The Role Of Napoleon In Animal Farm

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Mahatma Gandhi once said “Power is of two kinds, one is obtained by the fear of punishment and the other is by acts of love”. Nikita Khrushchev was a good leader, who wanted to help people. Napoleon is a pig from Animal Farm book by George Orwell, who misused his power and made animals work for him. Napoleon was arrogant over himself and though he could do stuff humans do. Napoleon made animals think he is a great leader and made animals work under him. Nikita Khrushchev begun as a Communist party official in the early 1920s and by 1938 became a member of Politburo, the Soviet Union 's ruling “parliament” and next year was named ruler of Ukraine and Eastern Poland. During World War II, Khruschev was an officer in the Soviet army, ending the …show more content…
Napoleon makes Snowball runway using his dogs since he doesn 't want to share power (Orwell 38). Napoleon was greedy for power, so he didn 't let any animals go top of him. Napoleon was greedy and arrogant from his power over the animals thought he could rule by himself. The rebellion was turning point for Napoleon, for he took the full control of Animal Farm (14-15). Napoleon was a king who made decisions for all animals. Napoleon made animals think he is good ruler and used the animals to gain more power. Stalin picks Nikita as one of his people (“Nikita Khrushchev Biographies”). Nikita became a ruler by Stalin appointing Nikita under him. Nikita didn 't hurt people to get power for himself or others. The Soviet Union ruled and they picked Nikita as the ruler of Ukraine (“Nikita Khrushchev”). Nikita was good and active around people that people liked him to be their ruler. Nikita liked doing something for his citizens and not cheat them. Nikita was different from Napoleon, that Nikita liked helping and did great things for the people and Napoleon want the power only and didn 't help animals on Animal …show more content…
Napoleon made the law that pigs should live in farmhouse (Orwell 47). Napoleon made that rule to tell that pigs are smarter and pigs rules. Napoleon and pigs wanted to be different from and live away from other farm animals, for they were making all the decisions and making rules. Napoleon changed rules from walking on four legs to walk on two legs (Orwell 91). Napoleon was wanting to do stuff like human that he started walking like humans. Napoleon was changing to be the rules and making himself the ruler of Animal Farm, and bad-mannered to animals. Nikita Khrushchev rebuilded the region for people, because the war made the land worse to live in the land or do something with land (Watt 574). Nikita wanted to people to live safely after the war, that he rebuild everything that was there before the war. Nikita didn 't want people live badly, for he helped them after the war to so they can survive. Khrushchev also launched bold but unattainable agricultural goals by increasing production in areas not suitable for crops (“Nikita Biographies”). Nikita helped get new ideas for farmers to farm and get more goods and crops. The citizens got help from Nikita to live differently and happily. Nikita did good things for citizens and Napoleon made things to help himself and not animal on Animal

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