Left and Right are somewhat similar factions in their organization, and yet are psychologically very different in their approach to group cohesion.
The Right is about reflection, individualism and social engineering (whether liberal or conservative), whereas the Left is mainly centered around ideological homogeneity, group think and conformism (pensée unique).
It follows that the methods to neutralize both sides differ.
The strategy to politically castrate the Right is not to divide it, but rather to drown it with options and fragment it into a myriad of divergent factions, each with its set of priorities (i.e. every single issue movement ever).
Likewise, the strategy to castrate the Left is not to fragment it, nor to divide it per say, but to purge its various bases from the coalition.
The Left is much like a religion.
Centralized, top-down, Manichean and requiring a common dogma to federate its various factions.
Taylor Swiftism is beautifully subversive because it directly attacks a normalized, and by extension, efficient wing of the anti-White coalition with a much less mainstream and prevailing bloc.
The lack of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq destroyed the credibility of Bush, the (((neo-cohens))), and those affiliated with them.
Taylor Swiftism does that to the mainstream anti-White culture.
Taylor Swiftism shows White liberals that being anti-White is no longer enough.
To be accepted by the non-White party, you must be… non-White.
So much cannon fodder for the Fourth Reich.