And many (most in fact) of the Apache OpenOffice folks used to be OpenOffice.org people. So your argument fails to really get started.
But I'm still trying to grok your conspiracy theory. When Apache OpenOffice first started, the theory was that IBM wanted to suck in free OpenOffice code so we could integrate that with our proprietary Symphony. They heory was that IBM would not contribute any code or developers. We were just there to take and hoard.
Then, after IBM put in a bunch of developers to work on Apache OpenOffice, the conspiracy theory changed from IBM not doing anything, to IBM was to do much. We were going to dominate and control the project. But that didn't turn out to be true either.
And then now, when we end the fork and contribute the Symphony code, what is the new conspiracy theory? That we're trying to get others to develop Symphony for us? Really? Is that the best you can think of? Take a few more days and think it over. I know that we'll be adding more developers to the Apache project, so you might want to spin the FUD in exactly the opposite direction, especially if you want to keep a few steps ahead of reality.