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In looking at Orwells novel Animal Farm it is easily recognized that through wit and craft he has outlined through animals living on a farm playing respective roles a critique of Stalins rebellion towards communism The end result after the trial and error sessions of democracy and equal division of labor is a theme is revealed that prevails in so much of todays society Animal Farm is the story of a revolution gone sour Animalism Communism and Fascism are all illusions which are used by the pigs as a means of satisfying their greed and lust for power As each animal through his or her innate abilities attempts to find their role in the society the final commandment of the original seven written for the government is not quite our motto of liberty and justice for all More to the point it is All Animals are Equal But some animals are more equal than others Of course in our case this refers to people and this is the way that the majority of todays more productive societies are able to flourish It is basically a facade that the rich live by a way of life where everyone plays a role and in essence those in lower classes are the peasants and it is they who help the rich get richer and the poor sink into inhumane levels of poverty Though the farm animals original intention of overthrowing Mr Jones is not inherently evil in itself Napoleons subsequent adoption of nearly all of Mr Jones principles and harsh mistreatment of the animals proves to the reader that indeed communism is not equality but a form of inequality that from the outside can appear to be of value The pigs and dogs take most of the power for themselves thinking that they are the best administrators of government Eventually the power corrupts them and they turn on their fellow animals eliminating competitors through propaganda and bloodshed Orwell
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