I disagree with your appraisal, of course, as would many others.
It's obvious you are very angry spitting such venom. You didn't like the movie, then that is your opinion, but to infer that anyone who enjoyed it is somehow bereft of having an intelligent and valid response only highlights a conceit and arrogance and tunnel vision on your part. Your idea that it *crapped on fourty years of Star wars tradition* is a pov, one that is not shared by everyone that loves Star wars; the truth is that the Star wars universe is in a state of creative evolution and change (as with all true art) and it does not have to abide by a set of imagined rigid parameters by what has gone before.
Tbh I think you need to free yourself from all this baggage you are carrying, because it actually reads like you are far more concerned with some kind of paranoiac socio-political rhetoric more than anything else.
Except the problem is that all the movies prior to TFA were about the Skywalker lineage, and this newest trilogy introduced the new characters too quickly and awkwardly, while simultaneously neglecting the screen time of the original characters. Compound that with the way they are written out of the story, it left many in the audience to no longer care or have any desire to continue following the Star Wars saga. For example, many people have zero interest in the upcoming Solo movie, since we all watched him die in TFA. That was a really stupid move on Disney's part.
I do believe that it was time for the OT characters to make a graceful exit and the torch be passed to a new generation of characters, but the way Disney went about doing it, it left me disappointed and having no connection or interest with the new characters and the future of Star Wars. If the new characters were introduced more slowly, then perhaps I might be more intrigued, since less would be known about them. For this reason there would exist a natural desire to learn more about them, and that would get me back into a theatre seat. But after what we've seen now, not a chance. This movie disappointed many long time fans, not just a small handful here and there.
As far as being angry? No, I'm just calling a spade a spade. It's a poorly written and produced movie. There is a glaring contrast between the praise it gets from the so-called professional "critics", who are only giving it positive reviews because they are bought and paid for shills who would find themselves at the unemployment office if they gave it a bad press, and the reactions from fans who were appalled after viewing this cinematic abortion.
And lastly, if freeing myself from this "baggage" you imagined means embracing the ideologies espoused by the far left, and all the degenerate new age trash peddled by Hollywood, then think again. If you think this is all a bunch of paranoid rhetoric existing only in my head, then my suggestion to you is watch some of the speeches and lectures by University of Toronto Professor Jordan Peterson. This cancerous neo-Marxist agenda that has been spreading for decades unabated in the world of academia has made the logical next step into popular culture, and it's no surprise that one of the most popular movie franchises in history has been affected by it. Of course however, reprobate minded liberals will naturally see nothing wrong with these ideas and their subsequent use in both film and television, as well as art and literature.
You can keep your "creative evolution", I'm sure you'll have no difficulty finding a place to put it.