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There are many techniques used with propaganda If someone is a Packers fan they should ask themselves if they are a real fan or is they just started to like the team because they just won a super bowl and have a winning record this season If they just started to like them this season they would be involved in a form of propaganda known as Bandwagon The author of Animal Farm George Orwell is a master at using propaganda is the most interesting ways When reading Animal Farm one can discover that the most interesting types of propaganda were used by Squealer Napoleon and the humansSquealer is an intelligent pig that lives on Animal Farm Squealer loves to use propaganda and in this case he applies Card Stacking to the scene which is manipulating an audience perception of an issue by emphasizing one side and repressing another When Squealer uses Card Stacking he says It was absolutely necessary that the pigs who were the brains of the farm should have a quiet place to work in 61Squealer is telling the animals that the pigs should live a good life and be healthy so Jones wont come back On the other hand the real reason the pig want to live in the house is because they thing that they are the dominate animal on the farm and deserve the best Squealer the huge bore is and outrageous creator of propaganda But the ringleader of all propaganda on the farm is Napoleon who is shooting out propaganda left and rightNapoleon is the leader of Animal Farm and an evil one at that he uses propaganda to lie to the other animals and he also will call them names When Napoleon called another animal a name he called Snowball an enemy by saying Do you know the enemy who has come in the night63
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