Cao Cao was a warlord who used the Han as a puppet. Who is he meant to be loyal too again? I prefer Cao Cao over Zhuge Liang but as Cao Cao was serving himself and Zhuge Liang was serving a warlord, loyalty was an issue for only one of them
By the way, its episode.
Cao Cao issued orders in the name of the Han court so he cannot have his cake and eat it. If he is going to use Han titles then he cannot simultaneously claim he is not subject to Han laws.
ZL inherited the power from Liu Bei. This was not so in the case of Cao Cao.
If he was the prime minister of Han, then he should have been loyal to the emperor of Han
. If he wanted his own empire and become his own emperor then he should have broken away from the Han completetly because he shouldn't be using Han titles if he's not loyal to Han.
and it's only Liu's who can become kings or emperor's under the Han dynasty.
The Han's use was now as a puppet, Cao Cao the puppet master.
He can have his cake and eat it or should we mesure Dong, Li Jue, Liang family and the eunuchs for their loyalty.
Cao Cao served himself and used the Han as a puppet for polotical reasons, why should he be loyal to Xian exactly?
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