Buckle Up and Cut the Crap, we’re on the ‘Belt Road’ to Armageddon.

“The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) simply blows out of the water anything else that’s been attempted in human history.”
“As currently planned, it will involve some 7,000 separate infrastructure or extractive industry projects scattered across 70-odd nations, with a total price-tag of $8 trillion. It’ll span half the planet — from Asia to Africa, Europe and the South Pacific. It’ll affect every facet of human endeavor, in one way or another.”
It will be business as usual on steroids.

It’s way past the time that we need to get our heads out of our  arses or our slave owners ones and be realistic  about the fact that the juggernaut  we are strapped into has already careened off the cliff. The only two things I can see derailing this latest lunacy is war or the collapse of industrial civilisation, which is in-itself now an extinction event for our favourite species due to the loss of ‘Global Dimming’ ,with it’s attendant temperature spike and the meltdown of 350 + nuclear plants and their more horrific 1300 odd spent fuel pool fires.
I expect we’ll get both as the last few resource wars are fought to our bitter end.

To get a sense of perspective lets look at just one of the 7000 projects courtesy of The Third Pole

Will Two Chinese Dams affect the Belt and Road Initative?
“China Three Gorges Corporation (CTG)received the licence to develop the West Seti dam in 2011 after the Australian firm SMEC, which held the permit for over a decade, failed to raise investment for the project.”
“CTG representatives are now asking the government to guarantee a 17% return on investment besides issuing a sovereign guarantee. If these conditions are not met, they say the project will not be feasible.”
A 17% guaranteed return with a sovereign guarantee! Every predatory investor on the already crippled planet will compete for some skin in that ‘game’.

Now factor in the dire consequences of the other 6999 projects. Starting to get my drift are we?

By all means lower your carbon footprint however you can but lets keep a sense of perspective on where we are at. All the squirly lightbulbs, electric cars, solar panels, wind generators  and best of intentions in the world won’t mitigate the carbon footprint of a small fraction of this series of projects.
It’s way past the time that the so called alternative energy options are able to mitigate our predicament to date, especially considering the 10 to 30 year lag between emissions and when we see their full consequences manifest, let alone this latest nightmare. The inertia in the system is enormous.
We need to stop lying to ourselves and our youth that the department of capitalism that markets renewables to the unquestioning is a viable ‘alternative’ in the bigger scheme of things.

The carbon emissions alone from such a series of projects will be mind boggling but wait, there’s always more;
“In biodiversity and environmental terms, again, it’s the worst thing we’ve seen anywhere — and in the past forty years, I and my colleagues have seen some pretty horrific stuff in the Amazon, Africa, Southeast Asia and the South Pacific. I actually think the BRI will have a greater net impact on ecosystems than it does global warming.”

Recently on this blog I referred to the removal of 150 to 200 species every day as the ultimate game of Climate Change and Extinction Jinga  Imagine the chaos this proposal will have on the already precarious situation we find ourselves and our other earthlings  in!

More detail below on the “The Belt and Road Initiative” ;
China’s Global Energy Initative Could Bring Environmental Catastrophe;

It is imperative that we Join the Dots and be honest with ourselves and those we love when facing the climate/extinction crises. We are so  far up shit creek that the nonsense being espoused by the Green and Left Parties on renewables and carbon quotas by some far off date like 2030 or 2050 needs to be challenged and dismissed for the snake oil it really is. It’s little more than re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic after the stern has sunk below the irradiated, plastercised, hypoxic “Canfield Ocean”.
We are being distracted by corporate NGO’s that need you to sign near worthless online petitions and for you to send money for their very survival. Many of them are now little more than another one of the corporations that are grinding the living planet into dust. I saw a petition today that was petitioning the White House that Slaves Built. WTF are you thinking petitioning the White House? Whatever you’re smoking is making you delusional. Don and the other swamp rats await the rapture. Runaway abrupt climate change is a gift from their evangelical ‘God’.

If your reading this blog regularly, you’ll know that the situation is extremely dire from what we know but there is so much we have yet to grasp and uncover. There can only be a host of so called “Black Swan Events” waiting to appear when we least expect.
There is a veritable “Shit Storm” coming ready or not. Everything is happening faster than previously thought.

Shit Storm


Activist, sailor, passionate about the earth and all it's inhabitants without favour . Brace for imminent impact as we bare witness to the non-linear unraveling of the biosphere and habitability disappearing for most if not all complex life on the only habitable planet we know of. To quote President Niinistö in North Russia: ‘If We Lose the Arctic, We Lose the World’. Folks we have lost the Arctic.

