Burn It to the Ground!

She seems pleasant. In fact, she is exactly what you want in any government official.

Kayla Aliese Carter is the City Equity Official of College Park, Maryland, and she is committed to burning it all down, referring to the United States. 


In the words of the revolutionary Left, this is what decolonization looks like, folks, and it ain't pretty

The City of College Park, Maryland, hired a "racial equity" leader to spearhead its mission to eliminate systemic racism in its departments who has made statements defending violence and promoting the idea of a revolution against the United States. 

Kayla Aliese Carter supports "Black liberation" through revolutionary means and said she is working with some activists to plan "how we will eat and live and grow after we burn it all down." She was hired to be a "Racial Equity Officer" under Mayor Fazlul Kabir in 2022. 

In this role, she oversees an entire team tasked with implementing a "racial equity" agenda across all city departments, affecting policies, practices, programs and budgets.

I guess working for the city government is a convenient place if your goal is to figure out how to feed the right people once you complete your plan to use violence to kill off all the "yT" people, as she charmingly describes the pale people who pay her salary. 


A salary, by the way, that she considers far too low, because working is far too tiring for her. All I can say is wait until you have to grow your own food, especially without all that modern agricultural machinery that was invented and made by yT people. 

Carter believes it's not enough to be not racist, one must be actively antiracist and working to "dismantle this s--t." Some of her posts contain defenses for violence, asking, "Why do Black people always have to rationalize our violence and anger? 

"Remember we are at war against colonialism," read a post on Instagram from Feb. 2021. She captioned it with, "We can't forget."

The header for her X account says the following: "I can't wait for society to collapse so MY ideology can rise from the ashes!"

"Today I cohosted and occupied space with dozens of people who have committed their lives, businesses, and money to Black liberation. On all days, every day, each day. Light workers. Already planning (BEEN PLANNING) for how we will eat and live and grow after we burn it all down," she wrote in May 2020. 

Carter has every right to be a bigoted biatch because, unlike the communist regimes she so desperately wants to emulate and recreate in the United States, that is how we roll. 


However, it's not clear to me that the taxpayers should be subsidizing her salary, especially given that she spends a fair amount of time publicly harassing her colleagues and plotting to destroy the civilization that pays her salary. 

If any of her yT colleagues used similar language to disparage Black people, they would have been fired and blackballed forever. 

But the rules are different for Leftists, especially if they have the "right" sexuality, gender, or skin color. 

Carter has a rather interesting understanding of how human beings manage to survive in the world. She seems to think that manna falls from heaven, and only capitalism requires that labor be performed.

According to her posts on X, Carter doesn't appear to be enthusiastic about her role, and blames "capitalism" for forcing her to be in the workforce. She'd rather be a "collage artist" or a "lady of leisure," she said on X in March and July 2023, respectively. 

"Tired of being so underpaid also tired of applying to new jobs. I don't wanna go back to s*lling dr*gs but this economy is getting desperate," Carter wrote in October. 

"Engaging in important dialogues exploring the impact of capitalism on daily life (its a Tuesday and I have to work," Carter wrote on X. The post included a screenshot of a text message exchange. The outgoing message said, "White man calling, I got to go." 

"I need a new job but the problem is that I don't want to work I just wanna lay in my bed being a girl can anyone help me with this?" Carter said in January. 


I, too, wish that this were the case. I would love to take out my (human-built) camera and travel in a (human-built) RV and photograph to my heart's content. Photography is my true love, with bloviating being only my second. 

Alas, this is not how God created the world. We were tossed out of the Garden of Eden because we decided to challenge God, and are condemned to labor for our bread. 

Burning it all down doesn't bake the bread, I am afraid. 

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John Stossel 5:30 PM | July 13, 2024