The election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party was as unsurprising as it is likely to be destructive to the party for at least the next five years. Yet the dire prospects for the future of the Party stem from a far deeper rot than simply the policies of Mr. Corbyn himself; the conduct of his supporters betrays a disturbing intolerance that will only further split and discredit the Party.
Next year could bear bad news for Venezuela. Even before former President Hugo Chávez took power in 1999, the country has been persistently chastised with lack of economic opportunities, steep inflation, poverty, crime and repressive political systems. Now adding to this, lower oil prices are aggravating the already very difficult situation of Venezuela.
The world needs to know about the critical situation of Venezuela and to understand that the regime is taking every possible measure to oppress its people and cover the truth. If the only resource Venezuela has available to inform the world about what is happening is social media, then let's use it strategically to cause the greatest impact internationally.