You don't think it's an 'extraordinarily unfortunate run'?
Hamilton breaks a rule, gets a drive-through, and loses nothing thanks to a leftfield strategy from Kobayashi.
The very next race Alonso break a rule, gets a drive-through, lo-and-behold he's at the very back of the field.
I think that's extraordinarily unfortunate, right there.
"...if things had worked out in any way reasonably" is less defensible but in the context of the article it's OK if a bit fanboy.
Alonso has had great luck so far this season at Bahrain (inheriting the lead because of Vettel's mechanical issue), China (SC), Monaco (SC) and Barcelona (inheriting second place because of mechanical problems for Vettel and Hamilton who were both running ahead of him at the time), so unless that sentence was placed in the context of his earlier good fortune it is liable to give an entirely misleading impression.
In my opinion he's still marginally in the black, points wise, when you weigh up the good and bad things that have happened to him this season. He himself has subsequently admitted that he didn't do a good enough job in overtaking slower cars at Montreal, where he carelessly allowed both Hamilton and Button to pass him. I think he - and not the Ferrari team as a whole - was also to blame for not immediately giving the place back to Kubica at Silverstone - he is a veteran of ten seasons who knows the rules well enough and was just trying it on.
If Hamilton was deliberately cheating in hesitating slightly before overtaking the Safety Car a fraction of a second too late at Valencia goodness only knows what words can be used to describe Alonso's actions in haring off down the track after cutting the corner to pass Kubica on the pretext that he'd been forced off the track. Since when was the legality of the other driver's actions a criteria when deciding on breaches of that particular rule?
The only bad luck he can legitimately complain about over the past three races has been in the timing
of the Safety Car deployments at Valencia and Silverstone which cost him points - but slightly less than he gained from Bahrain, China, Monaco and Barcelona.