Pope Gregory XVII, although abandoned by his own and a hostage under stealthy captivity, still carefully tried to get his message out. He gave a clear reference to what happened at the 1958 Conclave when he wrote in 1972 how the "superpowers"
[Judeo-Masonry] "could" overturn a LAWFUL Conclave:
"The segregation of the conclave is yet more
necessary; with modern means, with modern technology, without an absolute segregation it would not be possible to save an election from the pressure of external powers. Today the superpowers
(and the lesser ones alike) have too great an interest in having on their side, through condescendence or weakness, the highest moral authority in the world. And they would do all that they are so very good at doing. The pressures
to overturn the substance of the law of the conclave could be driven by the will to obtain precisely this result." (Excerpt from: The Election of the Roman Pontiff (L'Elezione del Romano Pontefice), by Joseph Cardinal Siri (Pope Gregory XVII), originally published in RENOVATIO VII, 1972, inst. 2, pp. 155-156, From “Il Dovere Dell’Ortodossia”)