Beyond the interview with Card. Canizares, Andrea Tornielli added a rather explosive entry to his blog: The Liturgy and Traditionalist Protestantism. (My translation.)
Let’s just say it: many (or some, or few, you decide) traditionalists do not love Pope Benedict’s hermeneutic of continuity, because, basically, they hold that the Council should be abolished. Because they hold that the liturgical reform should be completely abolished. They come to say that it is necessary that Rome be reconciled with Tradition. But what Tradition? The one they decide. Tradition has always been living, and as Christianty is constitutively an event which enters into history – God who becomes flesh, dies on the Cross for our sins and rises, opening for us the doors of Paradise and promising us one hundred fold here below. The Church updates herself, lives the challenges of time. She seeks to present perennial truths in a suitable manner.
Look, I fear that a certain traditionalism could really slide into the exact opposite, Protestantism. Or better, Gallicanism. Who gives the right to this or that traditionalist to say: “this is Tradition, Rome is getting it wrong”? Who gives them the authority to decide? Traditionalism, is not the Magisterium. Who gives the the right to throw Vatican II into the sea, sometimes with derision and distain? Perhaps recourse to the authority of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre (may he rest in peace), presented now in a hagiographical way, as a holy father of the Church?