The Rebellion

Topics: Ten Commandments, Moses, Ritual Decalogue Pages: 3 (1394 words) Published: August 20, 2013
Priscilla Botero
Ms. Hall
English Comp 2
Final Project
The Rebellion
Hello my fellow friend’s I know you might not even want to hear a word I am saying or even believe what I am about to tell you but I would like for you to give me a chance and explain to you why I am here. I have gathered you all here today because I want to help bring back the rebellion. We should all be equal, why do I get more because I was born a pig. I have had to watch a lot of you be abused and I do not want to hold my tongue anymore even if it’s to my own kind. That is the problems that word “my own kind “aren’t we all animals .I want to help if you just give me a chance. Not all pigs think the same we are smart enough to have our own beliefs and our own thoughts. I got the opportunity to speak with Benjamin and some of the other animals they helped me learn all about the rebellion and the attacks that happened. I want to help you guys plan an attack but before I tell you this I would like for you to think what went wrong. Let’s ask ourselves what happened. You took over the manor farm for many reasons. To achieve unity, equality trust, freedom and individuality. At first I believe you did but there was one that did not want that, Napoleon. He only wanted to grab the power and to make profit. That day when his guard dogs chased the correct leader snowball was the day the rebellion was over and the new dictatorship began. He saw his chance to do that when Mr. Jones was expelled .then napoleon relentlessly pursued his policy of control. His motives were never to have equality his motives were to become the new master of manor farm and become Mr. Jones. He doesn’t even have respect for his own kind when he made his treacherous guard dogs rip the throat of our fellow pig friends also killed many of your friends. There is no divided power napoleon controls it all. As a result he gets his way through force, and he can create laws and no one can say anything. We are worst then Mr....
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