I am the most imperative pig, and creature, on the Animal Farm, or at least I think so. Napoleon is perhaps the only animal that thinks otherwise. He always gets his own way and, every time, dissents with me. Nevertheless, life on the farm ameliorates everyday. Recently, all animals had a huge rebellion against Mr. Jones, the former owner of the farm. We were all genuinely inspired by Old Major's ideas and as the outcome, successfully won the clash. Prior to revolution, animals were all slaves of the wicked men, however, those days are all over and we are looking forward for wonderful generations to come.
Man has abused his power over animals, for centuries. He has been treating us like some crass of fiber just laying there minding its own business. But he was mistaken because, like humans, we have feelings and passion for freedom. Nevertheless, we could not express or define animals" morals to others, for a while, until a magnificent leader, Old Major, arouse. In his famous speech, he encouraged all animals to take a part in the revolution and overthrow Mr. Jones.
"Man is the only real enemy we have Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plough, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is the lord of all the animals." (p.19).
He demonstrated how evil and sinister the nature of man is, and how he enslaves us for only one duty -labor until death. As planned, the speech turned out to be very inspiring and promising. We even sang "Beasts of England", song from Old Major's dream, five times before Mr. John shot his shotgun. We then all scattered but the idea of revolt still remained deep inside us, though the particular time of rebellion was not mentioned. .
After three days, Old Major, disastrously for everyone else, died leaving us in command of our faith and future.