You just said Disney doesn't understand how to make Star Wars films by evoking the same ideas and feelings that the original Star Wars gave to their audiences in the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s which if we translate the 'I didn't like these new films' gibberish you just said means: they make Star Wars films.
You don't like the new films because the main character is a Mary Sue and Luke Skywalker was taken in a different direction than what you wanted. Everything else about the Last Jedi and the Force Awakens are pretty good. In particular the first half hour of the Force Awakens was a lot stronger than A New Hope and the Return of the Jedi first half. The new sequel films are better than the Phantom Menace and definitely the Clone Wars.
Kylo Ren is a fantastic character. Killing Han Solo in the way that they did was impressive and great cinema. Finn is a good character. The bar scene in the Force Awakens was nostalgic and fantastic. The battle at the end of the Force Awakens was better than the Return of the Jedi's battle. Kylo and Rey killing Snoke and his guards was better than Anakin vs. Obi Wan in Revenge of the Sith (my favourite out of all of them.)
Disney have done a better job with Marvel than they did Star Wars but they're still Star Wars films in both the way they are portrayed, how they feel and how they were put together in cinema.
Actually, I don't like the new films because of the lack of depth.
The new female character is indeed, boring. Luke Skywalker essentially went from being "A New Hope" to "I have no idea what I'm doing." Nothing in The Last Jedi or the Force Awakens was cinematically great. To say that the first half-hour of TFA was stronger than A New Hope and RotJ is a bit much if you're comparing the first 30 minutes vs 30 minutes. Atleast I knew what was happening or was awestruck and not confused.
Kylo Ren is not a fantastic character. On the contrary, he is quite the opposite. Killing Han Solo off was no different than the way they killed off Luke and will most likely do with Leia in Episode IX. It's a means to an end in order to move onto the next series of movies without having to tie in the Solo/Skywalker line. Sure, it was dramatic and sad, but I never thought it was great. Finn is a joke, as much as Rose was. Stories made zero sense. Finn in TFA was "I want to abandon my post and leave!" "I want to be a hero!" "First Order is too much, can't do it!" and then somewhere he found his courage and no clue. In the Last Jedi it was some offbeat, made no sense to the overall plot story. In summary, TFA was the same as A New Hope - just for fresher graphics and a slightly altered story.
I can keep picking apart how Disney has done their own way with Star Wars and I'm sure you could defend it, but reality is that there is a vast majority of "non-toxic" fans who do not like the new movies or content. They just aren't happy with the product being pushed out. If you are, great for you!
I don't think, in summary, they're the same Star Wars product we expect to be pushed out from the mind of George Lucas and wouldn't create the same feel as the others did. Disney is in it for pure profit.