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
Translations

entryism

[ˈɛntrɪɪzm] nentrismo
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They are caucusing and factionalising and putting pressure where they can, and that's how Trotsky entryists operate.
It then split between a modernising majority and minority that combined Bennites, far left groups such as the ill-named Campaign for Labour Party Democracy and Labour Briefing (Corbyn was on its Executive), as well as some Trotskyist entryists.
Broadly stated, the divisions of 1953 were accentuated in the United Kingdom, with Pablo-inclined entryists buried so deeply in the Labour Party that there was little public Trotskyism to be associated with them, and the Healy-led SLL caricaturing the position of the SWP in a proletarian separatism that inevitably charted a politics of sectarianism.
The poem's finale is a conviction without appeal: entryists of private life are called "rodentia of love," "perverters of feelings.
An obvious one has presented itself - that the chance to register to vote has allowed hard-left entryists (and even a few Tory mischiefmakers) to sign up to back Mr Corbyn.
When asked if it is possible that both entryists and genuine Labour voters have joined in recent months, Ms Abbott said: "No, no, no.
These entryists have formed an unholy alliance with opponents of Angela's, like Paul Davies, who was implicated in deselection attempts in the '90s, and Alec McFadden, who has run against Labour candidates for lots of different parties, including George Galloway's RESPECT Party and the No2EU Party.
It was people like them who in the 1980s chased out Labour's left accusing them of entryism but the Blairites are the entryists.
Ever since the party was hijacked by middle-class entryists from the Mandelson Tendency in the 90's the party has increasingly neglected working people and fostered the interests of Free-Market Capitalists.
They complain of the people who have joined the party and swelled its ranks to more than 600,000, claiming they're infiltrators or entryists, to use a term they levelled at the Militant Tendency in the 1980s.
All the applicants have previously been expelled from the party, and among their number are members of the entryist Militant group's editorial board.