This 24 September 2016 video from Britain is called Jeremy Corbyn gives victory speech.
It now turns out that Bill Clinton, whose wife just lost the United States presidential election to a racist billionaire by moving her party to the right, has attacked the leader of the British Labour party, elected democratically twice by its members and supporters.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Bill Clinton calls Jeremy Corbyn ‘mad’
Wednesday 9th November 2016
The comments were made to rich donors at an official Hillary Clinton campaign dinner in October 2015, soon after Mr Corbyn’s election to the Labour leadership.
In the speech, Mr Clinton claimed that Labour members, being already angry with Tony Blair over the Iraq war, had reacted to Ed Miliband’s election defeat last year by reaching the “interesting conclusion that they lost because they hadn’t moved far left enough, and so they went out and practically got a guy off the street to be the leader of the British Labour Party.”
Mr Clinton compared the election of Mr Corbyn to the rise of Syriza in Greece. He claimed that when people feel they’ve been shafted, “they just want the maddest person in the room to represent them.”
The international trade union movement
In a speech to the National Governors Association on August 16, 1993, President Bill Clinton outlined the substance of his proposed health care reform program. Speaking to the group that he previously headed while governor of Arkansas, Clinton largely dropped the reformist pretenses associated with his promises to working people and explained in blunt language that the purpose of the “reform” was to cut costs for the government and corporate employers: here.