You were posting in a topic a few weeks about one step away from outright demanding Sega completely changes their scheduled plans to add a PSO2 Premium campaign because you decided it was time for one.
I'm sorry but this just isn't comparable.
First, Sega's scheduled plan is to run a Buy Premium campaign roughly every 90 days (which makes sense; the primary offering in the campaign is to give an emote away as a bonus for buying 90 days of premium). JP has followed this since before Global launched (the last one started 13 Jan 2021 and going backwards the gaps to the previous campaigns were 91 days, 85 days, 83 days and lastly 88 days which takes you back to 01 Feb 2020 predating Global's closed beta). What happened on Global was a significant deviation since our wait was ultimately 140 days with no delay announced so we couldn't buy premium for fear of missing out on what would have been called a campaign we should have expected because of such a regular schedule.
Second, that's an unfair characterisation for multiple reasons. The topic was literally called "New Buy Premium campaign please!". That's a request, not "one step away from outright demanding". As the topic ultimately extended 5½ weeks beyond the initial request I tried to present the benefit of expedience in providing the next campaign soon (and note language such as "Thanks. I'd like to make special request that..."). I would also invite you to compare the topic's tone with that of a handful of others posted recently but it's not my place to judge what's acceptable conduct here.
Third, with reference to the topic itself again, I didn't claim to speak for anyone. I described a realistic group of users impacted by the delay ("People who bought into [the last campaign] [snip] have now seen their premium expire.") which is a factual description of that impact. I'd also like to note the first five replies echoed the request including one stating "Count me on this bandwagon" and none of that was solicited; it's not even really possible to "act as though you're the sole voice of the community" when several other voices are already there, you know? And I certainly don't need to "realize" I'm one person when I've never thought otherwise. I welcome disagreement; discussion would be largely pointless without it.
Lastly, that was a direct request to Sega via the GM team here. This topic is a community-addressing discussion of content popularity which has branched out a bit but lately has been talking about options for adjusting the player shop system to discourage hoarding. If I have reason to believe an idea described as a fix would accomplish the opposite and can reference experience and past multiplayer games to explain that, why shouldn't I bring that to the discussion? Not doing so presents an (appreciably tiny) risk of the idea being implemented, in particular since New Genesis is known to be making changes, which the aforementioned experience says would harm it at a pivotal time for the game's long-term future.
I also apologise if you think this response is "going way overboard", but your complaint had quite a few elements that all needed unpicking and addressing. More importantly to me as one person though, I apologise to all for this unwanted diversion from the various discussions and would like to see those return to focus.