I think MK-2 is expecting a degree of altruism to which none of us can realistically aspire in a globalised economy. As I wrote above, I don't think this guy is a nice person, but I don't agree with the hand-wringing moralising around his behaviour. What he has said is what we all do, every single day, when we sell or scrap computers, when we buy clothes from China, whatever. We're all making money off of the back of someone else's misery.
If not, then you are basically saying that where you draw your line in the sand over what is acceptable is better than someone else's. You don't have the right to say that. You can advise and say why it is, but making out that MK-2's opinion about this bloke is flawed because he does something that you see as wrong is itself wrong.