Burn down the disco
You are still confusing things and you keep mentioning The Latin Mass. Huge numbers of parishes have a Latin mass on a Sunday and the pope himself celebrates Latin masses in Rome.
The Latin Mass isn't something the Pope has a problem with nor does Vatican II. What the Pope and Vatican II has a problem with is the Tridentine Mass which isn't just different in that it is in Latin.
I don't know where you're from (your syntax is a bit blah), but in the Anglosphere "Latin Mass" is common shorthand for the "Extraordinary Form," or the Tridentine Mass (or, the Tridentine Mass according to the pre-Vatican II 1962 missal, since you're being so fussy about exact terminology).
If you're in the UK, for example, there's a Latin Mass Society of England & Wales committed to the promotion and preservation of the Tridentine Mass. They're using the terms interchangeably, which is how most Catholics understand them. This is because the Novus Ordo Missae of Paul VI is rarely celebrated entirely in Latin. It is typically a vernacular Mass, with occasional snippets of Latin at the celebrant's discretion, usually in the Ordinary. You know this, but for some reason you're being cute about it.
Telling me what traditional Catholicism is isn't the same as telling me what you did that made you a "traditional Catholic" as you state. So what did you do that made you state your were a "traditional Catholic" that made you different from every other Catholic on the street? Did you attend Tridentine masses? There aren’t many places that is possible.
I did tell you what made me different. Most Catholics accept the reforms at Vatican II; I believed that Vatican II was heretical and that the Church was in a state of chaos unseen since the Arian crisis. I was a total retrograde loony. And yes, I attended Tridentine Masses. At first there were not many. I started at an SSPX chapel until it closed, then moved to a diocesan indult parish reachable by rail, and finally ended at a local parish after Summorum Pontificum greatly increased the availability. Is that now sufficiently asked & answered? Are there any more personal questions? Goddamn.
There is an element of truth regarding money, or at least that is what some minority supporters such as the FFSP and supporters of the usus antiquor believe.
Their argument is that the likes of Germany which has 22 million Catholics who by vote don’t support these ancient traditions bring in 6.73 billion euros to the Catholic Church in net tax revenue annually. Conversely the income from traditional communities number less than 1 million globally and their financial income to the coffers is negligible.
Right, but I didn't say it was "situation critical" for the Church at this very moment. Francis is looking at the long game. In terms of demographics in my own country, older Catholics are still overwhelmingly supportive of the reforms of Vatican II, whereas the Latin Mass is more attractive to younger Catholics. And as you can see in the chart in the first link there, among self-identified young Catholics, only 28% are regular Mass-goers, compared to 56% of Catholics over 65. When the herd thins, that'll be a massive financial cliff for the Church in America to go over. After taking consecutive hits from the pedophile scandals and the increase in atheism/agnosticism in the aughts, the Church will desperately need that committed portion of the currently young Catholics, and it's not looking good for Francis' liberal agenda if they're increasingly becoming conservative &/or traditional Catholics.