Should you contradict something, you can't use the contradicted thing as an argument to support something else .
Every time you draw a line , you make "finished infinity" . You can't fully cover a line with dotted points , no matter how clever your pattern . There is such a thing as 'countable' (the dotted points/the discrete) , and such a thing as uncountable (the line/the continuum) . And the former will always be less than the latter . Whether or not you believe in some form of Realism/Platonism/ Intuitionism/Effective Computability , the distinction always occurs . The best way to avoid it is not to think about it .
> I am not interested in attempts to save it, since every such attempt > will unavoidably lead to failure on another point, like a tablecloth > that is too short to cover the table. The idea of finished infinity is > insane. It cannot be saved.
Maybe you're not interested in attempts to save it, but you're more snared in Set Theory than many of its supporters ever were .You're obsessed with it, or whatever your interpretation of it may be.
If you become an atheist and the entire focus of your life becomes solely raging against religion and converting religious folk, then in truth, you haven't ditched religion . You're as dependent on it as you were before, only ,if in an inverted sense .
The same goes for you and Set Theory .Can you imagine a world where there never was any 'Set Theory' for you to rant about?How would you get attention?