Posted in Abrupt Climate Change, Catastrophe, Collapse, Energy Industry, Rapid Climate Change
22 comments on “Buckle Up and Cut the Crap, we’re on the ‘Belt Road’ to Armageddon.
  1. seal morgan says:

    Whatever I happen to smoke from my own ‘legal’ garden does not make me delusional. But if I happen to accidentally see the front page of a corporate-owned newspaper, or if I walk unsuspecting into someone’s house where a blaring television has airbrushed ignorant talking heads blatting about the latest and greatest indignity to the US corporate/MIC ego, those moments can definitely make me feel as if I’m delusional. What they are smoking is to be avoided at all costs because it’s like a airborne virus infection that all you can do is run away as you watch people lose all their critical thinking capabilities within minutes of contact…if they had any critical thinking skills in the first place. Which is doubtful.

    I turned off the tv in 1993, and cannot read a so-call ‘newspaper’ without getting upset and arguing with it. I’m better off without either I’ve found. Most people would be better off without…but then they wouldn’t know what to think.

    Yep, we have lost the Arctic. No doubt about it when you add in that CO2 lag time you’ve mentioned again. And the world is losing the Antarctic, and Greenland, and the world’s glaciers, and the Siberian methane clatrates, and and…oh my.

    It makes one wonder just where that Planet B is, and how do we get there, doesn’t it? Oh wait, only the obscenely wealthy would be allowed to migrate. And their military. Never mind. Would rather not be there to watch this happen all over again.

    I tell people that the climate and environmental cliff we’ve fallen off of is so far above our heads that we can’t see the edge. I have documentation, science facts, and they don’t get it, don’t want to get it, don’t want to read anything at all, and as I speak I watch the wall of indifference cover their eyes as they stick their noses right back into their cellphones to see who has ‘liked’ them on their FaceBlech page today.

    Nope, don’t have either of those, either. It is a choice and I’m certainly better off without both of those modern conveniences, too, I’m guessing.

    Used to read NBL years and years ago then he gave up the Mud Hut and exited to Belize(?) I think. What’s the point, right? But I pop in and read what you write here quite often as I do other reality shit-show science sites along with anything not corporate. Consortium News, other places, all is so dismal. Are our species truly this damned stupid? Seems so.

    I imagine I should quit waiting to read any good news, though. With the Class War having been won worldwide by indecently wealthy psychopathic personalities there isn’t going to be any good news about climate or environment. Not ever. That is extremely depressing to contemplate.

    I watch the corporate clearcut logging ops going on everywhere in these mountains and ridgelines that are all around me here in the corner of NE Washington State. And this year I’m getting to watch the birds starve to death. They came early (92’F in APRIL at 49’N Latitude!) and left because there was and still are a decided lack of flying insects for the swallows and other flying-to-eat birds. 72 species of birds used to show at one time or another every year here, but only the robins and other ground feeders are still finding food for their babies. For the first time this Spring there are birdhouses around this ridgeline property that are not being fought over. As a matter of fact there are empty birdhouses with no tenants; a first in my experience. Very few hummingbirds made it back this year, too. This is scary.

    The alarms are going off daily and nobody is listening, nobody is seeing. The young people that know and talk with me (the old surfer/skater/snowboarder/musician/karate teacher dude so I’m a ‘safe’ adult to talk to) ask me what I’ve read lately. They are far more aware than their elders think they are. And I tell them to not have babies and why they shouldn’t. They are listening far more than any ‘adult’ I know around here. And I tell them to ‘do something fun every day’ because…well, you know.

    Should I thank you for what you write? Maybe, but it would be much better if you put up cute kitty photos and maybe added some patriotic military pictures of nuclear missiles and aircraft carrier flyovers so that this site can, you know, tone down the stark reality of what you scribble.

    On the other hand there are enough of those already so maybe not. But I do thank you for being a voice in the wilderness. It’s hard to be…socially unacceptable because you don’t fit or think in the corporate-approved construct surrounding you.

    seal morgan

    aka: sealintheSelkirks

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    • Kevin Hester says:

      Thanks for your informed analysis and anecdotal observations Seal,especially regarding the bird life dropping away.
      Here’s the link to what the President of Finland had to say about the Arctic;


      • seal morgan says:

        Hello again, thanks for the reply though I didn’t expect one.

        Old news you sent me in the finlandtoday piece. Read it elsewhere when it was published. I read too much obviously.

