and brotherhood that we bring to all our American brothers, I express my full compassion to the suffering that might result from this division of the Brotherhood over such a social issue.
The universal ideals of Freemasonry, made of brotherhood, mutual understanding, intelligence of the heart, must prevail and protect Freemasons from such divisions and positions generated and maintained in the US and elsewhere.
Consequently, I take this issue to our National Council of Elders to gather and submit its opinion of the problem in its entirety at the next Sovereign Grand Committee, which will only propose to the Grand Lodge what attitude to be adopted, and what action we will take in this case.
My sincerest fraternal greetings, my dear and beloved brothers.
Jean-Pierre Servel, Grand Master