The Power Of Love And Blindity In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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In this tragic novel. The power of love and comfort outweighs all moral principles and the willingness of the animals to follow blindly even when those they follow are corrupt. Napoleon, Squealer, the pigs and the dogs exert power and the other animals such as Boxer, Clover, Benjamin, Muriel, and the sheep are willing to follow blindly.
The pigs had decided that the apples and the milk will be set aside for them. As the pigs were the brainworkers of the farm. "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others” indicates the pigs’ greed for power and control. The fact that pigs are more equal than the rest of the farm animals shows the unfairness of the pigs’ moral principles. They are willing to do injustice to the others animals by putting their comforts and needs before the others and not being fair with the other animals. The rest of the animals follow blindly as they do not have the capacity to understand the injustice done to them.
Boxer can also be seen as a leader who encourages the other animals to blindly follow Napoleon. His persistent devotion towards Napoleon and principles of Animalism leads him to only think and live by his maxims “Napoleon is always right”. The fact that he can only think of this slogan reflects his inability to engage in any real thoughts. He is one of those who blindly follow and
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This causes him to give up his moral principles. Napoleon openly breaks the basic principle of Animalism. “No animal shall kill any other animal.” When he discovers that the other animals had “dealings” with Snowball his nemesis. Showing his authority and power he has the ability to kill another animal that threatens his comfort and is an opposition to him. The other animals due to being brainwashed to the extent they believe everything they told by Squealers propaganda admit willingly to have been associating with Snowball even though they did

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