        I do honestly think we are way past losing the Arctic and expect very soon that the ice cap will just go ‘poof’ and disappear one sunny summer day. This year? Next year? The year after? The climate collapse acceleration is mind boggling in every category one cares to look at.

        410ppm CO2+ now being measured daily at Moana Loa observatory. That is staggering to contemplate. At least to anyone with any Geo-historical knowledge of the past influences of CO2 on this planet. Again, oh my!

        Add in what I’ve been reading about the latest Antarctic and Greenland. Nothing humans can do at this point to stop it. Shut the entire industrialized world down and instant chaos and death and rioting while the climate will still continue to spin madly in directions we probably don’t know of yet. And for a very long time in human terms. Positive feedback are kicking in. We can only guess at those. So humans burn more and ignore consequences.

        It not only scares the piss out of me but there are times that it leaves one feeling sucker punched when something in your brain clicks into another piece of disparate information and suddenly all of it makes sense together. Breathless feeling. It’s just too much!

        As for the Paris agreement in the finlandtoday article, that was rendered so toothless as to be essentially useless. Besides the fact that it didn’t go far enough to even make a small dent in the continuous and rapidly increasing outpouring of CO2 worldwide, it had no enforcement clause. It’s just a dog & pony show for the politicians, and when corporate power is allowed to ‘finance’ the meetings what does one expect?

        A political ‘agreement’ made by sociopath politicians and their corporate owners intent on keeping their own wealth and power pretty much speaks for itself.

        As is the IPCC. Another utterly useless politicized group touted as the be-all of know-all that is so far behind the current science due to the politics inherent in such a body that I don’t give its pronouncements much credence. Refusing to even consider adding in the Siberian & Arctic Ocean methane clathrate releases in their publications? Really?

        I read the last Arctic Emergency Methane Group posting when they folded up shop years ago. That last summary…pretty much said everything one does not want to hear. And I read Sam Carrena’s Arctic blog and puzzle over those graphs and charts he’s always putting up trying to fit it into my mental ‘world picture.’ And Shakhova’s damned Siberian methane zits are already popping their heads off. The Tyndall Center, Kevin Anderson, InsideClimateNews, on and on it goes. I can’t keep up with all that is being published nearly daily and don’t try to, but my curiosity demands that I continue reading about it from as many directions as I can handle.

        I used to print out copies of what I was reading and the charts and other documents (had an income then that could afford the ink & reams of paper), and used to mail and email out to friends and family every couple of months about what I had read on climate. Not anymore, not for a few years now. Nobody wants to read any of it. Even my nearing-40 years of friendship & surfing ex-biology teacher and MS in Sp Ed best friend who’s lived in Hawai’i for the last 25 years said enough, don’t send anything on climate anymore. As he said, it is all too depressing and he knows how bad it is but doesn’t want to actually read it.

        As has my 75 year old neighbor and retired high school biology teacher & librarian & fighter of the Forest Service logging contracts. Mike and I used to share info often, spend time talking about what we’d read (we read similar info but from different books and websites and perspective). We haven’t talked much on this subject over the last 4-5 years. His wife would get mad at him for even talking about it and it was causing some pretty intense friction. She loudly repeated that she did not want to know because she can’t do anything about it. So they keep making the drive to the coast to visit the grandkids that live around Seattle and to shut completely out of her mind what their lives are going to be like soon enough. She told me recently that she only reads headlines now. And I assume in mainstream corporate media. So she becomes less educated daily.

        I was flabbergasted at that comment. What does one say to something like that?

        Mike has 50 years of calendars, records of every day’s weather over the last five decades in these mountains on the same piece of property. There is a markedly noticeable change point about 20 years ago that he pointed out. Radical changes here in the Selkirk Range of eastern Washington State that I’ve seen and I’ve been in this mountain range only 14 winters. My calendars are full of weather data. too, and I’m seeing big changes in my time here.

        I’ve looked through a bunch of his old ones, the winters especially being a mountain surfer, and you can’t really say it even snows much here anymore in comparison to what the average was back then. And in truth it doesn’t. From -35’F winters with 4 feet of snowpack starting from October to April, and now it rains in January at my elevation (2339′) as it does on top of the local ski hill. My big Ariens snowthrower rarely gets used more than once or twice a winter now with some years not at all as the road into the property turns to mud because it melts or gets rained on.

        This is the fourth mountain range I’ve lived in since the mid-80s, progressively farther and farther north, and the freaky weather is following me!

