“The evil life of Confucius”


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But Confucius’s heart so bent on the restoration wouldn’t die, and after he returned to Lu, he heard about a celebrated head of a slave uprising by the name of Liuxia Zhi who led a rebel army of nine thousand men across the length and breadth of the world. In the end, Confucius went to face Liuxia Zhi so as to lure him to surrender. To his face, Liuxia Zhi bitterly accused Confucius in the strongest terms, saying that “someone who eats but never ploughs, wears clothes but never weaves, flaps his lips and wags his tongue, decides for himself what is right and what is wrong, makes a performance in front but rouses up ghosts in back – such a man is an ultimately downright deceitful and false person, a parasite!”




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