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This IS true, you just don't understand. As soon as the last trigger is removed from Greater Gargadon (from sacking Worldgorger), the second ability WILL trigger. However, at this point, the triggered ability of Worldgorger will ALSO go on the stack. As you are presumably the active player, you may stack the triggers in the order of your choice. If you have Worldgorger's trigger go on the stack last, it will resolve BEFORE the Gargadon trigger. At this point, Gargadon is still suspended. So you can respond to the second triggered ability by activating Feldon. Worldgorger comes back, and exiles all other permanents. Then, you may respond to that same second trigger by sacking Worldgorger, and thus go infinite.l
Not quite. A card is only "suspended" if it's in exile, has the suspend ability, and has a non-zero number of time counters currently on it.
What you actually have to respond to is the activated ability of the Gargadon itself. The Worldgorger trigger will resolve before the Gargadon's activated ability does, so you just have to keep responding to the ability with... the ability.