        Changing thoughts into another direction:

        I still have a copy of a summary of the ‘secret’ 2003 Pentagon climate collapse report given to little Wankerbush and President Cheney back in 2004. The one that was buried for months until someone leaked it to the Observer/UK (the copy I have). Mega-droughts, famine, rising seas, wars over dwindling resources and always over oil, huge refugee populations trying to escape death in their own countries. Commissioned by influential Pentagon advisor Andrew Marshall, it laid out “an imminent scenario of catastrophic climate change”…that is ‘plausible and would challenge the US national security in ways that should be considered immediately’. By 2020 ‘catastrophic’ shortages of water and energy supplies will become increasingly harder to overcome. The report states expected worse problems by 2024.

        It was just one tiny report that few paid attention to and those that did had no influence on policy changes in government. It was Dick Cheney’s show, and he’s a Halliburton oil man. It was rapidly buried under the onslaught of the continuing destruction of Iraq and forgotten.

        Seems that in 2018 we are seeing a lot of that report in action, doesn’t it?

        I apologize for replying at length. It’s not a busy day on this property with another bout of t-cell lightning storms blowing by overhead again. Sticky heat and every Friday of this month has had lightning but last night was the less obvious Friday as it didn’t flash overhead and no bolts were hitting the ground less than a one second count away for a change. But I could hear thunder and the old dog went to panic panting and was trying to find somewhere to hide so I know there was more that I couldn’t hear to the west over the Huckleberry Mountains. Never quite got here but there are more t-cells in the sky to the west and black & gray overcast clouds in every direction. Where I live used to have the last freeze in June…it is just starting to sprinkle.

        I hope this reply finds you doing something fun today.


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  2. Kevin Hester says:

    But wait, there’s more!


  3. wqjcv says:

    Would mountainous regions be more sensitive to climate change due to the effect of elevation? These regions also have rain shadows that sustain micro-climates.

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  4. Frank Lott says:

    I suppose this could be true…. mega tons of ice melt would affect gravity and the tectonic plates……… yes not unlikely

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  5. Alex Smith says:

    Kevin you’ve hit a mega issue again. The Belt and Road initiative seems to envision building an artificial industrial skin over vast areas of the planet (replacing the natural skin). Aside from the suicidal amount of carbon involved, there will be ripples of large-scale unintended consequences. Waterways and species extinction are just some.

    Imagine the movement of people, not just goods. Perhaps the Chinese government assumes excess Chinese population will move OUT along these transportation corridors, but other humans could migrate inward, toward the last standing signs of civilization? Of course invasive species will also travel both ways.

    What we now know is that decentralization and localization with permaculture is the only viable option. China pictures itself as the engine – but “engines” are from the economy of the 1900’s. Sure America was “successful” by building the Interstate Highway system in the 1950’s, but all that assumed infinite fossil fuels, and no affect on the atmosphere, both of which are now wrong.

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  6. I.M. Noman says:

    A tennis star is cutting down on his use of plastic racket covers. This could be a game changer!


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  7. seal morgan says:

    Ironic humor I’m guessing? Yet if we don’t find something to laugh about our faces may freeze solid being overwhelmed with grief or madness at it all… I pulled a dead woman out of a very cold ocean three decades ago, and her face had frozen at the moment she realized that she was drowned. Believe me, dumb humor about tennis pros is better though reality is punching hard at all of us…

    Update on my comments earlier about insects here in these mountains. I don’t know if it’s getting worse than I noticed at first or if I’m becoming increasingly more aware of it as the heat of summer bakes us. It’s been 100’F+/38’C+ the last few days (this started in April, near 90’F!) and another gigantic lightning storm roared through last night right around dark. Every Friday in June a t-cell lightning storm came through. Seems like it might continue this month.

    But the insects. They didn’t show up with the heat. Usually I can see tons of them flying around between the house and the apple tree in heat and there are practically none. At night the windows are mostly clear of bugs being attracted by the house lights, and when I turned on the outside yard/security light the other night (I was working in the shop and it’s best to have a light on due to bears, cougars, and coyote packs) there were NO INSECTS batting around the light 25 feet up. The crowd of moths that always show up when it goes on was down to just a couple every time I walked outside and looked up.

    Almost no butterflies during the days, either. As in five or ten across my 8 acre forested property and those may be the same ones counted twice. The flying Chinese Knapweed weevils I released ten years ago have done an incredible job of killing out that invasive and there are flowers and bushes all over in the open spaces that have come back, but…there just aren’t any bugs. Some bees, a couple different wild species yes, but not in the numbers I’ve grown accustomed to, either..

