If you don't know anything about trademarks and especially don't know the difference between patents, copyright, and trademarks, you have no business talking about how awful it is that one company or another has a trademark over something or other. You probably have no business having an opinion on the subject.
If you can't tell the difference between a cease-and-desist letter and a lawsuit, you have no business publishing your opinion about legal harassment or such.
If you don't know the finer points of why a company might register a trademark and what that means for other organizations using that trademark within the registered context of that trade, your opinion on any particular trademark is meaningless and worthless and you have no business even considering holding it.
If, despite all of this, you think your opinion still matters because you have a weblog, you're wrong. Your ignorance makes your opinion irrelevant. Go learn something, think about it for a while, and maybe then you'll be worth listening to.
Your knee-jerk, uninformed ignorance astounds me. If you spent a fraction of the time doing a modicum of research that you spent bloviating, perhaps you might advance the state of human knowledge and the intelligence of public discourse even a tiny fraction.
PS - you might also try to contain your reaction to something reasonable. Save the end-of-the-world rhetoric for something important.