Concerning CMM's last assertion from the quote, that there is no way to know the hearts of the last four, it is positively clear that the law presumes guilt on behalf of the offenders, and that among those who persist in communicatio in sacris, there can be no question that they are ipso facto excommunicated.
Popes are above the Law as they are the Lawmakers. Canon law can hold nothing on them since Canon law derives all authority from St. Peter's. As My Catholic Faith
catechism states: The Pope is responsible to God alone.
The Pope is not above Divine Law however.
With that said, if, however, the valid[ity] of form for the NOM was in fact the crux of the matter as CMM suggests
No! That is not what I suggest at all. The validity of the Latin missal is impossible to doubt. It is its orthodoxy and Catholicity, it's "doctrinal exactitude" as the so-called 1984 Indult called it. It's orthodoxy alone is what I doubt.
The past two sitting in St. Peter's chair, so to speak, including the present one, have excommunicated virtually no one for heresy, even concerning the heretics teaching seminaries, at a time when there is and has been more heresy than ever before. They have hidden pedophiles, they have engaged in false ecumenism, et al. Look at the signs.
Oddly enough they have excommunicated women for "ordinations".
Though, if I were compelled to argue on validity, strictly based on the form of the "promulgation", I would say that since exactly the same form used by PVI was used by St. P. V. to ensure validity, and that, since there has been absolute moral unanimity among those of the hierarchy of the Novus Ordo Church who wear red concerning the subject, there can be absolutely no doubt that, if P. VI were a valid pope, the NOM would be a valid missal,..
Ah. But Cardinals Bacci and Ottaviani publically doubted the missal's orthodoxy and Catholicity with others of high Office as well. Cardinal Bacci never retracted it and Cardinal Ottaviani's retraction is reasonibly doubtful, likely got by fraud.
While calling the NOM and VII heretical in any way is not allowed here
Who said? Do the rules of this forum state this, if so where?
Would a God who St. John tells us IS love, allow the very Church He founded and promised to be with till the end of time, promulgate an EVIL rite of Mass?
Well, since our present Holy Father is clear that it is not a rite but only a form or missal, I will say, no
? Where has the Church
promulgated it either? From what I can see the Church refuses to even accept it for the most part in her members, both traditionals and liberals at least in practice if not in principle.