Squealer represents the Propaganda newspaper Pravda rather than a person the way the other pigs in the novel do. The statement that Squealer can turn black into white was intended to refer to Pravda's ability to turn lies into truth. Squealer also carries the messages from Napoleon to the other pigs who simply take what Squealer says for gospel. In other words, Squealer is a method of communication from the top to the bottom with the ability to put the proper spin on the information. That was Pravda.
Squealer represents propaganda towards Joseph Stalin (Napoleon)
Squealer, dominantly, represents propaganda, but could be paired with the Russian newspaper company Pravda.
Squealer from Animal Farm is an allusion to the Pravda, a Soviet newspaper/propaganda machine.
Squealer is the form of propaganda.
He doesn't really represent a single person but rather the propaganda department of Stalin's government.
In Animal Farm, Squealer is a pig.
Squealer is propaganda, but specifically, Pravda
He is the propaganda chief
Squealer the pig; at first he supports Snowball, but then is hired by Napoleon to make propaganda about him.
Squealer the pig
The fifth commandment in Animal Farm was that no animal should consume alcohol. The irony is that Squealer fell from the ladder because he was drunk.
"Tactics, comrades, tactics"
Squealer uses propaganda to deceive all of the animals on Animal Farm into thinking things that the pigs want them to think, instead of the pigs letting the animals know the truth. Squealer is a manipulator and a propagandist, and should not be trusted.
Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer.
Napoleon, Squealer, and Snowball.
He was injured and then Squealer sent him to the knackers
The pigs did. specifically Squealer.
through his mad ninja skills...
Napoleon (Stalin), Snowball (Trotsky) and squealer