I certainly understand and respect the history of Disneyland... Of course I do, I love Disneyland with my very heart and soul. This place makes me truly happy. I am also someone who has only been on two vacations to Disneyland in my life, I live in Canada, and I just appreciate the fact that the park exists.
Maybe I have a different perspective, but I wish with my very soul that Disneyland was up here so I could experience it more frequently. With that, I am way more lenient with changes I guess. I understand why they need to happen, I understand why they are happening. I would be grateful just to be near enough to the park to witness these changes.
In the end, Disneyland is always going to be an amazing, magical place, with a HUGE dedicated fan base. We all have opinions, and emotions regarding this park. No one is right or wrong. But, for me, this seems like a smart move by Disney. An incredible use of a tiny amount of space.
Wouldn't you say the entire point of history is to remember, but also to move forward? We cannot dwell in the past, and sometimes it is okay to move forward and grow. If we lived in the past there would be a lot of women with huge restrictions, a lack of rights, and bomb drills constantly. We remember our past, our history, we respect it, but we move forward from it. We grow.