Animal Farm Essay | Ignorance

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Ignorance

Summary: The satire, Animal Farm, by George Orwell, the author criticizes how a totalitarian regime can rise not only from the motives and strategies of the absolute tyrants but from the gullible, loyal, and hard workers. The inability or reluctance to question the pigs' authority condemns the animals to suffer under Napoleon's totalitarian regime.
Ignorance is a curse given to us by God, whereas Knowledge is the key to true freedom. In all generations and in every culture there always has, is, and will be those unfortunate who obtain ignorance and are taken advantage of by those who have a thirst for power. The satire, Animal Farm, by George Orwell, the author criticizes how a totalitarian regime can rise not only from the motives and strategies of the absolute tyrants but from the gullible, loyal, and hard workers. The inability or reluctance to question the pigs' authority condemns the animals to suffer under Napoleon's totalitarian regime.

The unwillingness of Benjamin to oppose the pigs' authority plays a major role in the animal's social and political oppression. Even though Benjamin has the knowledge to piece together the puzzle of the pigs' true intentions, he does nothing to warn the naive animals. When Squealer is...

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