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“What do the theme texts tell us about the corruption of power?”

Today I’m going to talk about “corruption of power”. As we know power can used for help others such as to help the social vulnerable group or the power can also used to abuse the social vulnerable group. Same power, but uses in two ways the reactions are totally different. The reason why I chose this topic is because of after watched the film “To kill a mockingbird” base on the novel by Harper Lee and read the book “Animal farm” by George Orwell. I can feel the corruption of power in our society. So, what corruption of power? We can simply define corruption of power as use power to abuse others or make use of somebody. Too much power will leads to loss control of it, like the example from “Animal farm”. Napoleon and Snowball are the leaders of the animal farm; they both have same power to manage the farm. But Napoleon always have the different opinions with Snowball, he wanted to control the whole farm by himself, so he took away Jessie’s puppies and train them as his attendants. He chased Snowball away form him by used puppies. After that, he has the power to control whole farm and no one can reject him. He changed the command which given by old major, he slept on the bed, he drink alcohol; kill the animal who rebel him and trade with human. He makes the animals to work harder than before and no one can against him. Due to Napoleon have too much power, he loss control of it; he can do anything what he wants to do without any restriction. It leads to a corruption of power. Not only Napoleon but also the sheep in the farm help him to increase the power. Although the sheep did not thing, they represent the people who are naive and ignorant. Because they do what Napoleon told them to do and said what Napoleon told them to said. They were not thinking anything. This salutation makes the corruption gross intensively and easier. This story told us the reasons why totalitarian forces occur in...
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