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Here we are Now in that Garden of Eden well that is how this story goes ….So what would the ‘ Creation Be Like With God ‘ …

Well it needed Rain for all the animals, birds of the air to drink and of course Adam and his Mate so while we are sleeping ‘ God Looks Over His Creation ‘ with the Moonlight and is pleased and makes it rain so when we wake the Sun shines on the Righteous and we start our day with the sunlight entering our eyelids to wake us …..

The day is no longer ‘ Sweat of the Brow ‘ but Knowledge provided by the ‘ Word of God ‘ and its our job to have ‘ Dominion Over Birds of the Air & Fish of the Sea ‘ its time to eat from all the ‘ Seed Bearing Fruit ‘ and for the animals and birds to eat all that is green and both are good to eat as God made it the rain to make them grow

Its now time to 🙏🙏 and Give Thanks To God for our day and this is the ‘ Morning & Evening of the First Day and it was Good as God provided it with Kindness & Love In Peace & Truth as we lay down to sleep


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#AceDailyNews says here’s todays Newspaper Headlines: Its all about Chancellor Kwarteng saying he will bring ‘ Spending Under Control – Having Him ALREADY Pledged Billions Putting People’s Pensions in Danger & The Pound Falling to Parity with U.S $ ‘ Not much control there so far and today PM Truss says No details of How – What ‘ Only When ‘ 7th Oct advices but not until ‘ END OF NOVEMBER ‘ any OBR forecast & Its Conference Time to tell the Tory Party who half 2019 under Boris have already left the ‘ Sinking Ship Blunder Truss ‘ and the next step is ….. Kindness & Love XX says 🙏🙏’s to God Now Amen

Daily Telegraph front page - 01/10/22
Several front pages focus on the chaos in the UK financial markets. The Daily Telegraph reports the chancellor has vowed to publish a “credible” plan in November to reduce debt and steady the markets, which have been in turmoil since his mini-budget last week. In an article in the paper, Kwasi Kwarteng makes a “commitment” to bring government spending under control – and doubles down on his tax-cutting plans, arguing they may not be popular but “we had no other choice”.
Financial Times - 01/10/22
Pensions watchdogs responsible for regulating a £1.5 trillion area of the sector which “came close to imploding” are holding daily talks with fund managers “to stave off fresh crisis”, the Financial Times Weekend reports. The paper says pension funds are concerned a UK government bond sell-off, which caused the chaos this week, will resume when the Bank of England’s £65bn rescue measures end.
i front page - 01/10/22
“Tories rage at Truss” is the i weekend’s headline, reporting that recent polling suggests half of the 2019 Conservative voters have abandoned the party. This has caused “fury” among Tory MPs, with one former minister saying the prime minister was “finished”.
Daily Express front page - 01/10/22
Banks have warned that UK house prices are facing a “slump” over the “rocketing cost” of mortgage payments, according to the Daily Express. Seven rate rises since last year have pushed up interest payments and there are concerns some could soon be paying “£5,000 more a year to keep a roof over their heads”, leading to a “wave of forced sales” and a broader fall in house prices, the paper says.
Daily Star front page - 01/10/22
The Daily Star leads on the police search for Moors murder victim Keith Bennet, after potential human remains were found on Saddleworth Moor near Manchester, 58 years after he was killed by notorious serial killers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.
Daily Mail front page - 01/10/22
The Daily Mail’s front page is also dedicated to the search, reporting that Keith Bennet’s family are hoping his body will finally be found. The paper says it was the “first dig in decades” carried out by Greater Manchester Police for the 12-year-old.
Daily Mirror front page - 01/10/22
“Dig for the lost victim”, is the Daily Mirror’s headline, accompanying a picture of officers in protective gear searching for evidence on the moor. The paper reports that the search was launched after a writer claimed he had found the remains of a child of about Keith Bennett’s age.
Guardian front page - 01/10/22
The Guardian leads with an inquest’s “landmark” ruling that harmful posts on social media contributed to 14-year-old Molly Russell’s death. The paper reports that her father accused social media companies of “monetising misery” and leading her on a “demented trail of life-sucking content”. A coroner concluded that the teenager from London died in 2017 from an act of self-harm while suffering depression and the negative effects of online content.
Times front page - 01/10/22
The Times reports the Prince of Wales has “increased the pressure on tech companies and the government” over online safety regulation, following the coroner’s ruling. Prince William said “no parent should ever have to endure” what Molly’s family have and social media firms must not treat child safety as an “afterthought”.
Sun front page - 1/10/22
ITV presenter Phillip Schofield has lost a £1m advertising contract with We By Any Car, according to the Sun. The paper says the company is shooting new ads next week without him and he “no longer appears on its website” following allegations he “jumped the queue” to see the Queen lying in state. Following the row, ITV said he was filming for a piece to be aired after the funeral and did not jump the queue.
Liz Truss

