Jesus, talk about rose-tinted glasses.
The fact of the matter is that every long-established team in F1 has the right to feel like the FIA have been both lenient and hard on them. There are plenty of individual events to back up any point of view; Ferrari are *******s because a few years back when Force India were terrible Sutil had somehow managed to get up to fourth in Monaco and then Raikonnen wiped him out of the race without repercussions. McLaren are poor unfortunates because at the last race of Hamilton's debut season two cars ahead of him ran their oil temperatures hotter than they should have and if the stewards had stuck to the letter of the law they would have been disqualified and Hamilton would have won the World Championship. The list is endless...
I dislike Ferrari, mainly because of the Schumacher era, but there is no denying that Alonso is an unbelievably talented driver and there is also not really any complaining about FIA bias (as over the last few years it has definitely been a lot less biased towards Ferrari than over the decade preceding it). I like McLaren, but there is no denying that they have been as fortunate from the FIA as anyone (last time I checked, corporate espionage should warrant more than $100m fine and a constructors' ban, and should take less than two hearings to find out).
Oh, and seeing as everyone seems to be cheering for their favourites, Robert Kubica is the best F1 driver out there.