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A play on the idiom 兽性大发 (shòuxìng dàfā), “to give free rein to one’s animal nature.” As a government official, one’s “Party” nature shines through in [[demolish it|forced demolition]], [[rabble|child molestation]], and other [[leaders first|public cruelties]].
 
A play on the idiom 兽性大发 (shòuxìng dàfā), “to give free rein to one’s animal nature.” As a government official, one’s “Party” nature shines through in [[demolish it|forced demolition]], [[rabble|child molestation]], and other [[leaders first|public cruelties]].
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[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]
 
[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]

Revision as of 18:39, 29 March 2013

党性大发 (dǎngxìng dàfā): give free rein to one’s “Party” nature

A play on the idiom 兽性大发 (shòuxìng dàfā), “to give free rein to one’s animal nature.” As a government official, one’s “Party” nature shines through in forced demolition, child molestation, and other public cruelties.

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