Aren´t you sick of being treated unfairly by humans? Here on Animal Farm, we are led by a pig named Napoleon. Yes, an animal! We used to be led by a human that took everything from us. He took our kids and used harsh tools such as whips to hit us in return for our hard work. Does that sound like the utopia you deserve? Sounds more like a dystopia to me.
You need a leader like our Napoleon. He saved us from our human, and now conditions on the farm are better than ever. We have more rations, we work shorter hours, etc. You still work the same that you always have, and for what? You don´t receive half of what you produce. Everything we produce comes back to benefit us. You work so that someone who claims to ¨own¨ you can sell it in exchange for money. Your owner is only manipulating you.
I don´t want to get involved, but for you, I will. It says ¨All animals are equal¨.
We even have commandments here. Napoleon, our leader, created them to make sure every animal stayed equal and Animal Farm doesn´t become corrupt with the ways of the humans. Such as this one...what does it say Benjamin?
You may think you may need humans, but you won´t. We managed to create a whole windmill without human help. Now we can have electricity in order to get resources faster than ever before. Also, for you that still believe the animal lifestyle will be too different than the human lifestyle for you, don´t worry. My leader Napoleon was telling us that our revolution was inspired by a human one called the Russian Revolution. We´ve just changed it a little to suit our situation.
You´re probably reluctant, but hopefully our example here on Animal Farm will be enough motivation for you to join the revolution.
Sources: George Orwell: Animal Farm: A Fairy Story. Publisher: 'Harcourt, Brace and Company'. USA, New York. 1946. Shmoop Editorial Team. “Revolution.” Shmoop, Shmoop University, 11 Nov. 2008, www.shmoop.com/modernism/ revolution-characteristic.html.