    So I noticed something else. Besides the incredible lack of flying insect-eating birds; no bats. I haven’t seen a bat fly by once at night and they always blow through under the porch roof to grab insects around the front windows. I can sit out at night and feel them whoosh by.

    A bit of good news: I heard banging inside the woodstove pipe this morning and managed to catch and release the male mountain bluebird that had trapped himself in it. He kept trying to fly up (impossible in a 6″ pipe) so I opened the flue and stuck a flashlight in there and he made his way down towards the light below instead. Caught him in a towel, and he flew away covered with dust. He looked pretty weak but the nest is in one of the birdhouses out front so hopefully he will survive the ordeal.

    That’s it. Mostly not good news but we’re starting to get used to that, aren’t we?


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  8. seal morgan says:

    Since crickets were mentioned by wqjcv, I’ve listened every night this last week and there are NO CRICKETS. Oh my, something I wasn’t aware of until it was pointed out. It’s what I have been unconsciously missing all Spring (which was very very short). It hit 100’F yesterday after another monster lightning t-storm blew in July 9th at 4:30am, it was 100’F that day and the preceding three days after another Friday massive t-storm hit July 6th near dark. A lightning t-cell storm every single Friday since the first of June on my calendar. If none today (Friday 13th of July) it will break the every-Friday storm pattern.

    Just an addendum to this conversation…

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  9. Kevin Hester says:

    The Sepo’s are getting paranoid that China might be copying their strategies. The difference between the two is that China is the master of ‘Soft Power’.



  10. Kevin Hester says:

    “The power would flow from large “clean energy bases” with showcase mega-projects, including; a massive 50 gigawatts of Siberian hydropower from the Lena and Amur rivers basins; a 100-gigawatt “wind power circle” in the heart of the Arctic; and African dams to harness the flow of the Nile, Congo and Zambezi rivers. To top it off, solar farms would cover 5% of the Sahara Desert.”
    Therein is the predicament. There is no ‘low carbon’ with such monumental projects.


    • seal morgan says:

      We have the technology to move into space. We’ve had it for 50 years, since Armstrong stepped on the moon in 1969! That’s where we should be but nooooo, let’s just keep fighting over the finite and rapidly diminishing planetary resources until we’re back to fighting with sticks and stones. That makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?

      We are NOT an intelligent species. Clever enough to invent nuclear weapons but not smart enough to get rid of them when we realized just how terrible they are.

      I think there is always a make-or-break point for any technological species to either get off the planet of their birth and out where the resources are…or die out fighting and squalling over the leftovers on a poisoned toxic ball of mud spinning in space. We seem to be following the latter concept. I’ll just bet this medium-small galaxy of ours is littered with died-out spoiled planets covered in ruins….

      This crap military ‘Space Force’ that the USA idiot-in-chief is spouting about…back to space could be far more important if we put power sats, giant solar collectors above the gravity well, and designed focused beams to get that energy to reach the planet below. Instead all that has happened with the US space program is putting spy & military war toys into space aiming down! All ‘national security’ so we the people will never know what the hell murderous toys they have floating above our heads.

      It’s insane. We are insane. And we had such promise as a species, ya know? If only we could have managed to make it out of preschool…

      Space is raining free energy from the sun and down here the wealthy psychopaths seem to only be capable of starting more wars for the remaining energy deposits that are killing the planet’s ecosystem and climate. But I guess that keeps the war profiteers in business, and the corporate world ruining what’s left of the planet’s surface, eh? If only there were intelligent people not greedy f**ks running the world…


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  11. seal says:

    Good article. Not unexpected. It’s the entire world of governments and the wealthy that own and run them. They are truly insane.

    New article with CO2 loading of the ocean with scientists saying they are sorry for being wrong because they were measuring it wrong. It is way worse than they thought.

    Can we say OOPS?

    I don’t have the funds for paywalls. Here’s the pdf link if you do:


    Summary at:


    That feeling of ‘ARE YOU KIDDING ME?’ comes over me now and then. How about you?


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Kevin Hester is currently living on Rakino Island, a small island in the Hauraki Gulf near Auckland, New Zealand, monitoring the unravelling of the biosphere and volunteering at the Rakino Island Nursery is currently developing a proposal to create a marine reserve near by. The Island has no grid tied electricity or reticulated water.  I catch my own water from the roof and generate my electricity from the ample solar radiation on the island.

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