Both Prime Minister Liz Truss and the Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng have written articles defending their tax cuts. In the Sun, the prime minister insists she has “an iron grip on UK finances” and pledges to return to “sound money”, amid – as the paper puts it – fears that her borrowing plans are out of control. She also promises economic reforms including a reduction in childcare red tape, loosening of immigration rules for some struggling sectors, and deregulation of planning. 

Writing in the Daily Telegraph, Mr Kwarteng says he will publish a “credible plan” in November to bring public spending under control. He says this will include a “commitment to spending discipline” with new fiscal rules and a blueprint to get government debt falling as a share of GDP. Mr Kwarteng also admits that not all measures in his mini-budget will be universally popular, but insists he had no other choice. The Telegraph says the comment is a sign that he will not reverse the abolition of the 45% top rate of income tax. 

A number of papers highlight anger within the Conservative Party at the government’s economic policies. Both the Telegraph and the Times say some Tory MPs are talking to Labour to try to find a way to overturn the mini-budget. The Sun and the Daily Mirror say the prime minister will face a rebellion if she goes back on a promise to increase benefit payments in line with inflation, next year, while giving tax cuts to millionaires.

A former Conservative minister tells the i newspaper that a number of MPs have signed letters of no confidence in Liz Truss. Another senior Tory described the prime minister as “the Conservative Corbyn”. An editorial in the Daily Mail urges the Conservatives to “stick with Liz,” because her policies – from reducing energy bills to one of the biggest tax giveaways in history – are “commendable” and “defendable”. The Guardian, though, says the country needs better leadership. Finding a new Tory leader would be messy, its editorial says, but the alternative looks worse.


The Daily Express leads on a warning from the bank HSBC that rocketing mortgage payments could result in “mass forced sales.” The paper says that could cause a sizeable fall in house prices of 20% or more. The Guardian says protests against the rising cost of living are expected to be held today in Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton and London. The paper says some of those taking part are expected to set fire to their energy bills.

“Have they found Keith at last?” is the headline on the front of the Daily Mail which, like the Mirror and the Daily Star, leads on the new police search for the remains of Keith Bennett – the 12-year-old boy killed by the Moors Murderers in 1964. The sight of a blue police forensic tent on Saddleworth Moor is described by the Daily Mail as a “haunting reminder” of the horrors perpetrated by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. 

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“The sway of alcohol over mankind is unquestionably due to its power to stimulate the mystical faculties of human nature, usually crushed to earth by the cold facts and dry criticisms of the sober hour.”

—William James

‘A single glass of champagne imparts a feeling of exhilaration. The nerves are braced, the imagination is agreeably stirred, and the wits become more nimble. A bottle produces a contrary effect. – Winston Churchill


Did you know ⭐⭐⭐

People think a soul mate is your perfect fit, and that’s what everyone wants. But a true soul mate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life. A true soul mate is probably the most important person you’ll ever meet, because they tear down your walls and smack you awake. Soul mates, they come into your life to reveal all your layers to you. A soul mate’s purpose is to shake you up, tear apart your ego a little bit, show you your obstacles and addictions, break your heart open so new light can get in, and make you so desperate and out of control that you have to transform your life.




A real relationship is the one where your love for your partner is much higher than your ego. Where your understanding of each other’s feelings is greater than your conflicts. Where your emotional bonding is so strong that the fights cannot survive for longer than a few minutes. Where there is so much intimacy, honesty and freedom that there is no room jealousy. Where you respect each others personal space and where there no space for a third person to come in between. A real relationship is the one where you treasure and treat each others heart as your own. A real relationship is not a struggle for control, domination or power. It is a struggle for making your bond stronger and stronger eachday with more love, peace and harmony. A real relationship is where both partners get inner peace just by being with each other and where all their conflicts and fights end up in each others arms….

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FEATURED: North Korean Hackers Weaponizing Open-Source Software in Latest Cyber Attacks

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#AceNewsDesk – A “highly operational, destructive, and sophisticated nation-state activity group” with ties to North Korea has been weaponizing open source software in their social engineering campaigns aimed at companies around the world since June 2022.

