WITHOUT EXCEPTION WE ALL SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES OF ATTACKS BY THE MASSIVE DISINFORMATION MEDIA.
The difference lies in the defense capacity of each individual who is hit by the onslaught of disinformation.
Of course, the scope and danger of the type of information also have an important or decisive role in terms of the quality and extent of the damage.
Yes, misinformation (social and individual) can cause physical, health, economic, financial, family relationships, etc., etc., etc., damage.
Yes, there are thousands and thousands of current and historical examples of the fatal consequences of misinformation or lack of information and knowledge for entire nations, populations, counties, races, geographic regions, etc., etc.
Today is November 9, exactly 90 years ago from the hurricane that in 1932 devastated the town of Santa Cruz del Sur in the Camagüey Province, in Cuba. Most of the inhabitants of Santa Cruz del Sur did not have the necessary information to face the catastrophe that was approaching them. So much so that the train cars that were parked in the town were not used so that a number of people (indeterminate but considerable) would move away from the coast even a few leagues and in that simple and highly possible way they could save their lives.