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I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by wearsandtrends1: 5:29am On Jul 18, 2021
How many of you have read animal farm

A beautiful masterpiece by George Orwell.

Talks about how a group of animals staged a coup against mankind
Against mankind

Apparently it is the book that inspired Fela's song beast of no nation.

Ps. indicate if you want a copy will send via whatsapp

Or join our whats app book club ¥

Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by DonBenny77(m): 5:32am On Jul 18, 2021
I have, even watched the movie "all animals are equal but some are more equal".

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by ashybabs(m): 5:46am On Jul 18, 2021
wearsandtrends1:
How many of you have read animal farm

A beautiful masterpiece by George Orwell.

Talks about how a group of animals staged a coup against mankind
Against mankind

Apparently it is the book that inspired Fela's song beast of no nation.

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He is an animal maltreating other animals.
When i read the book, i found out that it totally describes the current situation of Nigeria.
We wanted freedom from the British, we got it. Then our brothers turned against us for their own selfish interest.
And now when we look at our leaders and former colonial masters... We can't find any difference. They are all the same.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Authoreety: 6:02am On Jul 18, 2021
MNK said it already

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Kriss216: 6:18am On Jul 18, 2021
It's called Zoo for a reason.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by DADDY2or3FISHES: 7:04am On Jul 18, 2021
It's an interesting satire. Same Orwell wrote 1984...where freedom of speech is suppressed and controlled. The man must have seen Nigeria under the leadership of BuHARI

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Nobody: 7:40am On Jul 18, 2021
Just type "Animal Farm pdf" on google.com, you go download am in less than 30secojds

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Obakashdee(m): 7:58am On Jul 18, 2021
Hmm
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by princeabdul(m): 8:00am On Jul 18, 2021
wearsandtrends1:
How many of you have read animal farm

A beautiful masterpiece by George Orwell.

Talks about how a group of animals staged a coup against mankind
Against mankind

Apparently it is the book that inspired Fela's song beast of no nation.

Ps. indicate if you want a copy will send via whatsapp

Or join our whats app book club ¥
I haven't read this book but I'll love to, I heard about it from a lecturer. " All animals are equal but some are more equal than the other. "
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by webincomeplus(m): 8:16am On Jul 18, 2021
ashybabs:
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He is an animal maltreating other animals.
When i read the book, i found out that it totally describes the current situation of Nigeria.
We wanted freedom from the British, we got it. Then our brothers turned against us for their own selfish interest.
And now when we look at our leaders and former colonial masters... We can't find any difference. They are all the same.
No, our leaders are worse than the colonial masters. You can't compare the state of Nigeria's economy and the life of the common man during the colonial era to what obtains with our leaders now.

The colonial masters would steal your mineral resources and milk you dry, but they will still give you the basic amenities of life to enjoy. But our leaders milk the country dry and give us nothing.

Imagine if Nigeria was still under colonial rule. Our refineries would be working, our rail system would be perfect, and electric power would be stable -- not because they love us, but because they want to make money from our country through those channels. But in the end, the common man still gets to enjoy those basic things. Not like the greedy fools we have there now who don't care if we hand over to them the little that we have.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Vulcanheph(m): 8:37am On Jul 18, 2021
It's as if George Orwell the author of the book time travelled to present day nigeria and got inspired before going back to write the book because everything about the book from the plot, characters, setting represents Nigeria in every where....

The farm represents Nigeria.

Mrnd Mrs Jones; owners of the farm represents the British Empire.

Old major represents our founding fathers Azikiwe, Awolowo, A. Bello etc

Snowball represents GEJ and PDP

Napoleon represents Buhari and APC

Squealer represents APC spokes People ; Lai Mohammed, Garba Shehu, lauuretta onouchie etc

Boxer represents the APC zombies

Jessie and Bluebell's puppies that grew up to become Napoleon's guard dogs represent the Military, Police and DSS

The rest of the suffering animals represent the rest of Nigerians who don't fall in the mentioned categories.... I don't need to explain more because those that have read the book totally understand what I mean.

I will always be grateful to my mom and elder brother for making me read that book when I was younger.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by SporaD8: 9:09am On Jul 18, 2021
ashybabs:
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He is an animal maltreating other animals.
When i read the book, i found out that it totally describes the current situation of Nigeria.
We wanted freedom from the British, we got it. Then our brothers turned against us for their own selfish interest.
And now when we look at our leaders and former colonial masters... We can't find any difference. They are all the same.
The climax will be when the dogs refuse their master's command - Our NA and NPF will get the memo very soon!
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by siofra(f): 9:23am On Jul 18, 2021
wearsandtrends1:
How many of you have read animal farm

A beautiful masterpiece by George Orwell.

Talks about how a group of animals staged a coup against mankind
Against mankind

Apparently it is the book that inspired Fela's song beast of no nation.

