This was the conversation:
So did Turkey have motives when it kissed up to Russia BEFORE the airport attack (false flag?).
This is an interesting piece -- "Tuesday Changed Everything" by pro-Israel WINEP:
"But the last part that's missing is the deployment of Turkish troops in Syria. Until this incident there wasn't much support for Turkish intervention in Syria -- the public was against it. Now most Turks are so appalled and disgusted that there will be, not unanimous, but stronger public support for intervention. But the issue here is that Turkey cannot really send troops into Syria without Russia's blessing, especially after the plane incident in November, when Turkey shot down a Russian plane, which had violated Turkish airspace. Russia effectively made northern Syria its no fly zone, meaning a no fly zone for Turkish planes. Russia set up an air defense bubble, and the Russians are basically flying there looking for groups of planes to shoot down in retaliation for the November incident. So for Turkey to send in conventional troops, it needs Russia's blessings.".
So for Turkey to send in conventional troops, it needs Russia's blessings."So did Turkey have motives when it kissed up to Russia BEFORE the airport attack.
Reading today's news about the Turkish military incursion into Syria with the blessings of the Russians and the air-cover of US to fight "ISIL" along with America's "good terrorists" to 'free' Jarablus has brought back those doubts with a rush. Did the eagerness to embrace Turkey as a partner due to a 'Washington orchestrated failed coup' distract Russia (and Iran) away from focusing on Turkey as a culprit?
What changed? Erdogan became far more powerful, the United States agreed to keep the Kurds at bay, and Russia allowed the passage of the Turkish military into Syria while Turkey continued to demand that Assad must go - after the transition.