"To me, socialism is simple. It’s about everyone caring for everyone else.
"This is a kinder, more caring politics … we don’t compete, we co-operate.
"But it is a politics fired by our passion for fighting injustice, in our belief that an injury to one is an injury to all … the concept of solidarity."
Now I don't remember Jeremy, or the kind of people who share his politics, having anything of significance to say during the fight for equal pay that has been raging in Scotland over the past 10 years.
In fact, some of the worst offenders have been the big Labour councils who presided over pay arrangements that discriminated against female dominated jobs: carers, classroom assistants, cleaners, clerical and catering workers.
Not only that, of course, because the Labour-supporting trade unions were often in cahoots with the employers and in some cases actively discouraged their members from pursuing claims for equal pay.
Socialist, my arse.