In a monthly email message to supporters, Bishop Richard Williamson disclosed that he made that observation to Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos (bio - news), the prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy, during a meeting in Rome in August 2000. When Cardinal Castillon Hoyos replied that he and the SSPX leader shared a common faith in the Eucharist and the doctrines of the Catholic Church, Bishop Williamson recalled, he answered that "we do and we don't; mainly we don't."
When is the Vatican going to wake up to the realization that dropping hints hoping that the poor soul severed from the Body of Christ will recognize "who" has "replaced the faith" is an excercise in futility.
They're spiritually gone in the head.
Gotta be as blunt as blunt can be.
Only then does the victim get shaken free from their captor.