The free market system depends on consumer boycotts to hold managements accountable for their decisions. And, frankly, CASpace is offering legitimate objections to the lack of respect some people in The Walt Disney Company have for preserving the artistic integrity of The Magic Kingdom, which is, indeed, both a cultural institution and a public treasure.
Intellectual property is a misnomer. The rights that governments provide to copyright and patent holders merely allow them to commercially distribute said works exclusively. There is no provision necessarily allowing intellectual-property-rights holders to transform these works into anything but that, which their creators intended.
If Disney doesn't start making a more sincere effort to preserve original design intent in the manner in which the company used to, then I envision a preservationist movement rising to stand against the continual devaluing Disney's management has been perpetrating against its own assets over these last twelve years.