Who is Xun Kuang (the one with the eyes in the photo), aka Xunzi (Master Xun for close people)? A great Confucian thinker from the era of the Warring States (3rd century BC). You can find out all this if you ask Google. If you believed me, I would tell you that he was born enough to tell us the following, then return to where he came from and wait for better times.
“In times of chaos, people are led by thoughtless, thuggish behavior. Authority, tricks, devious, subversive ways are given as an example. The whims and fancies of singers, buffoons, dwarves and court concubines disturb state politics. The foolish are allowed to teach the wise, the unaccomplished are allowed to look down on the virtuous. People’s lives are extremely poor and burdened, and their jobs are hard and tiresome beyond measure. Therefore, the hundred clans despise the sovereign as a witch and hate him as an evil spirit. If they happen to be attacked unexpectedly, the sovereign’s hopes that the people will give their lives for him are in vain…”.
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