No, everyone should be given consideration and deserve respect for their rights, dignity and property.
As a reporter, i had to deal with these situations. Sometimes they just get out of hand. The landfill or garbage dump starts out small. A small community lives a good distance, an adequate distance away from the site. Both grow. A lack of zoning laws, a lack of enforcement and a lack of how to use the political process exacerbate the situation until it appears almost insolvable.
It can be solved. Government has to step in, people in other areas have to realize it could had been them and the ones immediately affected have to understand that once an agreement, the problem will not be solved overnight. It is not the best system, but right now it is all we have.
I have been involved in incidents where attempts have been made to buy out the affected people. However, the buyout price is never enough and the community does not want to move, so the problem continues to smolder.
Someday it will be resolved. I cannot tell you when.
No there should be so sacrificial lamb.However, until planning and enforcement becomes part of urban development, pictures like the one above will not disappear.