I have kept well clear of the confrontation between bishops and priests of the SSPX. I did so because I am not informed, not privy to the details or personalities involved. I am not competant to judge what is true or what is false, what is right or what is wrong between the two sides.
To give Cassini credit the above is fair comment as the Irish have tended to avoided the internal politics of the SSPX. By no means a turning a blind eye but didn't trouble themselves too much in 'El Krahgate', a Bishop getting booted out, the new direction etc etc. A few here and there have said Max who but by and large it has been business as usual. Nothing to see here.
Now, folk have been forced to act and are either for an agreement or remain faithful to Archbishop Lefebvre.
I accept it is sad for Bishop Fellay and his gang to have sold Archbishop Lefebvre down the river but it is reality. They are traitors and I actually agree with Bishop Williamson in calling the rats in Menzingen, the rats that they are. Liberals.