The real equality
"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others."(Page 90) This is the most reasonable sentence I think in Animal Farm, Not only it is a fable, but also it is a history of revolution in USSR. Undoubtedly, how to create real equality is one of the most important problems in the book. However, real equality is impossible to achieve. The natural concept, "Natural selection and survival of the fittest", causes the condition that everyone struggles for themselves in order to get a high position in society; nobody will give up the benefits they can have easily; and it is not realistic that absolute equality was achieved.
The natural concept, "Natural selection and survival of the fittest", causes the condition that everyone struggles for themselves in order to get a high position in society. In the novel, after Mr. Jones was expulsed, pigs, the most intelligent animals in animal farm, became leaders-Napoleon and Snowball began to governor the farm and Napoleon replaced Mr. Jones' primary position eventually, while the other animals continued to be labourers as they did when Mr. Jones was on the farm.
The condition violated the "all animals are equal" (Page 15) definitely. However, nature gave them the ability to lead the farm, which was the ability that other animals were not given. Dogs, the public security of Napoleon, had the skill to safeguard, which was the key to make them live worse than pigs but better than most animals on the farm. The most representative example was the event that happened to Snowball. He was expelled from Animal Farm because he failed in the competition between him and Napoleon.
Also, no animal wanted to give up benefits they can get easily in the animal farm. The primary...