[Tit for tat]
China says it is ready to help Venezuela to restore its power grid. The South American country suffered a five-day blackout, with Caracas accusing Washington of cyber "sabotage."
Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Beijing had noted reports that the power grid had gone down due to a hacking attack.
[I will bet you that they indeed noted reports... in fact they have been noting reports, like the rest of the undead have been noting these same reports.]
"China is deeply concerned about this," Lu said, adding that Beijing "hopes that the Venezuelan side can discover the reason for this issue as soon as possible and resume normal power supply and social order.
"China is willing to provide help and technical support to restore Venezuela's power grid," said the spokesman.
[I interpret this remark to mean that the Chinese will identify the hacking party very quickly.]
Canada has announced a nationwide ban on Boeing 737 MAX flights in its airspace, citing "new data" linking two deadly crashes. Info from the US federal database revealed pilots have long been complaining about the plane's issues.
How about a little James Corbett from 2011 Crashes of Convenience as a comment on hacking planes, cars.
Perhaps the faction running the murderous Venezuelan operations are about to get some more payback. So much for protecting our national security... assw or [substitute your own derogatory remarks].