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爱国贼 (àiguózéi): Patriotraitor
 
爱国贼 (àiguózéi): Patriotraitor
  
[[File:Aiguozei2.jpg|350px|thumb|left|''Paitriotraitor in military garb. “Let’s nuke Taiwan, blow Tokyo to bits, invade New York! The cops are coming, quick, run.”'']] A play on the word “traitor” (卖国贼 màiguózéi), a patriotraitor is someone who betrays his/her country’s interests while outwardly professing patriotism. Netizens pejoratively refer to people who are uncritically nationalistic as either patriotraitors or [[Fenqing, shit youth]].
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[[File:Aiguozei2.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''Paitriotraitor in military garb. “Let’s nuke Taiwan, blow Tokyo to bits, invade New York! The cops are coming, quick, run.”'']] A play on the word “traitor” (卖国贼 màiguózéi), a patriotraitor is someone who betrays his/her country’s interests while outwardly professing patriotism. Netizens pejoratively refer to people who are uncritically nationalistic as either patriotraitors or [[Fenqing, shit youth | shit youth]].
 
 
  
 
Fudan University student [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/11/tao-weishuo-陶韡烁-defends-his-statement-all-chinese-people-have-internet-freedom/ Tao Weishuo] earned the title of patriotraitor in a 2009 town hall with Barack Obama, where he objected to President’s discussion of Internet censorship.
 
Fudan University student [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2009/11/tao-weishuo-陶韡烁-defends-his-statement-all-chinese-people-have-internet-freedom/ Tao Weishuo] earned the title of patriotraitor in a 2009 town hall with Barack Obama, where he objected to President’s discussion of Internet censorship.
  
[[File:Aiguozei3.jpg|400px|thumb|left|''Cai Mingchao hiding behind a shield with the characters “patriot.” Cai is a prominent art dealer who [http://www.danwei.org/front_page_of_the_day/bidder_says_he_wouldnt_pay.php defaulted in his 31.5 million euro commitment to purchase two bronze animal heads taken from the Ming Summer Palace]. He claimed that he defaulted out of a sense of patriotism. Others sensed an ulterior motive.'']]
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[[File:Aiguozei.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''Two beggars curse those that criticize China. They blame every other country but their own for their plight.'']]
  
[[File:Aiguozei.jpg|400px|thumb|right|''Two beggars curse those that criticize China. They blame every other country but their own for their plight.'']]
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[[Category: Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon]]
 
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Revision as of 19:01, 16 January 2013

爱国贼 (àiguózéi): Patriotraitor

Paitriotraitor in military garb. “Let’s nuke Taiwan, blow Tokyo to bits, invade New York! The cops are coming, quick, run.”
A play on the word “traitor” (卖国贼 màiguózéi), a patriotraitor is someone who betrays his/her country’s interests while outwardly professing patriotism. Netizens pejoratively refer to people who are uncritically nationalistic as either patriotraitors or shit youth.

Fudan University student Tao Weishuo earned the title of patriotraitor in a 2009 town hall with Barack Obama, where he objected to President’s discussion of Internet censorship.

Two beggars curse those that criticize China. They blame every other country but their own for their plight.
Cai Mingchao hiding behind a shield with the characters “patriot.” Cai is a prominent art dealer who defaulted in his 31.5 million euro commitment to purchase two bronze animal heads taken from the Ming Summer Palace. He claimed that he defaulted out of a sense of patriotism. Others sensed an ulterior motive.