... The apostasy by Pope Francis is to blame for the moral destruction in the world.
Well, the apostasy actually started many many years ago. Arguably it started with the Protestant Revolution, then the French Revolution in their turning away from God and turning towards man. For that matter, it really started in the Garden of Paradise. "Eat the fruit of the forbidden tree and you will be like God." Cain and Abel too, Cain became jealous of his brother because Cain began to hold back the best of what he had for himself and gave the poorer offering to God while Abel remained focused on the God and that He deserves everything we have. So Abel had to go.
Don't forget that the groundwork is being laid for the antichrist. The world will be ripe for him once a world-wide apostasy has taken a hold. And don't forget that all this was foretold by St. John in the Apocalypse. So the good Lord knows what we are going through. He has given us the few good priests we have to help guide us. He has given us Archbishop Lefebvre, and while he himself is not here, his works and words are still our inheritance, especially in those few good priests trained in his seminaries who have not "gone over to the dark side" of the conciliar church.
God never works in large numbers. He shows His might in doing great things with very few instruments. It only took Moses' to stand over the Red Sea and part it. It only took Gideon 300 men and a few trumpets to defeat tens of thousands of soldiers. The preaching of St. Peter converted 3000 in one sermon. These types of events are replete in Holy Scripture and Tradition.
Pope Francis is not the problem. He's a big part of it as the Vicar of Christ on earth. But he, like the other popes since the council, have only contributed to the problem. The problem is that nearly the whole world has turned from God and focused on itself, as if itself was the last end.