North Korean

Microsoft’s threat intelligence teams, alongside LinkedIn Threat Prevention and Defense, attributed the intrusions with high confidence to Zinc, which is also tracked under the names Labyrinth Chollima.

Attacks targeted employees in organizations across multiple industries, including media, defense and aerospace, and IT services in the U.S., the U.K., India, and Russia.

The tech giant said it observed Zinc leveraging a “wide range of open-source software including PuTTY, KiTTY, TightVNC, Sumatra PDF Reader, and muPDF/Subliminal Recording software installer for these attacks.”

According to CrowdStrike, Zinc “has been active since 2009 in operations aimed at collecting political, military, and economic intelligence on North Korea’s foreign adversaries and conducting currency generation campaigns.”

The latest findings dovetail with a recent report from Google-owned Mandiant, which uncovered the adversary’s use of PuTTY via fraudulent job lures shared with potential targets on LinkedIn as part of a campaign dubbed Operation Dream Job.

This involves establishing initial connections with individuals by posing as recruitment professionals as a trust-building exercise, before moving the conversation to WhatsApp, where a tailored lure document or seemingly benign software is shared, effectively activating the infection sequence.

A successful compromise is followed by the threat actor moving laterally across the network and exfiltrating collected information of interest by deploying a backdoor called ZetaNile (aka BLINDINGCAN OR AIRDRY).

But in a bid to evade security defenses and avoid raising red flags, the implant is downloaded only when the victim uses the SSH clients to connect to a particular IP address through the credentials specified in a separate text file.

Likewise, attacks employing the trojanized version of TightVNC Viewer are configured to install the backdoor only when the user selects a particular remote host from the options provided.

“Zinc attacks appear to be motivated by traditional cyberespionage, theft of personal and corporate data, financial gain, and corporate network destruction,” the company said.

“Zinc attacks bear many hallmarks of state-sponsored activities, such as heightened operational security, sophisticated malware that evolves over time, and politically motivated targeting.”

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FEATURED: Cyber Attacks Against Middle East Governments Hide Malware in Windows logo

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#AceNewsDesk – An espionage-focused threat actor has been observed using a steganographic trick to conceal a previously undocumented backdoor in a Windows logo in its attacks against Middle Eastern governments.


Broadcom’s Symantec Threat Hunter Team attributed the updated tooling to a hacking group it tracks under the name Witchetty, which is also known as LookingFrog, a subgroup operating under the TA410 umbrella.

Intrusions involving TA410 – which is believed to share connections with a Chinese threat group known as APT10 (aka Cicada, Stone Panda, or TA429) – primarily feature a modular implant called LookBack.

Symantec’s latest analysis of attacks between February and September 2022, during which the group targeted the governments of two Middle Eastern countries and the stock exchange of an African nation, highlights the use of a new backdoor called Stegmap.

The new malware leverages steganography – a technique used to embed a message (in this case, malware) in a non-secret document – to extract malicious code from a bitmap image of an old Microsoft Windows logo hosted on a GitHub repository.

“Disguising the payload in this fashion allowed the attackers to host it on a free, trusted service,” the researchers said. “Downloads from trusted hosts such as GitHub are far less likely to raise red flags than downloads from an attacker-controlled command-and-control (C&C) server.”

Stegmap, like any other backdoor, has an extensive array of features that allows it to carry out file manipulation operations, download and run executables, terminate processes, and make Windows Registry modifications.

Attacks that lead to the deployment of Stegmap weaponize ProxyLogon and ProxyShell vulnerabilities in Exchange Server to drop the China Chopper web shell, that’s then used to carry out credential theft and lateral movement activities, before launching the LookBack malware.

A timeline of an intrusion on a government agency in the Middle East reveals Witchetty maintaining remote access for as many as six months and mounting a wide range of post-exploitation efforts till September 1, 2022.

” Witchetty has demonstrated the ability to continually refine and refresh its toolset in order to compromise targets of interest,” the researchers said.

“Exploitation of vulnerabilities on public-facing servers provides it with a route into organizations, while custom tools paired with adept use of living-off-the-land tactics allow it to maintain a long-term, persistent presence in targeted organizations.”

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EXCLUSIVE: Senior Indonesian officials targeted by spyware last year

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#AceNewsDesk – Sept 30 (Reuters) – More than a dozen senior Indonesian government and military officials were targeted last year with spy software designed by an Israeli surveillance firm, according to nine people with knowledge of the matter by – Published: 30, 20229:55 AM GMT

Reuters Exclusive Report:

Six of the individuals told Reuters they were targeted themselves.

