That's one of the more misguided posts I've read here.
Even if any portion of the underlying basis for your complaints turns out to be valid, none of it is more than hearsay and rumor right now.
In addition, you've forgotten Ferrari's history of using nomenclature to commemorate both events and people, e.g. 250 Spyder Fantuzzi, Dino, F2003-GA, Enzo Ferrari, 612 Scaglietti, F60, 150° Italia, etc.
You've also forgotten that Ferrari itself was the victim of actual
espionage--and still won--and that every team makes use of off-track political wrangling in "desperate" attempts to improve their on-track fortunes.
What you should have said was, "I don't like Ferrari." It would have been much
more credible. (And I might have even agreed with you at this point.)