I hate that word 'unacceptable'. It's popped up in recent years and now everyone is at it. What does it mean? There's no sense in refusing to accept something that happened, because it's already happened. Saying you don't accept it does not have a ripple effect back in time to stop it happening. It happened. Deal with it.
The Cameroid is at it too.
As the running battles unfolded, Mr Cameron condemned the violence and warned that it would be "utterly unacceptable" if it was state-sponsored.
Oh? Is there any indication that there is State-sponsored violence involved in Egypt? Are demonstrators being kettled, beaten and arrested? It does seem strange that the Mooby supporters are armed and those who want him gone are not. There's also new violence directed against reporters. So maybe Mooby has a hand in this, but let's wait until there's actual evidence, eh, Cameroid? Don't rely on the newspapers. You don't want to start another war based on a lie, no matter how desperate you are to be seen as another Tiny Blur.
What the Cameroid is really concerned about here is not Egypt. What he's really saying is 'Oi, Mooby. Sort your lot out. Mine are getting ideas over here.' Barry O'Blimey must by now be thinking along similar lines.
Oddly enough, just as everyone is starting to think 'Hmm, maybe that's the way to get rid of an utterly corrupt and self-serving government,' up pops another mysterious terrorist threat. We don't know who they are or where they are or what they plan or when but the Americans are concerned that our security isn't tight enough. So we have to tighten our security in case of suicide bombers, and also in case those terrible 'anarchists' (that's you, by the way) get any ideas about protesting against our glorious leaders.
It was Wikileaked so it must be true. It couldn't have been planted and leaked through a useful sucker for the sake of credibility. It couldn't have been conveniently passed to the newspapers with anything other than completely coincidental timing.
It's no good, Cameroid. You're not going to avoid trouble by pretending it'll never happen. You won't escape the consequences of increasing oppression by calling those consequences 'unacceptable'.
Sooner or later, you'll have to accept them and deal with them.