I am sure that the author means well...
...but unfortunately, well is a very subjective expression.
As pointed out in previous comments, an ethically-restricted open source license is nothing more than a closed-source license, with the compensation measured in politics instead of money.
The author should bear in mind that the words "moral", "ethical", "just" or "right" are not spoken in a vacuum. They are always relative to the immediate cultural context of the speaker, and therefore carry no absolute value at all. Most often they can be simply interpreted as "ethical according to the Western Christian moral code, as ratified and enforced by an arbitrary set of directives issued by United Nations, which is itself a speaking platform for the countries and coalitions that hold the most military power."