Mahama’s 'pigs' analogy was distasteful – Baako

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Comment: Have you read Animal Farm Sir?

2017-11-10 09:59:16
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Mahama’s 'pigs' analogy was distasteful – Baak

What animals were Napoleon and Snowball who spearheaded the overthrow of humans in the Satire 'Animal Farm' by George Orwell?

The answer Mr Baako is, Pigs.Remember the novel was a satire used to tell the story of former Soviet Union,now Russia.Animals were used to depict human traits and the "some Ghanaian are more Ghanaians than others" by Mahama relates to "all Animals are equal but some are more equal than others" in the Animal Farm story.

Was it not Pigs (Snowball and Napoleon) who coined the new slogan to suit their whims and caprices after they started enjoying the milk and eggs?

And where did Mahama go wrong with an analogy that originally has Pig characters?Or is it because it's coming from Mahama?Sorry Sir,When the Pigs starting enjoying some milk,some animals became more equal than other.

Simple.It's for you to take it personal and seek to draw that as u being called a pig.Your business i guess.Thank God the book is not exclusive to some few but free for all to read and we understand English too if you would credit some of us with understanding of the Queen's language.

Also Sir,do you wanna address the substance of the criticism also with similar vigour as you have dedicated to the peripheral underpinnings?Address the substance and stop character vilifaction and assasination.

My mind

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kwaku apintee on Nov 10, 2017 06:37
Shakes on Nov 10, 2017 09:59
Have you read Animal Farm Sir?