glutton for punishment
You really are a glutton for punishment wosi.
Apart for making a negative rather than a positive case for rossi vs stoner as has been said (I am happy to call their career overlap fairly even, which is rather positive for stoner I would have thought) you are actually quoting things which detract from rather than support your arguments.
What nakomoto seems to be saying, if he is being quoted correctly and not being translated imperfectly from Japanese, is almost verbatim what I have said (pretty much in agreement with you actually), about the 2012 season, ie that Stoner could have and possibly should have won the title, if he had settled for second at sachsenring and been more focused in the following mugello race, although relating his crash at indy to these events is drawing rather a longer bow imo. What he isn't saying is anything positive about dani pedrosa, who you may not have noticed actually didn't win the 2012 championship; nakomoto doesn't seem to be intimating as far as I can tell that dani should have won the championship. Fairly strong implication that there were no team orders for hrc in 2012 either , unlike some other teams in 2012 or historically.
Nakomoto is probably still also not sure whether he should commit seppuku, as he seemed to blame himself for stoner's retirement earlier in the 2012 season. My admittedly biased reading is that he thought Stoner, as does not appear to be uncommon among riders, was bargaining when he asked for only a 1 year contract extension, and when he and/or honda replied it was a 2 year contract or nothing he to their surprise said OK it's nothing then.
How long have you been ploughing the bike advantage furrow, with seemingly no appreciation of the irony of doing so as a rossi fan, and despite your hero being widely quoted as saying he still does not know, along with everyone else, how stoner rode the ducati so fast?.