Experts found a secret memorial to reveal Kangxi's true face. Scholar: It's a rare tyrant.

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Experts found a secret memorial to reveal Kangxi's true face. Scholar: It's a rare tyrant.

2019-01-13 09:03:21 137 ℃
< p > < br > In everybody's eyes, the San Francisco Rebellion is a great rebellion launched by Wu San Gui, Shangxie and Geng Jingzhong, which is an extremely evil act of splitting the country. On the contrary, the Qing Army led by Kangxi was, naturally, the Herculean Master who settled the calamity and saved all the people from fire and water. However, with the deepening of the study of the history of the Qing Dynasty and the interpretation of the vast secret archives of the Qing Palace, we find that the harm done to the people by the nobles of Kangxi and other Manchuria is far greater than the harm done to the people by the "rebels" such as Wu Sangui. Among them, the discovery of a secret Memorial directly subverted the establishment of "benevolent emperor" in Kangxi.



Kangxi 18 years (1679), Li Zhifang made a deal with Kangxi, mainly talking about four things, the most important of which is to ask the Eight Banners Army in Jiangxi area to release immediately the good people they plundered. In the compromise, Li Zhifang wrote:

"Return refugee children first", "The first misery in the world is nothing like being robbed of refugees". "Unexpectedly, after the restoration of the flag battalion generals, men and women were all captives, the father lost his son, the husband lost his wife, the old and young shouted, and there was no way out." At that time, Li Zhifang was one of the main generals who attacked San Francisco rebels in the front and witnessed the atrocities of the Eight Banners Army. At that time, the Qing army had gained an advantage on the battlefield. Every time they "recovered" an area, they would take all the local people prisoner as their slaves. Driven by responsibility, Li Zhifang wrote to Kangxi in the hope of forgiving them.


However, Kangxi's red-pen reply was a big surprise.

First of all, Kangxi scolded Li Zhifang: "Since you had known the evil deeds of the officers and soldiers, why did you drag it up to now?" Why don't you say that you are the governor and minister, who is in the place and has witnessed the situation? After

< p> < strong>, Kangxi said ruthlessly: "The people of Jiangxi and other provinces rebelled in Jianchang, Raozhou and other places and resisted the Manchurian Heavenly Army. Now that they have been defeated, can they still be good citizens? Afterwards Kangxi said, "Manchurian officers and soldiers died to kill thieves and captured men and women can be used to pay for medical expenses, clothing, horses and other expenses!" The implication of


is that people in some areas of Jiangxi have supported the rebels and the Manchurian soldiers as enemies, so they are enemies regardless of age or age. If Baibai let them go, how could he stand up to the Manchurian soldiers who took the personally arrogant stone for the emperor? Kangxi's robbery logic is literally overflowing with paper. It is obvious that Kangxi eventually rejected Li Zhifang's book. According to Xu Qianxue's Epitaph of Xiangjingxiang, Li Zhifang was demoted to the sixth rank for "inappropriate words" in the eighteenth year of Kangxi.


In order to liberate the innocent captured people, conscientious officials still did not give up their efforts. In the summer of Kangxi's nineteenth year, officials of the Han Dynasty, in the name of drought and no rain, hoped that Kangxi would pardon the captured scholars and civilians in Jiangxi. Song Deyi believed that

"ministers and other secretive discussions, soldiers captured children, during which there were many real thieves, and many innocent victims. Now all the thieves have been swept away. Please ask the governors of all provinces to verify that the wife of a good citizen who has been taken to Beijing is allowed to return the title to the gathering. At that time, the Qing Dynasty had basically calmed down the San Francisco Rebellion, and the Eight Banners Army returned to Beijing with a large number of captives. Officials only hope that Kangxi will be generous and give them a way out. As Song Deyi said, among the captured refugees, there are always innocent people. If innocent, it should be released.


Who knows Kangxi returned eight words coldly: "Er et al played, it is still skin words." That is to say, you are too superficial. Obviously, Kangxi still refused to pardon innocent people. It can be said that if Kangxi is so kind and loving to the people as recorded in history, it should pacify Bai, treat the people kindly and alleviate the contradiction between Manchu and Han Dynasty which was re-aroused by the Three Vassals Rebellion. But Kangxi, fearing to annoy the Eight Banners Army, the cornerstone of his rule, chose to sacrifice the freedom and dignity of the people to satisfy these brutal soldiers.


In the cruel repression and plundering of the Han people, this yellow brother, who is praised as "Saint-grandfather and benevolent emperor", is merciless. No wonder Yao Nianci, an expert in Qing Dynasty history, said, "Kangxi advocates that Manchu and Han Dynasty are the same and that monarchs and ministers are the same. In fact, this is hypocritical and pale. Some of his actions should be described as tyrants." With the continuous interpretation of domestic and even foreign documents, the dark side of Kangxi will continue to be exposed. Kangxi is by no means the so-called eternal sage.