Let's look purely at statistics. How many times did Vettel finish behind Webber in races that both drivers finished? 5 times
And Hamilton behind Button? 3 times
And Räikkönen behind Grosjean? 2 times
And it should not come as a surprise that Massa never finished ahead of Alonso, but had he been allowed to, if I remember correctly, he would have done it at least twice.
Please try harder.
Considering this excludes when Hamilton crashed out and ended his race because of his own actions, and also excludes when other drivers hampered Vettel's race but he continued, it's completely biased. You have to include where they were running when their car died, and also include their retirements if it was their fault. And take into account whether they were running lower due to another pit stop thanks to someone else. Stop using a biased comparison to support your world view.