And the thread was started by somebody who is presumably an individual criticizing the apparent pattern of governments discouraging profitable organizations. Agree or not, I feel like it is reasonable, as individuals, to debate the merits of various laws and whether we feel they produce a desirable outcome.
It also seems perfectly reasonable to me for a corporation to criticize the laws of a particular jurisdiction and even lobby to have them changed. The challenge is obviously trying to achieve a system where the decision makers are not corrupt and corporations can't get their way by simply shoveling bucket loads of money at those responsible for deciding.
As an example, it would seem perfectly reasonable for Tesla Motors to lobby the government to setup laws in such a way as to permit their business to operate. It is the responsibility of government officials to ensure that the rules are set up fairly and to make decisions based on national interests rather than based on any self interest he might have (or a corporation might be willing to offer him).
Ultimately, the corporation has to abide by the laws set out in the country in question, or deal with the consequences if it chooses not to.