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The whole purpose of those David Attenborough documentaries is to encourage the masses to appreciate the supreme value of the environment and thus to ensure that further action is taken to mitigate adverse ecological changes. The same sentiments can be applied to this situation, yet the object behind conserving historical artefacts is to achieve spiritual enlightenment, rather than to safeguard the physical environment. Therefore, we cannot simply just accept that we were victimised by an evil regime and allow the articles to vanish, we must have them preserved as they will act as a subtle reminder that historical wisdom will enable us to ensure that we don't remain in an unenlightened world, but are able to use our own initiative in order to create ourselves more promising futures. In that respect, your post is rather ironic as you claim that those documentaries must now be eliminated to allow us to advance, but it is keeping them 'alive' and cementing the information in our brains and taking action accordingly that will enable our environment to be enhanced physically and us to progress spiritually.