Napoleon Animal Farm Analysis

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“The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.” Animal farm is taken over by overworked and tiresome animals. Thus attempting the idea of a perfect utopian world with equality at its roots. Unfortunately, the dictatorship community comes back and the animals are forced to work while the rulers, the pigs, sit back and watch. The simple-minded animals live in fear, but do not take matters into their own hands, and simply let the pigs run their lives. Over time, There have been individuals who take action as well as those who sit back and live in fear. The only way the authoritarian system is overthrown is through proving what is right and what …show more content…
In Animal Farm, there were many clueless citizens following under a strong dictator, Napoleon. Napoleon was a man of benefitting his own mind and the process of decreasing the animals’ freedom. Many thought nothing of his skeptical ways and never had a reason to rebel against his wise and wary tactics of leadership. Napoleon instills a way of making everyone fear his structure of control, especially as the roles change and Snowball is no longer an importance in his life. “Napoleon had commanded that once a week there should be held something called a spontaneous demonstration. The object of which was to celebrate the struggles and triumphs of Animal Farm… ‘Long live Comrade Napoleon!’” (115-116) Bringing fear to the table of the animals was a drastic measurement, and still, the animals continued with their lives and never questioned their stubborn ways. Napoleon did not stop there. He only benefitted himself and told the others “it was absolutely necessary he said that the pigs who were the brains of the farm should have a quiet place to work in.” (66) He bent and deformed laws so that the product could benefit only himself. Unfortunately that was only the start of Napoleon’s plan to rule Animal Farm, or as he called it, Manor …show more content…
Leaders today, primarily Caucasians, are forcing many of the minority to live in fear because of harsh consequences being provided for only there race. Napoleon has created so many to fear his scarring tactics where the white class is doing the exact same. Luckily, in the real world responses to these actions are not the same and the outnumbered fight back. Protesting of many has changed and affected many in a way of gaining rights and freedom for all. Throughout time, there has never been a moment where a caucasian white male was objectified because of their race. They are most often the objector. The Black lives matter movement has been through hell and back to take a stand against the racial injustice brought to America. The BLM takes action and responds to discrimination by protesting though sometimes it does not lead to safety in a community. The laws that were created so that only a white man could vote and though the laws changed so that African Americans could vote as well, there were other laws continuing to prohibit them to vote. Today we continue to see that racial divide separating man from man. The Black Lives Matter protest in Portland ME filled with over 150 people marching for their rights are being locked away for serving their right to protest. They were forced to pay a fine, but they did get their word across proving that even a march can help many. In Animal Farm,

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