I mean you can disagree with me all you want, but there are a depth of facts like a bunch of severely underpaid desperate migrant labour, whose basic liberties were taken (possession of passports and not being enabled to even afford a flight back home, so that they couldn't leave) were used to build the facilities that the world cup will be hosted in without even a guaranteed minimum wage, and we know this because it is honestly common knowledge in India. The labourer that Neville's talking to in that video is speaking in Hindi, and the labour mistreatment has honestly been a practice long before the world cup as well. Those aren't just opinions or inconsistent value systems separated by culture (for instance, alcohol surrounding behaviour totally is), Neville's not going to acknowledge the truly brutal details of the situation he's standing in, and nor will the Qatari citizen leaders he's talking to. It goes a lot beyond showing them living in a difficult dormitory structure that's just a minor discomfort relatively in their situation. And that's why the hypocrisy stabs are valid, because he's pretending Qatar are going to change things that they don't even admit are happening yet.
And also, I'm really glad that the changes that you've said are happening, and I'm sad that they weren't implemented while all the world cup facilities were being built. But humour the possibility that this is some return signalling to the world at a time when they're tremendously under scrutiny from the world. I stand completely in hope that you are right and I am wrong about this.