Communism In Animal Farm

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The Squealing Pig
Would you like to learn about communism in such a way that you receive a clear picture of what it is? The Novel Animal Farm by George Orwell gives you somewhat of who Stalin was and what communism is. It portrays Stalin as a pig named Napoleon and the other animals as the people under Stalin’s rule, oblivious to what was actually going on. Napoleon used another pig named Squealer to spread lies about what the pigs were actually doing so that the other animals would stay under his command. Through the whole book lies were told so that the animals would not revolt, thus the pigs remained in command. In many ways, Squealer tricked the other animals into believing that what the pigs were doing was correct. When they were gathering apples. When the pigs started to use the farmhouse beds to sleep in. and when napoleon decided to build the Windmill. Squealer convinces the animals in all three situations.
When the first apples began to fall of the tree, the pigs had the other animals collect them. The other animals thought that they would be shared equally between them but the pigs had other ideas. The pigs declared that all milk and apples would go to them only. When the other animals complained the pigs sent Squealer to explain. “Milk and apples (this has been proved by Science, comrades) contain substances absolutely necessary to the well-being of a pig. The whole management and organisation of this farm depends on us. Day and night we are watching over
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