Throughout our nation and world, there has been an attempt to segregate previously unified groups into those that are willing to either give up individual liberties and follow a progressive road or those that are still consciously dedicated to the constitution and objective standards for truth.

People in the United States have been segregated into camps of the vaccinated vs unvaccinated, critical race theorists vs “racists” or Global citizens vs “fascists”. In contrast, those that have sought to divide and conquer the United States have avoided any scrutiny while strife and hatred has spread through our nation.

The technique for dividing previously unified groups has been well-used by those that seek power and deconstructive change for ages: it is called, “entryism.”

Entryism is a technique that provides a means for a small but determined group to leverage their influence onto a larger sphere, by using the entered organization’s resources ( funding, existing networks of members, current tax structures )

It is most commonly associated with attempts to move an organization further leftward and is a way to remove those that will not be loyal to the incoming, change-focused regime and keep those that will be loyal and obedient in place. 

Where entryism occurs you will suddenly find new mandates, new restrictions and new ideologies that would have been unthinkable in previous years. 

Entryism is most commonly associated with attempts to move an organization further leftward but it is not exclusive to political parties; entryists could target a corporate organization, charity, society, or faith based religious group – like the Roman Catholic Church or the Southern Baptist Convention

It is especially useful where a larger hierarchy does not exist. Those practicing a form of entryism many times will create a larger coalition of normally separated groups or denominations to create a previously non-existing authoritative hierarchy within their new coalition. 

Entryism, like the Motte & Bailey technique is meant to confuse those that seek stability and divide those that desire normalcy.

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