entryism


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entryism

(ˈɛntrɪɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the policy or practice of members of a particular political group joining an existing political party with the intention of changing its principles and policies, instead of forming a new party
ˈentryist n, adj
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entryism

[ˈɛntrɪɪzm] nentrismo
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That ended up with entryism on a massive scale and a transformation of the Labour party into the Momentum-fuelled Jeremy Corbyn leadership we have now.
5) When these new processes first operated, in 2015, concerns about entryism appeared.
All these allegations of anti-Semitism, entryism and uncomradely behaviour are to be investigated - but when and by whom?
The MP said: "I am grateful that vigilant staff prevented this attempted entryism from influencing our nomination meeting.
The bookies have slashed the odds of Corbyn winning from 1/10 to 1/16, but I'm surprised they're still taking bets because Corbyn is certain to win under the one person one vote system for the election of leader, idiotically and naively introduced by former leader Ed Miliband, leaving the Labour Party wide open to entryism.
OWEN Smith's leadership bid was bolstered yesterday with backing from the GMB union as Labour's Deputy Leader called for action on entryism.
Mr Watson signs off the letter stating: "I hope this note helps to dispel any remaining notion that entryism is a 'conspiracy theory'.
It does raise important and worrying questions about entryism into this election process.
HERE'S a topical tale about political entryism or infiltration that I promise won't hereafter mention Jeremy Corbyn or any other feature of the Labour leadership election.
Miliband's weird plan to open up the Labour Party with a new and much cheaper EeAu3 (Dh17) membership-drive has allowed blatant entryism from far left groups like the Trotskyist Militant who would love to use the leadership election to vote in Corbyn and wreck Labour by splitting the party in revenge for Neil Kinnock's determined work in driving them out in the 1980s and 1990s.
Entryism was of different kinds, although the original Trotskyist conception tended to accent shorter time frames and the need to uphold some measure of revolutionary organizational independence within the party that had been joined.
17) Although civil society actors differed widely on how they might relate to the state in this new political context, for some, the tactic of reformist entryism seemed to offer the possibility of changing things from within, as opposed to advocating from outside the state.