The famous MikeO said:
If you believe with utter intellectual sincerity that a "new religion" has been created post-1965 which seeks to systematically eradicate genuine Catholicism, it would be helpful to provide some fairly strong evidence to corrobate as much.
Perhaps your statement was merely rhetorical flourish, but it remains difficult at times to tell. Other self-named traditionalists (Fr. Moderator, the Dimonds, Cekada, and perhaps Drolesky come to mind) formally refer to "Newchurch" and "Newpope" as though the last vestige of Catholic Faith has been utterly excised from the Church. Such an assertion clashes dangerously (if not unquestionably) with the Church's indefectibility.
To which I replied:
Intellectual sincerity? To God alone be the glory, I only have one setting: sincerity.
A case could be made that a new religion was desired: we have a new Mass, a new priesthood (president, friendly guy, facilitator vs. offerer of Sacrifice), new Sacraments, a new language, a new Pentecost (Vatican II vs. the real Pentecost), new philosophy (subjectivism and idealism to replace St. Thomas and Scholasticism), new devotions, new outlook on the world, new outlook on other religions, new outlook on Freemasons/Jews/Communists, new architecture, new emphasis on Scripture, new kind of praying (ad-libbed prayers vs. memorized/set vocal prayers), new attitude toward sin (we must LOVE the sinner, not correct him!), and so forth.
So much was made "new" that there was nothing old left -- except what they were unable to get to.
I don't agree with the Sedes that the Catholic Church is only found where the TLM is said -- that's not true. But the Faith is being lost, slowly but surely, in the Novus Ordo branch of the Catholic Church. Some people are holding on somehow (by God's grace) but ignorance is at record levels, and morals are falling lower every day.