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Three famous idioms left by three famous adulterers in history! Do you know who the characters are?

Today, the interesting history editor brings you the historical sources of three famous idioms . I hope it can be helpful to you.

Traitors are a group that makes people hate no matter what era they are, they flatter to the grandma and bully the grandma. Regarding the formation of the party to run private parties, arbitrarily control power, relying on the emperor 's favor and the powers given to him, he made a fortune and made a fortune. Not only seriously affected social order, but also endangered the daily lives of the people.

What's more, some traitors also choose to usurp power when faced with the temptation of power. In the history of our country, such examples abound, and they also reflect the dangers of adulterers.

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Mentioning the famous traitors in our history is countless. Almost so many treacherous villains dominated the administration of politics in all dynasties, and their crimes were recorded one by one by history books, and they became the bargaining point for future generations. Because these traitors are too famous, many idioms have been summarized from their speeches or deeds, and some are still widely used today.

For example, the three famous traitors in Chinese history left one idiom on their own. Although everyone knows them today, many people don't know that the three idioms are related to them.

Unquestionable

First of all, it was the foreign relatives and ministers in the late Western Han Dynasty, and Wang Mang, the founder of the new dynasty.

Wang Mang was born in the fourth year of the early Han Dynasty (before 45) in Weili, Yuancheng, Suli, which is now in Daming County, Handan City, Hebei Province.

Wang Mang's family became the most powerful man in the late Western Han Dynasty because of Emperor Wang Zhengjun , who was the emperor of the Han Dynasty . Wang Mang, who lived in such a large family, was humbly and rigorous since childhood. Praise.

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After growing up, Wang Mang quickly became a pivotal figure in the North Korea with his good reputation, outstanding ability and family power. He advocated caring for the people, comforting the heroes, and promoting the etiquette system. He also paid for the disaster victims by himself, and received unanimous praise from the government and the public.

However, from the beginning to the end Wang Mang just created a false image for himself. After the death of Emperor Yuan and Ping Emperor, Wang Mang made it easy for him to claim the throne and establish a new dynasty.

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According to the "Hanshu", after the establishment of the new dynasty, Wang Mang began a drastic reform. One of them was to demote the princely kings of the Western Han Dynasty to civilians, and the kings of the ethnic minorities to Hou. The king of the town of Jucheng in the south was very dissatisfied, so Wang Mang sent troops to seek it.

At this time, doctor Feng Ying persuaded Wang Mang not to work hard and hurt his wealth, and Wang Mang was dismissed from office under the anger. However, Wang Mang calmly thought: "English is not wrong," and he was reinstated, and the idiom "Nothing wrong" was born.

Honeypot Belly Sword

Li Linfu was a famous adulterer during the Tang Dynasty . Li Linfu was born in the Li Tang clan. He didn't have any real talents, but he just met Tang Xuanzong 's "choice conditions".

First, Li Linfu is proficient in rhythm, and Tang Xuanzong is the author of "Songs of Yuyi".

Secondly, Li Linfu "has a lot of scrupulousness, is deeply acquainted with the eunuchs and concubines, and is always on the move, all knowing nothing", and Tang Xuanzong is just an emperor who eats flattery flatterily.

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Under the favor of Xuanzong, Li Linfu was soon ranked among the prime minister by the book of Feng Libu Shangshu and Tongzhong Shu.

During his reign, in order to consolidate his power, Li Linfu arrogantly ruled out dissidents , and also allowed An Jishan and other Jiedushi to sit outside, causing the Anshi chaos . The idiom about Li Linfu comes from "Zi Zhi Tong Jian", which said that at the time Li Linfu was kind to others, but he was cruel and ruthless . People called him "mouth honey, sword in belly". For provenance.

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East window incident

The last adulterer, I believe, will be cursed by many people just by mentioning it. Qin Hui's "representative work" is well known to both women and children. That was the forced recall and death of the national hero Yue Fei under the great anti-golden situation, which led to the South Song Dynasty losing its greatest reliance on the Golden State.

Unlike Wang and Li above, Qin Hui was ordinary, and once forced a livelihood to be a private teacher. Later, Qin Yue entered the junior high school entrance examination , and finally embarked on the career path at the age of twenty-five.

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Surprisingly, when Jin Bing attacked Song to the south and asked Song Qinzong to cut the land, Qin Yue stood on the side opposing the cut. But not long after, Qin Yue was ransacked to the north by Jin Bing. In the north, Qin Yue was trusted by the Jin people and was able to return to the Song Dynasty during the four years of Jian Yan (1130).

After returning to Song Dynasty, Qin Hui has been instilling the thought of peace in Gao Zong of Song . Under Gao Zong, Qin Mao paid a nineteen-year visit. Not only did he have little political achievements, but also killed Yue Feimeng, who died innocently, and Han Shi loyal and retired. Numerous patriots were excluded It's really shameless.

The idiom about Qin Yue is from "The Excursion to the West Lake" written by Tian Rucheng, a man of the Ming Dynasty . According to the book, Qin Yue and his wife had conspired to frame Yue Fei under a window on the east side, and when he rafted the West Lake many years later, he dreamt that someone on the boat said to him sharply, "Ru, the country and the people, I have complained to Heaven "You have to ask me!" It means that because he is a curse to the country and the people, God will send someone to arrest him for punishment.

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Soon after, Qin Hui died of illness, and his wife, Wang, quickly invited a Taoist priest. After learning that the priest had learned that Qin Hui was being tortured in Qin, when he went to meet, Qin Hui asked the Taoist to send a message to his wife: The east window incident broke out! "Later, people used the east window incident to expose the metaphorical plan.

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