If the coup results in the permanent removal of Erdogan then it's a good thing. Erdogan was a creep who enabled ISIS and terrorism. He gave them sanctuary, the ability to sell oil and safe transit between Turkey and Syria. Erdogan gave the order to shoot down that Russian jet fighter and in so doing, backed NATO efforts to provoke Russia and maybe draw it into a war. Erdogan was dangerous.
The question is, what will be the reaction of the crazy neocons in Washington and NATO? They used Erdogan for their subversive purposes. Erdogan was a key player in the NATO's designs on Russia so if he is gone what will their reaction be?
That is the real, and very serious, question. I don't know this for sure, but if we take the coup plotters' statements, which are now emerging from the chaotic situation in Turkey, it seems that they had enough with Erdogan's subversive and autocratic rule. That's good for anyone who is against ISIS and terrorism and NATO "adventurism."
But will they succeed? Will NATO, the CIA and the neocons let them succeed? This could get very messy.