This video from Britain says about itself:
Bernie Sanders & Jeremy Corbyn: how much in common?
23 July 2015
Socialist U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders is growing in support and supposedly “winning the Internet.”
How much do they have in common?
That was then.
Now about now, after Jeremy Corbyn won the vote for Labour party leader.
By Daniel Marans in the USA:
“We need leadership in every country in the world which tells the billionaire class that they cannot have it all.”
“At a time of mass income and wealth inequality throughout the world, I am delighted to see that the British Labour Party has elected Jeremy Corbyn as its new leader,” Sanders, a Democratic presidential candidate, said in a statement emailed to The Huffington Post Saturday. “We need leadership in every country in the world which tells the billionaire class that they cannot have it all. We need economies that work for working families, not just the people on top.”
Corbyn’s upset election as head of Labour, which makes him the de facto opposition leader in the U.K. parliament, has drawn comparisons to Sanders’ rise in the American political landscape. Like Corbyn, Sanders has achieved unexpected popularity by proposing dramatic solutions to end income inequality and reform the political process. The two left-leaning legislators also share an unglamorous demeanor.
Corbyn is nonetheless to the left of Sanders, advocating for policies like the nationalization of Britain’s main power providers. Historically, the UK’s economic policies have been more socialistic than those of the U.S.
Jeremy Corbyn win: Conservative Party warning that new Labour leader is ‘threat to national security’ mocked on Twitter: here.
Jeremy Corbyn, welcome to Europe’s fight against austerity, by Pablo Iglesias. The Labour leader and my own party Podemos have one thing in common: a rejection of the neoliberalism that has impoverished our people: here.
This 18 August 2015 video from the USA is called Bernie Sanders asked about Jeremy Corbyn.