After all the posts, it"s STILL NOT COMPLETELY CLEAR what Luca said.
I don't think Luca speaks German (Never heard him, anyway), so his answer was likely in Italian or English. Would probably help a bit if we knew.
But even if LdM says what some are so sure he does -- that Kimi is there to take points off Alonso's opponents and to help Fernando win the WDC -- he won't be out on the race track where those determinations are made. No matter what anyone, including Luca, says, it will be Kimi and Alonso, and how they adjust to the new rules, set up their cars, manage the fuel limitations, have good or bad luck, who will determine which one is ahead. LdM will just have to watch like the rest of us. Stefano has already stated that Kimi was not happy when Ferrari sent him packing to make room for Alonso, and he has come back to the Scuderia with something to prove. By slighting Kimi (IF that's what he did?), his intent is more likely to stir the coals to keep them hot -- meaning he wants to keep fresh in Kimi's mind one of the main reasons he returned -- to BEAT Alonso and prove Luca's first decision in 2009, wrong. LdM does like to fan the flames for his own purposes, and pissing off the IceMan will only strengthen Kimi's determination...and likely Fernando's, too. In the end, Ferrari win either way -- as long as they build a car fast enough. Nobody should be getting any grey hairs over this. They'll both get an equal chance to prove who's superior or they'd NEVER hear the end of it from the fans and press of their home country's!
So let's all just stay calm. If you really want something to be aggravated about, think of all the holiday shopping you still have to do!