I'm trying to keep this on-topic, but I have to wonder if this is not what
happened at Vat.II, that the spirit of the world led the day, and as such,
the same spirit that says homosexuals are peaceful and anyone who
stands in opposition to them are the real 'cause' of the 'problem.'
As you were saying, Tele, liberals and feminist-enablers (liberalism is
essentially a feminizing of the intellect of man, which also means the
masculinization of the intellect of women - who are not normally equipped
to think in that way, it is not their nature) do not see the issue head-on
but make it into a personal one, and end up directing blame back onto
the person who made the complaint.
The Church allowed this to happen because of people saying you must blindly follow someone who is believed to be Pope.
It's very similar to the issue with feminism: if you bring up the problem with feminism the enablers of feminism will blame men for it. It's a way to direct blame back on the person making the complaint.
Applying this principle, the mentality to which I refer in the previous post
would blame the protesters in France for the 'problem' with the Taubira
Just as the liberal-enablers who went along with the changes after Vat.II
would blame the Resistance - such priests as Fr. Gommar de Pauw, ABL or
any of the early sedes who refused from the very start of the Newmass to
have anything to do with it --- that by "blowing the whistle" on the
malefactors, one becomes culpable for the malevolence effected.