This is very clever and manipulative as animals are all very scared of Mr Jones and would not like to see him back under any circumstance. Squealer is very clever. He knows exactly how to twist what the pigs do in order to make it sound like a good idea to the less intelligent animals on the farm. Now that Squealer has successfully manipulated himself and the rest of the pigs out of this situation he knows he ... ... middle of paper ... ...in order to function correctly. He explains this work, the other animals do not understand but they agree it is necessary so again Squealer has managed to worm his way out of another confrontation with the animals.
The wise old Major who plays key role tries to use several strategies to convince the animals that he is right about his views about we have to change the Manor Farm to Animal Farm. Old Major goal was to persuade the animals for their rights.In the beginning of his lecture,he use many rhetorical strategies make his point strong.He said in his speech,”Nearly the whole of the produce of our labor is stolen from us by human beings. There, comrades, is the answer to all our problems. It is summed up in a single word – Man,”.Old Major wanted to convince the animals that humans are the reason for the suffering and they using them for their own benefits.Later in his speech, he states “ “Among us animals let there be perfect unity, perfect comradeship in the struggle. All men are enemies.
It lets you feel that one can do anything he or she wants without the consequences of his or her actions. In George Orwell’s illuminating fable of “Animal Farm,” he describes how a pig named Napoleon takes over an entire farm. Napoleon, with his sly group of trustworthy pigs, maintains power and takes over “Manor Farm” by using the concepts of intimidation, fear, and persuasion. Intimidation is a malicious, yet intelligent way to gather up people to join a force. By intimidating someone, one would be too frightened to stand up for his or her self.
He later sent Squealer to justify his actions. Squealer minces the truth with lies to confuse the animals and think Napoleon was right in exiling Snowball. “Do not imagine leadership is a pleasure" and "it is a deep and heavy responsibility" are some of the truths he uses. These make Napoleon seem sacrificial and will gain the animals' sympathy.
He had many supporters and propagandists like the leading Soviet Union newspaper Pravda and political speakers such as Vyacheslav Molotov who supported his stances and seemly unapparent exploitations. In Orwell’s allegorical novella, the main propagandist is a pig named Squealer. When the animals question the actions of Napoleon or past events, Squealer is always able to appease them with lies and propaganda. Squealer is able to manipulate the minds of the animals of Animal Farm, by his persuasive fabrication and soothing perjury. First, Squealer manipulates his fellow animals by exclaiming that the pigs do not like apples and milk, but rather consume them for the health of Animal Farm.
How Napoleon Takes and Maintains Control Of Animal Farm in George Orwell's Novel George Orwell's character Napoleon is a very clever and sly animal. He uses several methods to take and maintain control of the farm. His primary methods are by using fear, by exploiting the animal and by bending the rules. Napoleon uses is intellect to good effect as far as self-interest is concerned. Napoleon instills fear as a way of giving the animal no chance to argue about what he says.
Having a simple mindset, Boxer made two maxims his solution to every obstacle, problem, or difficulty. These maxims cause great damage because since Boxer, the admiration for every working animal on the farm, blindingly trusts everything Napoleon or Squealer say, the other animals would follow. Orwell states, “A... ... middle of paper ... ...ningly, the pigs use name calling at Snowball and Mr. Jones so that the farm can maintain success by keeping the other oblivious animals in the dark, and so that no animal can think about questioning their decisions. Propaganda Techniques play a major role in the plot of Animal Farm. If they were not evident throughout the book, the pigs would have never been successful in deceiving the animals thus there would be no conflict.
Napoleon, a main character in George Orwell's Animal Farm, was very cruel. so why does everyone consider him such an effective leader? In Animal Farm Orwell gives Napoleon, the dictator of the farm, many characteristics that make him an effective leader. Throughout the book Napoleon had a manipulative attitude, a strong support system, and he used scare tactics to intimidate and gain control of the other animals on the farm. Although Napoleon was not a strong public speaker he was very manipulative and used propaganda to persuade others to listen to him.
He uses his craftiness and cunning to persuade the animals into thinking that he is on their side and he’s doing all he can to help them out. His acting ability misleads the animals into thinking that he’s one of their closest friends and that he can be trusted with all their secrets. Squealer’s slick style makes him an important character in the book Animal Farm by George Orwell. Squealer’s first manipulative deed is committed when he tells the other animals on the farm that the pigs are going to get the windfall apples and the milk from now on. He uses his persuasive speaking skills to talk the other animals into understanding why the pigs were doing this.
Snowball and Napoleon held a great deal of contrast between the way they each ruled over “Animal Farm/Manor Farm.” The only thing he did lack, was the ability of pursuasion to the other animals. Snowball had all the right ideas, all to better the whole farm. Napoleon, on the other hand, had a knack for stealing other animals’ ideas, then telling the rest it was his and getting credit for it. His ideas only seemed to benefit the pigs and not the animals. It was this, that led to the crumbling of the farm.