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This made him to get rid of Snowball from the farm using the dogs that he had secretly trained.
Thesis: Napoleon changed the farm rules by stating no animal shall kill each other without the cause. This indicated that Napoleon did not value other animals’ ideas as he made major decisions affecting the farm without consulting them.
Thesis: Napoleon made the animals to work extra hard by forcing them to build a windmill, which he did not consider useful at the beginning. He used this to act as strategy to make animals too tired to think about their situation, lack time for rebellion and not to realize Napoleon’s intentions.
The banning of Snowball from the animal farm indicates that Napoleon is an opportunist because he changes a situation to his favor. Throughout the novel, Napoleon used Snowball as scapegoat for everything that went wrong in the farm. This secured Napoleon’s leadership position as the animals did not blame him for anything bad. Napoleon used different means to ensure that he maintained his power (Orwell & Ian 25). For example, he rarely appeared in public that made the animals to believe that he had important matters to attend to rather than the animals’ welfare and they made the animals to adore his appearance. Finally, Napoleon eliminated anyone who appeared to be a threat to his
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