I am sure Alonso isn't saying us what he really thinks. You just have to read the last press conference.
I would love, someday, to hear what he has to say about his year in McLaren. It would be great to know about it, because, according to the people who were near to him at that time, and with the "never speak about that" orders to these same people, it was some a kind of a hell for him.
Another person, in the kind of Massa, would have told the whole story once he left the team. Alonso didn't.
Alonso kept quiet and didn't say anything about that matter.
Alonso is acussed by the British press, and that's is becoming boring now, of this and that and all this and all that. When speaking in Spanish, he's honest all the time. Listening to him in Spanish about some matter and reading what, about the same matter British press understood, is like him saying that "black is white". That's really funny.
The other day Alonso said that "British (press) [sorry for my mistake, I understood 'British fans' instead British alone and I translated that for 'British fans'] wouldn't be happy with a Ferrari 1-2 and a team (meaning McLaren) 30 seconds after".
Someone started accusing Alonso of being "racist" as "anyone else"... meaning "all Spaniards". The meaning was "Alonso is as racist as all the Spaniards are". Come on...
This attack against Alonso -shouldn't it be against Massa, who was the driver who performed the maneouvre?- is out of time. Sorry to say this, but was Alonso to be blamed for the "Hey, guys, this is ridiculous!"?. It was. Risking a crash for both Ferraris would be just as ridiculous as it was with the Red Bulls in Turkey, and with Christian Horner giving straight team-orders to Mark Webber.
What I find here is just pure hipocresy.
As I said: I would like to hear Alonso talking about his year in McLaren. It wouldn't be nice for the team if he spoke about it.