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Animal Farm Strong vs Weak The pigs had objectives other than the benefits and the good of the other animals On the contrary their objectives were to use conquer and capitalize on them One of the conflicts in Animal Farm is the strong against the weak The strong are the pigs and the weak are all the other animals There are two main offenders of the weak Napoleon and the pigs in general Napoleon was a tyrant It is very likely Napoleon and the other pigs were conspiring to take over Animal Farm so that they could take advantage of the situation of having many animals at their disposal Although Napoleon played a very important role in the assault on the weak Napoleon most likely was the originator of all the decisions that go against the morals of the animal society He is the one that initiated the violation of established resolutions and concealed it by altering the resolutions What satisfied his pleasure is what took precedence over everything-the animals honesty commandments etc He gave himself the credit for every good thing without any recognition to the other animals such as the building of the windmill and the victory of the Battle of the Windmill In addition he is the one that completely transformed the farm into the same or worse way it was in the hands of Man He made the pigs mimic Man adopted all its bad habits which were against the animals with the exception of the pigs The other pigs were also involved in taking advantage of the weak The other aspect that was against the weak is that the pigs in general clearly took advantage of their leadership to exploit the other animals This could be proven multiple times starting from nearly the beginning of the story Even when Snowball a good guy was still in the picture this exploitation was happening by the pigs deceiving the other
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