He also says at 43 mins that Bishop Williamson is giving "demonic advice" to priests when he tells SSPX priests to stay put unless they have the financial means to support themselves.
Looks to me like Fr. Pfeiffer is an impossibly difficult man to satisfy. How will the resistance stay together much less ordain priests, and perform confirmations, if even Bishop Williamson is "giving demonic advice"?
Where is the first hand evidence of Fr. Schmitberger saying what is quoted in the title of this thread? Fr. Pfeiffer is hardly an unbiased witness and basement dwellers are famous for taking quotes out of context to justify their nutty positions.
I am curious to know, what you think it looks like,when a priest goes off the deep end? Because even if an Angel appeared from Heaven and told me Pfeiffer was theologically correct, I would still think practically his resistance was a house of cards when he finds Williamson to be a compromiser. How will Pfeiffer get along with anyone if he finds Williamson to be dishing out demonic advice?
It is interesting that the resistance in the UK is spearheaded by former members of the National Front, and the International Third Position, a politically insignificant party that has had a long history of splits, internal rancour, coups and huge financial problems, lawsuits, embezzlement.
If Bishop Fellay is smart he will let those resistance priests go, rid himself of the loonies and watch them split into fragments, exactly like the nine did and the Sedevacantists have. With the SSPX out of the way, they will only have each other to vent their spleens on. It won't take long for them to being attacking (resisting) each other.
You should listen to a recent Dan Carlin podcasts on the Anabaptists of Munster, just Google it. It parallels the resistance very well and you can see all the same sorts of rancour, attack, calumnies, anger coming out.