By Sibel Edmonds
Source: Read full article at Newsbud
Six days ago, on May 7, I was the first to break the news on the Turkish government’s behind-the-scenes pondering over scrapping the S-400 deal with Russia without losing too much face. Those of you who have been following the developments in Turkey through my Twitter updates are aware of the current worsening climate for journalists reporting unapproved news and information in Turkey. With that I am sure you understand the valid reasons for me not citing any specific sources for that article. I provided you with dozens of links on facts, from economic to political pressures, pertaining to the Turkish government’s S-400 dilemma.
For the last six days since I posted my article I’ve been combing through the news, national and international, for any and all developments pertaining to the Turkey-Russia-Syria front. There hasn’t been a peep from any Turkish media outlets on the “Real” facts related to the “Real” status of the Turkey-Russia S-400 deal or Turkey-Russia dynamics as they relate to the escalating Idlib situation. As far as the media outlets outside Turkey go, other than some generic coverage of Idlib clashes, there’s been absolutely no mentioning of…