Corbyn's American Economic Adviser
Dear Friend of America's Survival,
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, a professor at Columbia University, and wealth and "inequality expert" Thomas Piketty were advisers to losing British Labor Party candidate Jeremy Corbyn.
Before we get to Stiglitz, take a look at the British Labor Party's affiliations with "socialist societies." One link goes to the Fabian Society. It is affiliated with the EU think tank the Foundation for European Progressive Studies, one of whose American contributors is Joseph Stiglitz, an advocate of nationalizing U.S. banks and a member of the Socialist International Commission on Global Financial Issues.
Stiglitz, a former Clinton official and financial contributor to the Democratic Party and its candidates, wrote the book, Making Globalization Work, in which he argues for a variety of global tax schemes that would cost American taxpayers billions of dollars.
He calls it "progressive capitalism."
Back in 2016, Corbyn reported: I met with Joseph Stiglitz earlier today with Labour's Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell who published this a short time ago: "Had a great meeting this morning discussing Labour's new economics and tackling inequality with Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz and Jeremy Corbyn. I am very grateful to have the advice and input of Professor Stiglitz when it comes to formulating Labour’s plan to create an economy that works for all."
After the historic loss, Corbyn is stepping down as head of the Labor Party.
For America's Survival,
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