"Turns out Tony Blair never said this. The Associated Press and the BBC fabricated it"
I'm not going to get into arguments in interpreting what 'Middle-East conflicts' means.
Anyway, kudos to LGF for making the correction.
I have seen quite a bit of BBC bashing since the London bomb blasts. It seems to be that they have been dropping the word terrorist from their reports. Today I listened to BBC radio and made an effort to listen out for the T word and I actually heard it a lot. But this is just anecdotal and I don't expect it to carry weight with those who believe that not using the word 'terrorist' is a deliberate ploy to underplay the significance or to show some sort of deference to the terrorists. I don't understand the logic there, I'm sorry.
Perhaps there is a deliberate move on the part of the BBC to cut the word 'terrorist' from its reporting, I don't know. Maybe they are doing it so as not to satisfy the murdering scum: they attacked the people of London but they did not terrorize them, Londoners won't give them that satisfaction. Do I believe this? No, not really, but it makes as much sense as any other arguments I have heard. I don't know, perhaps I am just having one of those days when my brain fails to engage properly in the heat. That might explain the fixation on toilets today.