This headbutting between the two groups is a great example of why capitalism is one of the greatest ways of solving disputes. Both sides are making value judgements about investing their scarce resources (with both sides having significant sunk investments). As I summarised way back on page 3 and 4, had the Queensland Government approached the problem of the competing interests by setting up well-informed property titles with some form of grandfathering to both groups and then let markets work their magic in resolving who should own what, where and when then I bet a more peaceful outcome could be reached in each zone. Instead the jackboots seem to have blundered in and forced an outcome thereby disenfranchising one group. Civil wars generally started out this way.