Not to troll, but that does seem more and more like the truth to be honest. Their comment about Massa I mean.
For the record, I dont think it was teamorders when Alonso passed Massa.
Before anything else, Massa has to perform. Else he quite naturally will be the lapdog, similar to what Kovalainen was at McLaren.
Calling for equality for a guy who is constantly over half a second slower is just not realistic.
When Massa starts equalling or even beating Alonso at least three races in a row, then we can talk again.