You have misrepresented many things. First, I don't agree with those who say the New Mass is Invalid or is as a Black Mass and have explicitly rejected that in my posts. If you read the book containing the whole text of these exorcisms, you will see it explained in more detail; and Archbishop Lefebvre has often said something very close to it, and Bp. Williamson has expressly stated so many times. "The same thing applies to the Holy Mass. The Mass of Saint Pius V is considered by Those up there (he points upward), by Heaven, to the preferred Mass. But many priests should be told that they have no right to trouble (or upset) people by saying: “If there is no Mass of Saint Pius V, do not go at all... say Mass [prayers] for yourselves at home on your own”. This attitude is not good. In spite of everything, such a priest is not a good pastor (of souls). For we have already said it on a previous occasion: It is a huge loss of graces, it is true, but the New Mass to the degree in which it is celebrated in all good faith and through obedience to the bishop, still brings nevertheless, many graces. Even if it does not have the plenitude of graces of the Mass of Saint Pius V, it brings some graces all the same. If people stay at home and believe that they only have to open up their missals, thus believing themselves to be better and superior to the rest, this is not good. There are also some “traditionalists” who exalt themselves above the modernists. Those up there do not want any of that. That is not the Spirit of On High (he points upward). They think in Heaven that this smacks of phariseeism, and no one has the right to be like that. She makes me say that there are also many “traditionalists” who are full of themselves... We do not wish to speak any more! ... I have to say this also: they are defrauded of Christ and of the fullness of the graces, it is true, but certain graces are still attached to it. Especially when good Christians, of deep faith, go to Mass and Communion full of devotion, with the intention of receiving Christ, then Heaven is fair enough not to say simply: “Because the priest is not doing things properly, there will be no graces here!” Those people nevertheless do receive certain graces ... If the people have the opportunity of going to a Mass of Saint Pius V, then Heaven prefers that, very much so. But if there is no other possibility, they may go to another Mass. After the Mass of Saint Pius V in Latin, the Tridentine Mass in the vernacular comes in second place, provided that it comprises the totality of the words of the Tridentine Mass as far as this is possible. Only after these, in third place, comes the New Mass. But those people, if they do not know these things and are of good faith, nevertheless fulfill their duty to the Lord, in so far as that is their intention."
Archbishop Lefebvre: "Make every effort to have the Mass of St. Pius V, but if it is impossible to find one within forty kilometers and if there is a pious priest who says the New Mass in as traditional a way as possible, it is good for you to assist at it to fulfill your Sunday obligation ... Should all the world’s churches be emptied? I do not feel brave enough to say such a thing. I don’t want to encourage atheism." http://sspx.org/en/what-archbishop-lefebvre-said-about-new-mass
And Bishop Williamson: "While the new religion is false, is dangerous, and it strangles grace, and it’s helping many people to lose the faith, at the same time there are cases where it can be used and is used to build the faith ... Therefore there are cases when even the Novus Ordo Mass can be attended with an effect of building one’s faith instead of losing it ... Stay away from the Novus Ordo [in general] But exceptionally, if you’re watching and praying, even there you may find the grace of God. If you do, make use of it in order to sanctify your soul.”
Lastly, as some of Rome's own canon lawyers admitted, The Dean of the Faculty of Canon Law of the Catholic Institute of Paris, Fr. Patrick Valdrini, confirmed that “it is not the consecration of a bishop that creates a schism; what consummates the schism is to confer upon that bishop an apostolic mission” ... Finally, on January 21, 2009, a decree of the Congregation for Bishops, signed by its Prefect, Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re, based on the faculties expressly granted by Pope Benedict XVI, declared the decree of July 1, 1988, to be deprived of any juridical effect. (Valeurs Actuelles, July 4, 1988). https://fsspx.org/en/sspx%E2%80%99s-bishops Archbishop Lefebvre knew this, that's why he specially told the Bishops he consecrated that he was not conferring a mission or ordinary jurisdiction upon them, as only the Pope could do that. So, Rome's own canon lawyers admitted such an intent changes things. Later on, the decree was deprived of effect.
Also, I didn't say Ladislaus will be damned or anything like that. I told him the right position is being traditional Catholics in communion.