The Church has always guarded Her Liturgical Treasure but to throw the TLM away to very small isolated communities in dioceses and change Her disciplines which encourage modern man to Holiness.
I try my best to sympathize with this view, since I was raised well into post-Vatican II era. I have hardly any knowledge of Latin, etc. That being said, my appreciation of Latin liturgy is mostly a nod to our Catholic tradition and history.
But I am personally grateful for the liturgical reforms via Vatican II, insofar as the liturgy is not Latin-centered. I don’t see my spirituality benefiting from a language I have no knowledge of. I try to be sympathetic to others, but I am more appreciative of the diversity of liturgical expression. Jesus didn’t celebrate Mass in Latin, after all.
I don’t want Latin liturgy to go away, as I don’t want the Byzantine or Coptic or Maronite liturgies to go away either. But none of these should be exalted, as if Catholic orthodoxy depended on a certain liturgy, language, or expression of the faith.