Meaning of the Idiom
you yong wu mou（be more brave than wise）
Han Dynasty Xian emperor period, a coup occurred in the court, a minister named Li Jue hijacked the emperor, another minister named Guo Si captured the officials, two people refuse to yield.
Every time Li Jue met Emperor Xian, he always liked to accuse Guo Si endlessly. Emperor Xian had to follow his meaning a few perfunctory. Li Jue was very happy, and thought he had been recognized by the emperor.
Another minister called Huang Fuli and Li Jue is a fellow, Emperor Xian ordered him to mediate the dispute between Li Jue and Guo Si. After the mediation of Huang Fuli, Guo Si agreed to make peace, but Li Jue refused. He said to Huang Fuli, “I have contributed to the war against Lu Bu and served in the government for four years. Now Chang ‘an is so peaceful, everyone knows that. Who is Guo Si? He’s a horse thief, and he wants to be my equal? He must be killed.”
Huang Fuli said, “Dong Zhuo is stronger than you. Lu Bu received his favor but secretly killed him. That’s what happens when you have courage and no strategy. You and Guo Si have taken the Emperor and the officials hostage. Who is more guilty?” Li Jue wouldn’t listen and threw him out.
Later, Li Jue’s general Yang Feng led the army to defect. Li Jue’s power began to wane and he eventually had to flee back to his hometown.
[yǒu yǒng wú móu]，比喻只有勇气，没有计谋；形容做事或打仗只是一味地蛮干，而不会运用谋略。
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