One day, Orwell was inside, writing a allegory called "Animal Farm." It was a allegory about the Russian Revolution and how things became more corrupt. It was all coming to an end perfectly.
In the book, there was a character named Old Major. He was very benevolent and favorable. One smart little pig that started the rebellion to overthrow human race. Shortly after his speech about the rebellion, he passed away in his sleep.
Squealer, one of the Comrades had wrote the Seven Commandments. The Seven Commandments were suppose to be perpetual and keep the animals in control, but later in the story, it started to change and shifted as animals become more like humans.
Mr. Jones has came back and attacked the animals, trying to gain back the Farm. The animals did not want to capitulate, therefore, was drived out of the farm. Mr Jones had control.
The Animals did not give up. They attacked back and got controlled of the farm. They suffered a lot of loss, but the humans did not leave unscathed. Many hurt in this battle.
Before long, animals became more humane. Their apathy in animalism was over and became more like human. When they stood next to human, they couldn't be told apart.