Here's another example of "stating the obvious" or "ye cannot see the the wood for the trees".
The thing the internet proves is that anyone with access to a device like a phone, PC, a library, an internet cafe, etc, can voice an opinion or influence the gullible, the unsuspecting. There is rarely any set of qualifications or documentation required to comment or try to influence others on a topic/issue.
We have domestic and foreign intelligence operatives who have utilized the internet to spread propaganda, disinformation, or track you. Then useful idiots pick up and distribute that info.
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you.”
― Joseph Heller, Catch-22
Any psyco Hannibal Lector, opiate smoking goofus from around the globe can inflict damage and harm. That is what these people live for. "May you live in interesting times". Hopefully, you will survive the events of those times as well.
For what it is worth:
Sticks and stones may break your bones...so stock up in case we survive ww3.
What doesn't kill you...may cripple you.
I know many are uplifted by my words
"Ancient Greeks: Another Greek expressed a form of pessimism in his philosophy: the ancient Cyrenaic philosopher Hegesias (290 BCE). Like later pessimists, Hegesias argued that lasting happiness is impossible to achieve and that all we can do is to try to avoid pain as much as possible." Wiki
Funny thing is Dip, I was worried about this site when I first starting lurking. That’s what took me so long to sign up.
I am sort of leary about all things internet.