I agree with Andrew. It's Todt and those fools who place bets on F1 races who are to blame. It was indeed Austria 2002 and Todt's trademark gaucheness that earned team orders such a bad name.
There was, of course, a dreadful hullabaloo after that event because all the little dears who put their hard earned money on Rubens lost it.
There's not a lot wrong with a team which owns the cars and employs the drivers obliging them to give way. Or not.
I am a huge Moss fan but I really don't have a problem with Ferrari telling Phil Hill to let Hawthorn past in the final laps of the 1958 Moroccan Grand Prix.
A huge difference between that and Austriagate.
All that said, it was not a good look - if that's what happened in Turkey - for Red Bull to give some labyrinthine coded messages trying to favour the Wunderkind this early in the season. I hope they, or any other team, don't do that again.
If, however, we get to Abu Dhabi and, for example, RB needs Vettel to finish first to clinch the WDC and Webber is ahead of him on the track but mathematically out of the WDC hunt, then sure, wave Seb by.