The targets included Chief Economic Minister Airlangga Hartarto, senior military personnel, two regional diplomats, and advisers in Indonesia’s defence and foreign affairs ministries, according to the people.

Six of the Indonesian officials and advisers targeted told Reuters they received an email message from Apple Inc (AAPL.O) in November 2021 telling them that Apple believed officials were being “targeted by state-sponsored attackers.”

Reuters was unable to determine who made or used the spyware to target the Indonesian officials, whether the attempts were successful, and, if so, what the hackers might have obtained.

Apple has not disclosed the identities or number of users targeted. The company declined to comment for this story.

Apple and security researchers have said the recipients of the warnings were targeted using ForcedEntry, an advanced piece of software that has been used by Israeli cyber surveillance vendor NSO Group to help foreign spy agencies remotely and invisibly take control of iPhones. Another Israeli cyber firm, QuaDream, has developed a nearly identical hacking tool, Reuters has reported.

The attempt to target Indonesian officials, which has not previously been reported, is one of the biggest cases yet seen of the software being used against government, military and defence ministry personnel, according to cybersecurity experts.

A spokesman for the Foreign Affairs Ministry said they were unaware of the case and referred Reuters to BSSN.

Spokespeople for the Indonesian government, the Indonesian military, the Indonesian Defence Ministry and the Indonesian Cyber and Crypto Agency (BSSN) did not respond to requests for comments and emailed questions.

Alia Karenina, a spokesperson for Airlangga’s ministry, said the minister, a top ally of Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo, did not receive any notification from Apple about the attempted hack on his official email account.

Apple patched the vulnerability in September last year and in November started sending notification messages to what it called a “small number of users that it discovered may have been targeted.”

She said the minister has not installed his official email on his personal phone and uses multiple mobile devices. Alia did not respond to questions on whether other emails used by Airlangga received a warning from Apple.

The use of ForcedEntry, which exploits a flaw in iPhones through a new hacking technique that requires no user interactions, was made public by cybersecurity watchdog Citizen Lab in September 2021. Google security researchers described it as the “most technically sophisticated” hacking attack they had ever seen, in a company blog post published in December.

In response to Reuters questions, an NSO spokesperson denied the company’s software was involved in the targeting of Indonesian officials, dismissing it as “contractually and technologically impossible,” without specifying why. The company, which does not disclose the identity of its customers, says it sells its products only to “vetted and legitimate” government entities.

QuaDream did not respond to requests for comment.

In addition to the six officials and advisers who told Reuters they were targeted, a director at a state-owned Indonesian firm that provides weapons to the Indonesian army got the same message from Apple, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. The people asked not to be identified due to the sensitivity of the matter. The company director did not respond to requests for comment.

Within weeks of Apple’s notification in November last year, the U.S. government added NSO to the Department of Commerce’s ‘entity list,’ which makes it harder for U.S. companies to do business with it, after determining that the firm’s phone-hacking technology had been used by foreign governments to “maliciously target” political dissidents around the world.

Reuters: Reporting by Fanny Potkin in Singapore, Tom Allard in Jakarta, Kate Lamb in Sydney and Christopher Bing in Washington; Additional reporting by Jakarta bureau; Editing by Bill Rigby: Award-winning reporter covering the intersection between technology and national security with a focus on how the evolving cybersecurity landscape affects government and business.

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BREAKING AUSTRALIA: AFP Operation Guardian Report: Delivers specialised protection for 10,000 OPTUS customers

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#AceBreakingNews – The AFP and state and territory police have set up Operation Guardian to supercharge the protection of more than 10,000 customers whose identification credentials have been unlawfully released online under the Optus data breach.

This is a joint media release with the Australian Federal Police, all State and Territory Police, Australian Cyber Security Centre, Australian Banking Association, IDCARE and Customer Owned Banking Association.

Customers affected by the breach will receive multi-jurisdictional and multi-layered protection from identity crime and financial fraud. The 10,000 individuals, who potentially had 100 points of identification released online, will be prioritised.

