Vass is a different situation because they are a small company, and both of its US principals read the Forum and post fairly regularly.
How do you think they'd react?
How would another company in a similar situation react?
Half of them would say, oh well, and look the other way.
Say, Robert Graham, before he got to the size he is now.
Or Robert Talbott, who still is very territorial about which specialty stores are allowed to buy its product, and does not sell merchandise online.
Or Zegna while it was growin to the huge size it is today, which made retailers purchase a large amount of goods to carry the line, and would drop any store that broke a sale outside of well established parameters set up by the company.
Half would act to protect their distribution channel, which is what Vass did...
Yes, you are free to make your own choice as consumers, and you may disagree with Gabor and Andrew's decision. But to call them greedy and compare their actions to Hungary in 1956 is a personal attack.
Especially since Vass has repeatedly offered sample sales and promotions here. It's not like they've ruled with an iron fist.