2010: he made the year hard for himself, as mentioned they dominated load of races, load, load, load of races...
2012: they dominated Bahrain, Valencia, Korea, Szuzuka, India and were always on the pace bar Monza.
No, I still like him and I could speak to him in summer and praised him, I am just expressing my frustration against this situation. I still think Ham and Alonso are a bit better driver, it is just painful to see that neither of them won any titles in the past years. In 2010 and 2012 Alonso did something extraordinary with that mediocre car, while Ham was very strong in 2012, only his car's reliability and team stopped him win the title.I am just a sensitive guy who always wants justice in life.
In 2010, I agree that they had the fastest car, but Vettel also lost a lot of points due to unreliability (similar to Hamilton in 2012). That's why it was not easy for him (it was easier for Webber).
2012: Just picking the first race, you mention: Do you really think Bahran was RB domination? Kimi almost got him and I think RB was not the fastest car, but it was just track position which helped him at the end. A possibly still a bit rusty Kimi and a Grosjean, who was certainly not at his peak, were pressuring him, whereas Webber was half a minute behind him. I would say Lotus was the fastest car at that track. Even if you think RB was faster, it really didn't look like domination.
Regarding your frustration: Understandable, but I think you are biased in your analysis because of it. Many of us have some bias, but sometimes it helps to take a step back and look at an argument again.