As is often said in this room, John ... no worries. In good time, the admission of the failure will come from a future pontif, and the Novus Ordo will be allowed to die on the vine. It's less than 200 years old, the standard set by St. Pius V, and sans its valid consecration, the Novus Ordo can only trace it's heritage back to late 1969. The % of priests who are ordained to celebrate the TLM continues to rise while the converse is true for the modern mass. There is also a grwoing number of priests ordained to say the NO that are switching. I've personally met 3 this year. One was diocesan and the other two from a religious order. All three informed their superiors that they could not in good conscience say the NO any more. All three are being accomodated by the local ordinary, and in one case the bishop canonically erected a personal parish for the priest where only the TLM is offered. I'm quite certain there are many stories like this around the world but you simply won't read about it in the "main stream" Catholic press.
First off, I am no fan of the Novus Ordo. I do like some of its features like the extra added readings. Nor am I a fan of the revised Liturgical Calendar.
However, you have a few misconceptions.
The Novus Ordo traces its heritage, just like the TLM, back to the Apostles. if you believe differnetly, you are mistaken.
Every priest ordained is ordained to celebrate any authorized liturgy of the rite in which he is ordained. A Roman Catholic priest is, therefore, ordained to celebrate either the TLM or the NO. There Is no such thing as ordaining a priest for one or the other liturgies.
Any Parishes set aside for the TLM are announced in the local Catholic Paper.
A priest who is a member of a religious order has no say to choose what form of the Mass he offers. He may request of his superiors to be allowed to offer only one or the other, but he would have to obey his superior if he said no. A diocesan priest, who is not a pastor can only celebrate the Mass in the form allowed by his pastor. A pastor can freely celebrate or have celebratedm in his parish either form of the Mass.
In short, you are misinformed about everything you said.