Ps. indicate if you want a copy will send via whatsapp

Or join our whats app book club ¥

I can't scan it.
Please post a link.
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by siofra(f): 9:25am On Jul 18, 2021
Vulcanheph:
It's as if George Orwell the author of the book time travelled to present day nigeria and got inspired before going back to write the book because everything about the book from the plot, characters, setting represents Nigeria in every where....

The farm represents Nigeria.

Mrnd Mrs Jones; owners of the farm represents the British Empire.

Old major represents our founding fathers Azikiwe, Awolowo, A. Bello etc

Snowball represents GEJ and PDP

Napoleon represents Buhari and APC

Squealer represents APC spokes People ; Lai Mohammed, Garba Shehu, lauuretta onouchie etc

Boxer represents the APC zombies

Jessie and Bluebell's puppies that grew up to become Napoleon's guard dogs represent the Military, Police and DSS

The rest of the suffering animals represent the rest of Nigerians who don't fall in the mentioned categories.... I don't need to explain more because those that have read the book totally understand what I mean.

I will always be grateful to my mom and elder brother for making me read that book when I was younger.


This is what happens in almost every nation in the world.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by DoingBetter: 9:43am On Jul 18, 2021
siofra:


I can't scan it.
Please post a link.
Open Google. Type “animal farm free download “ and use any of the links.
Here https://www.globalgreyebooks.com/ebooks1/george-orwell/animal-farm/animal-farm.pdf
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Cyphar(m): 9:48am On Jul 18, 2021
Pls I want to read it too. Thanks. 08131668577 cry
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by cassidy1996(m): 9:50am On Jul 18, 2021
That book *animal farm * says a lot
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by siofra(f): 9:57am On Jul 18, 2021
DoingBetter:

Open Google. Type “animal farm free download “ and use any of the links.
Here https://www.globalgreyebooks.com/ebooks1/george-orwell/animal-farm/animal-farm.pdf

I'm not talking about the book. I want to join the book club.
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Whois(m): 10:15am On Jul 18, 2021
The book is an eye opener. Zombies need a copy

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by SKhanmi: 10:23am On Jul 18, 2021
The book 1984 by same author is the real deal now. Applies to the world at large, china has already created a state as narrated in that book & the rest are just looking for an excuse to follow.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by KingTom(m): 10:56am On Jul 18, 2021
ashybabs:
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He is an animal maltreating other animals.
When i read the book, i found out that it totally describes the current situation of Nigeria.
We wanted freedom from the British, we got it. Then our brothers turned against us for their own selfish interest.
And now when we look at our leaders and former colonial masters... We can't find any difference. They are all the same.

“The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.”
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by siofra(f): 10:57am On Jul 18, 2021
SKhanmi:
The book 1984 by same author is the real deal now. Applies to the world at large, china has already created a state as narrated in that book & the rest are just looking for an excuse to follow.

Facebook and Google are the big brothers.

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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by nnamdiosu(m): 11:13am On Jul 18, 2021
wearsandtrends1:
How many of you have read animal farm

A beautiful masterpiece by George Orwell.

Talks about how a group of animals staged a coup against mankind
Against mankind

Apparently it is the book that inspired Fela's song beast of no nation.

Ps. indicate if you want a copy will send via whatsapp

Or join our whats app book club ¥


Kindly send the link instead
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by ibnlawal(m): 11:22am On Jul 18, 2021
wearsandtrends1:
How many of you have read animal farm

A beautiful masterpiece by George Orwell.

Talks about how a group of animals staged a coup against mankind
Against mankind

Apparently it is the book that inspired Fela's song beast of no nation.

Ps. indicate if you want a copy will send via whatsapp

Or join our whats app book club ¥
Drop your digits. My phone can't seem to capture the link, camera is kinda blur
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Rickmann: 11:54am On Jul 18, 2021
Studentdelta21:
Just type "Animal Farm pdf" on google.com, you go download am in less than 30secojds

Thanks bro.
I already did..i think this might just be another opportunity to read this book as a missed it back at high school.
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by KennedyOkpara(m): 11:58am On Jul 18, 2021
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Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by elpochas: 12:09pm On Jul 18, 2021
The creatures outside looked from Cow to Man and from Man to Cow,and from Cow to Man again;but already it was impossible to say which was which.
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by wearsandtrends1: 12:11pm On Jul 18, 2021
ibnlawal:

Drop your digits. My phone can't seem to capture the link, camera is kinda blur
09075986514
Re: I READ This Secondary School Book And Realised Its The Same thing in Nigeria by Tekzyflex(m): 12:33pm On Jul 18, 2021
Animal farm is a satirical novel that portrays the Russian Revolution of 1916;during the reign of Jesef Stalin.
The author George Orwell was a pseudonym of Eric Arthur Blair which I think he used to keep his identity descreet from Stalin tyrannical government.

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