Napoleon enters into an alliance with Frederick in order to sell surplus timber that Pilkington also sought, but is enraged to learn Frederick paid him in counterfeit money. But when Boxer falters and can longer work, the pigs, under the usual cloud of disinformation, ship him off to the knackers to be boiled down for glue, just as the old Major warned that Jones would do.
In the final scene, the animals peer in through the windows of the farmhouse on a scene in which pigs and men have finally become indistinguishable, the leaders negotiating and drinking with capitalist powers on an equal footing - the last stage of the Revolution in decline.
Defying a ban on individuality, Winston dares to express his thoughts in a diary and pursues a relationship with Julia.
Although Boxer is clearly taken away in a knacker 's van, Squealer quickly assures the animals that the van had been purchased from the knacker by an animal hospital and that the previous owner's signboard had not been repainted.
This recollection pushes Orwell outside the frame of his tale, to write almost discursively.
Animal Farm is also a powerful satire. But as the animals are gradually subdued, their hopes betrayed and their commonwealth taken over, the book also shows how the simple view can prove altogether ineffective. George Orwell used talking animals to show their interaction of these animals to help link things about humans that he can link to animals in the world.
The pigs move into the farmhouse, sleep in beds, start drinking and wearing clothes, begin negotiating trade agreements with their human adversaries, and walk on their hind legs - all accompanied by ritual professions of faith to the Revolution.
Jones, it is recognised by many people that this symbolised the Russia and the Soviet Union under Communist Party rule.