Were you letting Mr. Pilkington's men stroke your noise?
No, it isn't true!
Let's build a windmill!
No, we don't need it!
In the beginning of chapter 5, Clover see's Mollie by the hedge that divides Foxwood from Animal Farm. Mollie is letting a man pet her nose and Mollie and denies it. Clover then goes to Mollie's stall and discovers she is hidding sugar and ribbons. Mollie shortly then disappears.
Furthermore in chapter 5, Snowball and Napoleon constantly go back and forth disagreeing on any little thing. Much conflict arises as Snowball wants to be a windmill and Napoleon doesn't because he doesn't think it's efficient.
After the all the conflict with Snowball, Napoleon moves forward with the plan of building the windmill overtime.
In Chapter 6, Napoleon breaks one of the commandments by engaging with trade from another farm. They need more materials and don't know how else to get them. The pigs also think they have more freedom because they are entitled to their power. They break another rule by sleeping in a human bed yet changing the rules.
Chapter 7 begins as we see that animals are already facing a harsh winter. Napoleon starts hiding the food that's left for only himself and letting the other animals starve. Napoleon also has more power now with his guard dogs and can get away with things.
At a meeting, several animals confess to having been in league with Snowball, or with Jones, or both.some of the animals have picked up on the fact that things aren't quite working out.some of the animals have picked up on the fact that things aren't quite working out.