Since a certain few members of this forum have seen fit to characterize my objective observations about the non-existence of any formal doctrinal statement against the Faith having become official policy of the SSPX (thereby contradicting the "red light" others have tried to defend on this basis), and attempted to construe this objective observation into "attacking Fr Pfeiffer," a few thoughts seem to be in order:
1) Contra factum non argumentum ("Against a fact there is no argument"): The rejected doctrinal preamble is not official SSPX policy;
2) As Michael Davies used to say, "Facts are neither obedient nor disobedient. They are simply facts." Likewise in the present debate: The fact is that there is no justification to claim a "red light" on the basis of this rejected document;
3) How, then, some can construe making this observation as an attack against Fr. Pfeiffer is revealing about the deficient intellectual horsepower of those people;
4) Alternately, one is tempted to wonder about the motives of those denouncing this objectively veritable observation:
5) Do they even attend an SSPX parish?
6) If not, have they always been hostile to the SSPX, such that they WANT a red light?
7) If they WANT a red light, which means they WANT catastrophe, what does this reveal about the souls of these people who would DESIRE such a situation as would throw up the red light?
8) Has it occurred to these red-lighters that they have formed the same conclusion as the accordistas (i.e., You must leave the chapel)?
9) Interesting that both accordistas and red-lighters want internal resisters gone.
10) So far as I am aware, Fr Pfeiffer is alone in red-lighting the entire SSPX.
11) This position is not shared by Bishop Williamson, or any other resistance priest I am aware of, despite the fact that I was assured by my antagonists that Bishop Williamson was going to announce his red light 2 Eleison Comments ago.
12) Are the French 37 enemies or attackers of Fr Pfeiffer?
13) At the end of the day, I think some people just have an axe to grind, and they end up grinding it on public forums.