Interesting excerpt from "Joseph" on the French Resistance forum [machine translation]:http://resistance.vraiforum.com/t967-Le-profit-de-l-erreur-le-plaisir-de-la-verite.htm
"The second card that the devil offers to the dissatisfied is less noble, but it is psychologically important and explains the defection of those who are dissatisfied but do not want to go any further. This weapon is called "the profit of error".
What is this "profit error"?
It is simply the fact of being in a false or erroneous situation, but to find a profit in it. The devil will be able to present this profit with all the artifices and the best possible appearances, and the deprivation of this profit as an unbearable evil and to be avoided absolutely.
That's what Menzingen understood so well..... a little late.
In 2012/2013, telling the truth was like losing all the profits: trials, expulsions etc... But after Bishop Williamson's exclusion, the neo-FSSPX superiors (and their Roman correspondents) realized that the overly heavy sanctions imposed on the disgruntled were likely to create a global counter-current hostile to the ongoing rally.
Menzingen's policy therefore changed: it was necessary to give a kind of safety valve to the dissatisfied by giving them the possibility (within a certain limit) to express their anger. This is how the dissatisfied were left "the pleasure of the truth". For example, we will tolerate a former dean publishing criticisms about the rallying or other similar things, but we will not touch their "profit".
As for the "profit of error": for the moment most priests of the FSSPX take advantage of this worldwide structure and can be exhilarated by a certain sociological and financial comfort. But what is this profit from error worth in the eyes of God?
This is a serious moral matter, because there is a deception of the faithful. A priest knows that his situation is false because the work in which he finds himself is 70% rallied, but he continues to act as if he remains a priest faithful to the Catholic heritage.
How does God see such priests? Does He look at them with kindness or anger?"