Mr. Jones, of the Manor Farm is an irresponsible, careless farmer who enjoys the alcohol a little too much and whose animals suffer from his neglect. One day they are fed up and, following the ideals of animalism, they drive the humans, who live at the expense of the hard working animals, off the farm. At last, animals can build a free and just society in which the fruits of their labor belong entirely to them and in which everyone is equal. Since the new order is threatened by enemies and traitors, a rigorous crackdown is being taken against them, and in order to preserve the young paradise, an appropriate administrative apparatus is needed, and of course not all animals are capable of this kind of work. George Orwell's Animal Farm is a dystopian fable from 1945 in which the convinced socialist strongly criticizes Stalinism and the real implementation of communism.