Editors note: AFP Operation Guardian – Press Conference vision and audio is available via this Hightail link

Under the AFP-led JPC3, which is a joint partnership between law enforcement, the private sector and industry to combat the growing threat of cybercrime, Operation Guardian will focus on key measures to help shield affected customers, including:

  • Identifying the 10,000 individuals across Australia now at risk of identity fraud and alerting industry to enable further protection for those members of the public,
  • Monitoring online forums, the internet and the dark web for other criminals trying to exploit the personal information released online,
  • Engaging with the financial service industry to detect criminal activity associated with the data breach,
  • Analysing trends from ReportCyber to determine whether there are links between individuals who have been exploited, and
  • To identify and disrupt cyber criminals.

The JPC3 will use collective legislative powers, experience, investigative and intelligence capabilities of all Australian policing jurisdictions.

It will also complement other agencies, including the work by the Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).

AFP Assistant Commissioner Cyber Command Justine Gough said while a post on an online forum advertising the stolen data for sale had been removed, other criminals may have access to some, or all, of the data.

“Australian law enforcement agencies are working together and with industry partners to actively monitor any subsequent misuse of the data,’’ Assistant Commissioner Gough said.

“Australian law enforcement are aware of current criminal activity attempting to target and exploit impacted Optus customers that have been the subject of this data breach.

“Operation Guardian should send a clear warning to cybercriminals. The AFP, state and territory police plus other agencies through the JPC3 have a laser-like focus, plus a significant number of resources and legislative powers, to identify cybercrime targets.”

Assistant Commissioner Gough said Optus was cooperating fully with the AFP investigation and Optus’s early engagement and disclosure was helping the investigation.

Victoria Police Crime Command Cybercrime Division Detective Superintendent Jane Welsh said successfully responding to and preventing these crimes would only happen if law enforcement and our partners worked together.

“Victoria Police will continue to work collaboratively, offering our skill and expertise wherever possible,’’ Det-Supt Welsh said.

NSW Police State Command Cybercrime Detective Superintendent Matt Craft said NSW Police is helping to ensure we help protect those NSW Optus customers vulnerable to the breach and encourages all NSW residents to be extra vigilant about their online security.

Queensland Police Service Financial Crime and Cybercrime Group Detective Acting Superintendent Mike Newman said this is a timely reminder to individuals looking to profit from the release of this data that the QPS Cybercrime Squad will actively work together with other squads from around Australia to locate and prosecute cybercrime offenders.

Western Australia Police Force Financial Crimes Division Detective Superintendent Robert Anderson said, WA Police Force Cybercrime Investigation and Financial Crimes squad will work hand-in-hand with other police jurisdictions around Australia to locate and prosecute cybercrime offenders and assist those who have suffered as a result of this crime.

South Australia Police Financial and Cybercrime Investigation Branch Detective Chief Inspector Darren Fielke said South Australian victims affected by the data breach were advised to change their driver’s licence number by attending a Service SA Centre. The $20 fee for the new licence will be waived.

“Scammers are now sending phishing emails and text messages to victims requesting money to be sent to prevent their credentials been used fraudulently. Do not respond to any of these requests for money or requests for the purchase of gift cards,’’ Det Chief Inspector Fielke said.

Tasmania Police Crime and Intelligence Command Detective Sergeant Paul Turner said Tasmania Police Cyber Crime unit are working closely with the Australian Federal Police and other law enforcement agencies around the country to assist in the location of those persons responsible and ensure that local Tasmanians are protected from further harm.

The Australian Banking Association and Customer Owned Banking Association have jointly advised that:

  • Australian banks are working with the government and across the community to contribute to strengthening Australia’s cyber security resilience.
  • Banks’ focus is on protecting customers and have built strong cyber protection systems to keep their customers safe.
  • During periods of heightened risk banks increase their monitoring activities and existing safeguards are bolstered.

Members of the public, especially Optus customers, are asked to be extra cautious about unsolicited contact about the data breach.

There are reports that sophisticated scammers are contacting Optus customers via phone, email and text to get further personal information from the victims of the breach.

The public are encouraged to:

  • Look out for any suspicious or unexpected activity across your online accounts, including your telco, bank and utilities accounts. Make sure to report any suspicious activity in your bank account immediately to your financial institution;
  • Do not click on any links in any email or SMS claiming to be from Optus;
  • If someone calls claiming to be from Optus, police, bank or another organisation and offers to help you with the data breach, consider hanging up and contacting the organisation on its official contact details. This can be a scammer calling using your personal information.
  • Never click on any links that look suspicious and never provide your passwords, your bank’s one time pins, or any personal or financial information, and.
  • If people call posing as a credible organisation and request access to your computer, always say no.

David Lacey, IDCARE, a not-for-profit charity providing cyber support services said it was providing support to individuals who believed they may be experiencing identity misuse as a result of the Optus breach. 

