It was fews after the the deaths of innocent animals that the rest of the animals in the farm realize the fact that there has been a change in the Seven Commandements.
“No animal shall kill any other animal” was changed so that it now read “No animals shall kill any other animal without cause.”
The animals failed to realize that it was just an addition to two of the words, but they blame themselves for forgetting what the Seven Commandements were.
Napoleon becomes a leader and kind of like a god because the pig poet writes a poem in praise of Napoleon.
The timber that was left by Mr. Jones which was negotiated between Mr. Fredericks and Mr. Pilkington.
The favor fell into Mr. Fredericks and the animals were taught to hate Mr. Pilkington.
Soon afterwards, the construction of the windmill has finally finished.
However, it seems as if Napoleon was tricked.
Mr. Fredericks had given them 5 pounds of fake money.
Napoleon warns the animal to be prepared for the worst.
Napoleon was right, Mr. Fredericks along with a group of men soon came and attacked the animal farm.
The attack has started.
Mr. Fredericks and his group blow up all the hard work and effort put into rebuilding the windmill.
The animals were mad and without fear, they attacked the men.
This lead to several animals being killed, and Boxer getting a serious injury.
That night the pigs find whisky and drink.
The next day, the animals once again blame themselves for not remembering the Seven Commandments because they recall that one of the Seven Commandments being that “No animals shall drink alcohol” which was changed to “No animal shall drink alcohol to excess”.
I think that if I were the animals, I would feel deceived that the Seven Commandments is flexible to the two pigs but not to other animals. In addition, I would also get some suspicions the actions of the pigs.