Apparently, the SSPX teaches that it is a society of priests and brothers under Rome, and that the laity are just sheep without any say because the laity do not belong to the SSPX. Yet, the laity must pay tithes to support the SSPX, and if they do not, then they will not receive any services or sacraments. Furthermore, any SSPX parishes, schools, and/or rectories must be deeded by the laity over to the SSPX who must retain title if any sacraments are desired. Therefore, all this real estate can be sold at any time to benefit the SSPX with the request that the laity must locate and build new churches and buildings if they want to receive any sacraments from the SSPX.
As a result, the society, like parents, do not feel any need to advise the laity, their minor children, of anything they do. After all, the SSPX is a private corporation. Therefore, the SSPX does not have any obligation to reveal any legal agreements with Rome to the laity, and the laity are expected to be silent and obedient, to mind their own business, and not to pry into the dealings of the SSPX.
Yes, the sheep must obediently follow their shepherds and must not question anything, even if they are being led over a cliff.
As a result, those laity who stand up from the crowd and resist will be disciplined and silenced by the SSPX.