Write a manifesto by ideological proxy.
By accepting the help of the corporation, clients are delegating a work they can’t or don’t want to do.
Nevertheless the apparatus has no ideology itself, because it has no preferential point of view on the world: all the points of view have an equal value for the corporation.
The points of view of the apparatus are those of the clients using it, because clients are extensions of the apparatus and they depend on each other.
By entering the corporation office clients delegate the apparatus to think for them: they are free from thinking, but not free from the apparatus.