Squealer's Passage In 'Animal Farm'

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The passage in “Animal Farm” That could relate to one's life is the paragraph in which Squealer states, “He had seemed to oppose the windmill, simply as a maneuver to get rid of Snowball, who was a dangerous character and a bad influence”. This statement Squealer made is only propaganda to make the animals believe that the absence of Snowball is good, even though the only person who has had problems with Snowball is Napoleon. During Squealer's speech to them he has threatening dogs behind him, he uses words that the animals don't understand, and he has asked again if they would like Jones to come back. Therefore, Squealer is preying on the animals naivety and the animals fear of Mr. Jones. These tactics are very similar to those of Donald
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