“If you believe you have experienced identity misuse, you can book a time in with an IDCARE Case Manager via their Get Help for Individuals online form at,’’ Mr Lacey said.

He said that since the breach, IDCARE has responded to more than 10,000 requests for information from the public.

If you believe you are a victim of Cybercrime, report it to ReportCyber at

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For Me God is Perfect – Now many will say if God was so perfect Why Does He Not Do This Or That ….l say is that not Your Plan and is that not Your Way – For Me l learned to 🙏🙏 for Others and Learn as God Taught Me – Oh it was not easy in the Beginning l wanted My own way and believed l was Right – You see for many times in my Life l would fight the Truth – Oh No not God as l Now Know is the Truth – But My understanding and My way and after much pain l learned that l was wrong and right in that order it took many many twists and turns on his path of Righteousness but one day l realised that Everything is Perfect and in Divine Proportion in Creation and All Things That Come From God

l saw it in Me and felt it in Me and that was the ‘ Perfect Truth of God ‘ a ‘ Divine All Seeing God ‘ watching over Me since and before l was even Born in his Image and that Perfect Truth was that we maybe different maybe from a different town or country and may l say gender and ethnicity but we are All Perfect in the Image of God as a Blade of Grass is perfect to any other and so made in his Image in Me with all that l Am today from the ‘ Word of God ‘ given with Perfect Divine Proportions with Kindness & Love In Peace & Truth



Australian News


  • Little of importance took place in Australia in the weeks following the equinox. The nation’s TV screens were awash with gambling advertisements, interspersed with a few minutes of various footie finals. Racism was briefly mentioned by several former AFL players, but their claims were soon forgotten as the crowds roared and the bookies collected.
  • For much of the past fortnight the nation has seemingly been preoccupied with the London funeral of an elderly German lady. Britons queued in their millions for up to a day to view a varnished wooden box. Nobody was allowed to say anything about colonialism or racism, on pain of banishment. The British Army put on one of its trademark displays of precision marching, a spectacle not rivalled since Arnhem in 1944. Various Royals performed their ceremonial duties admirably. The late monarch’s corgis looked uncomfortable being minded by their new master, the Loch Ness Noncer formerly known as Prince Andrew. The tolerant British public even made a show of welcoming back the exiles Harry and Meghan, though neither expressed much interest in going for a romantic evening drive around Paris.
  • While all this was going on the British pound fell to its lowest level in 40 years. Newly-crowned PM Truss says it was a mere hiccup, all part of a cunning plan which would be revealed in the fullness of time, and tried to blame the godless President Putin.
  • In America, the worst hurricane in decades levelled much of Florida, though the palatial golfing estate of former President Creosote was somehow spared. The rotund financial genius was elsewhere at the time, busily declassifying documents by thinking about them. The entire Creosote clan is now facing fraud charges, which should surprise few.
  • In Australia, shredders all over Canberra were frenziedly grinding away into the small hours as dozens of former Liberal Ministers & staffers hurried to destroy evidence ahead of the looming Federal ICAC hearings. Some voters, while welcoming the corruption probe, were dismayed that most of the hearings would be held behind closed doors. A Labor spokesman explained that televising all the ICAC hearings would tend to bore the viewing public and might lessen network revenues from important advertisers like fast food chains, bookmakers, and Harvey Norman.
  • Almost a third of adult Australians have lost personal data in yet another instance of corporate incompetence. Optus is the guilty party in this case, the telco giant having fallen victim to hackers with the apparent reading level of a nine-year-old. Passports and drivers’ licences by the million will have to be replaced. Media commentators are struggling to explain why such a powerful company did not have better security, while insisting that the claim that such corporations have a duty of care is rank socialism. Several notable Liberals are or have been well-placed in upper Optus management, including former federal Communications boss Paul Felsher and disgraced NSW Premier Gladys BinChikian. Neither was available for comment.
  • With the change of seasons, finally, comes yet another fire season. Greenies will once again be blamed for starting bushfires, many will wonder what happened to all those millions promised by the last Federal government, small townships will be wiped out, and climate deniers will dominate the ABC’s current affairs programs. At least we’ll be spared the shameful vision of a Prime Minister slinking off to Hawaii as half the nation burns. Can’t run too far when you’re due in the witness box next morning, eh Scottie? Try to enjoy your week. It won’t be long before we get to spend some of those lovely new King Charles fivers! 😄