I was horrified by what I saw. I bridled myself from saying anything, but now seeing you actually justify what I think is reprehensible. First of all, legally, in common law case, I believe this is called tortious interference, and probably actionable. And for good reason.
But never mind the law, morally speaking, I was aghast that people don't have discretion, can't demarcate that fine line between political opinion and business. Sure you have fun with someone you disagree with on politics, and it's all part of the art of debate. But to carry that same difference of opinion and go after someone's attempt at business is crossing a line. Because you think someone with a certain political opinion couldn't possibly do something that you think you and those of your own political opinion own the monopoly on, was the first thought that came through my mind.
I never understood Taiwan's law criminalizing all opinionative speech just because it is negative against someone.....until today.
I wondered if more people than me had similar reactions, but now I see the thread was locked, I feel that was more than correct.