In 2009 Interview, Fr. Florian Abrahamowicz Singles out New SSPX Superior as Priest who was "Vehemently Opposed" to Deal with the Conciliar Church. Rejected Idea of Converting Modernists "From Within."


Here is the relevant portion of the Interview between Stephen Heiner and Fr. Fabian Abrahamawitz who was with Fr. Davide Pagliarani in Italy during the early 2000s. The link below gets you to the entire interview on True Restoration.
S.H.: When did you start to have disagreements with Menzingen? Were there other priests who agreed with you? What did they advise?
Fr. A.: My first disagreements with Menzingen began in 2001 when the possibility of a deal with modernist Rome was first raised. At that time I was far from being alone. The prior of Rimini, Fr. Ugo Carandino and Fr. Davide Pagliarani were vehemently opposed to coming to terms with the Rome of the Council. Then there were other priests, seminary directors, professors and priors who opposed these things very explicitly and effectively. Our duty in conscience moved us to declare openly to our superiors that we could not follow in the event of the Society’s cohabiting with the modernist church, governed at the time by John Paul II.
S.H.: What were the disagreements over?
Fr. A. The disagreement was theological, but also entailed pastoral consequences. Modernist Rome does not represent the Catholic Church. There is no call to ask for its acceptance, recognition, understanding, hearing, etc. Our duty is to insist on full catholicity on the part of the person occupying the apostolic see. The idea of playing the role of infiltrators in Modernist Rome so as “later” to convert it “from within” would be a childish illusion. Either the Church is Catholic or it isn’t. The Catholic Church cannot exist inside another church. After all, the Church is not a party or a current of political thought that can be more or less present in other entities.

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  1. There was never a need to "convert Modernists" from within. Trads publicly do their thing within the confines provided. Then, when the Occult Renaissance Church of Rome cracks down you publicly declare "See...We told you so. This is a false Judel-Masonic occult controlling the Church as Our Lady of the Rosary prophesied."

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