Odd thing to say out of the blue, but it feels necessary, especially in light of recent comments.
The only reason the latin mass still exists to this day is because a bishop and his priests defied the Vatican, which clearly hoped to completely wipe out the mass completely.
The FSSP only exists because the SSPX made it clear they would not go along with their own slow-burn extinction. They came into existence the precise moment Lefebvre made it nearly impossible to wait them out.
Even the FSSP was formed with the hope that the hunger for the latin mass - and indeed, anything actually Catholic - was a phase that could be waited out. That no longer looks like the case, and so Francis is being persuaded to act accordingly.
Now, here's something to ask yourself.
What if the fundamental position of the SSPX is correct? What if it extends not only to the latin mass, but to morals and teachings already established by the church?
What if more and more Catholics started to act accordingly, and when priests, bishops and cardinals demanded "loyalty" whenever attempts were made to undermine and harm these things, they were told off by not just the laity, but many of the clergy?