I can understand an aversion to the perks, but the idea that it's "morally unjust" for firms giving perks to declare them, particularly when "the population is suffering", preferring them not to be open and honest about it, is just bizarre.
I can't think of any other word for it.
Even if bangkok opens up on an unrestricted basis next month uptake will still be negligible.
International tourist and buissness travel is down about 80 percent worldwide.
No signs of that returning to pre crisis levels anytime soon.
When they eventually open up again hopefully they will not try to gouge travellers.
If they do that may well be the end of mass international travel to thailand.
It's going to be a very competitive market and only the best value destinations will survive.