Once a liar, always a liar!
In the last 2 years Drgunzet tried to sell a different story. He is of Chinese descent but adopted by German couples and therefore he grew up in Germany.
But in recent months, he is selling a different version. He knows a lot about Chinese and Chinese culture, and he is a descendent of Confucius (through his mom).
His stories do not add up. If he was adopted when he was very young, and grew up in Germany with adopted parents, how come he still remembers his lingeage with blood ties to Confucius. He might not even know his biological mother.
Chronic liars cannot keep his stories consistent over time.
Instead he was caught by Snowflake talking in Vietnamese in some threads.
I saw several threads in the China forum, World forum, and Cambodian forum and he talked really well with Vietnamese users. He is very at home when he communicated with such users.
You are not me, so how do you know I am very at home with other such users?
As they strolled one day, on the bridge over the river Hao, Chuang Tzu said,“Look how the minnows dart here and there where they will. Such is the pleasure that fish enjoy.”
Hui Tzu replied logically,“You are not a fish. How do you know what gives pleasure to fish?”
Chuang Tzu countered with the same logical perspective,“You are not I. How do you know that I do not know what gives pleasure to fish?”
in here: http://www.way-of-tao.com/pages/tao-and-the-m...
I've learned this from age 10, Confucius's classic.
Most Chinese and other Asians have the problem of overstating of what they think for other people, and put the words into other people's mouth. They act as if they are God with telepathic power and know what other people think. Their false perception become their reality, then trouble starts. They perceive others wrongly, stubbornly refused to admit their error when others refute their false perception.
I observed the Germans are more humble and superior, they don't have this problem. The Germans never overstate about others. They only state what they know about themselves.