In this case Boxer does not bother searching for the evidence of who has done it or why have they been killed. Boxer basically accepts what Squealer told him, he does what the pigs tell him to. This is the case why Boxer suffers a lot because of his poor brain; he does not think logically, he is a brain dead. Boxer worries about the farm but he is not smart enough to figure things out his own. Instead of helping the farm with the knowledge that he has, he decides to be loyal to the pigs.
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.
They start to act like humans and even start to stand like them. The pigs do not even look at the rules of animalism anymore and they are basically humans. That was the reason why they revolted and in the end you cannot even tell the difference between the animals rule and the humans rule Totalitarianism is shown because the animals’ food is being taken, their thoughts are being controlled, and they are being cruelly treated by the pigs. The occasion where the pigs... ... middle of paper ... ... name and it was always meant to be that. This should have been the last straw for the animals because seeing your leader changing your farm name because he wants to act like a human should have been when they revolted.
In George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm, a major turning point in the novel was when Napoleon used his secret police force, his dogs, to exile Snowball. Snowball had previously been trying to improve the animal’s lives for the future by building a windmill. After Snowball was exiled, Napoleon became leader and everything immediately went amiss. Orwell stated that: "Somehow it seemed as though the farm had grown richer without making the animals themselves any richer- except, of course, for the pigs and the dogs" (p.86). In other words, no one was benefiting from the animal’s labours apart from the pigs and the dogs because the amount of authority the dogs and the pigs, especially Napoleon had, was corrupt.
When any of the animals questioned any of Napoleons actions, he would confuse the animals with his intellect but would do it in a cunning way by asking, "Surely Comrades, you do not want Jones back?" By using this persuasive rhetorical question, the animals wouldn't question what it was Jones had done and woul... ... middle of paper ... ...trol. The book is based on the Russian Revolution with Napoleon representing the dictator, Stalin. Towards the end, Animal Farm looses its democracy. Napoleon used other animals such as Squealer to maintain control and did not give ant of the other animals a say in what went on.
the second problem was when Napoleon became a leader and feclares that the power to make decisions for the farm will be exercised solely by the pigs.and did not divide the equally among the others and he betrayed them. The final act ended with them get rid of Napoleon and all the animals being free of his rule. The most common issue occurring in indonesia is corruption. In the film Animal Farm, Napoleon sold his friends or the animals for alcohol. he did that for his own good and didn’t think it would effect the other animals.
He uses several methods to take over the farm and keep up control by forces all the animal to do his dirty work for him. His primary methods are by using fear, by exploiting the animal and by bending the rules. Napoleon uses his 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. This allows him to run the farm in his own way and gives him a more comfortable life than the other animals.
After ousting Mr. Jones out of the farm, the pigs were able to get themselves e... ... middle of paper ... ...ve any courage, and therefore lack the ability to even try questioning or disputing anything their government does or says. Because the regime constantly forces fabricated information into their society, the people have lost the sense to do a double take. In one of his essay's "Politics and the English Language" George Orwell wrote: "If the thought corrupts language, language can also corrupt thought." This theory of his shines through his two novels, Animal Farm and 1984. In both novels, each government was able to keep complete control over its populations.
If Mr. Jones had been paying attention, the animals would never have had the opportunity to come together to talk about a revolution. But in his drunkenness, Mr. Jones fails to secure the animals, giving Old Major, a respected pig, a chance to stir things up. In the Novel, George Orwell portrayed the manipulation of speech through a character named Squealer, a pig who acted as a spokesperson for Napoleon. Squealer manipulates the animals to gain their support, this can be seen in his speech, denouncing snowball’s part in the rebellion after he was banished from the farm. Using the animal’s stupidity to his advantage, Squealer played with the minds of all the animals, describing a twisted version of the events of the Battle of the Cowshed, one of the battles that were fought during the rebellion.
Mr Jones, the original owner of the farm forgot to feed them and always treated them like badly. In Animal Farm, the animals rebel against Mr Jones because the 'Old Major' told them to as a last request before he passed away. He had the idea of a perfect society in which animals would rule and everyone would have equal opportunities. As Mr Jones never treated them correctly or had any respect fop the animals. Old Major had a dream that he and the others should rebel and stand up for what they believed.