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This meant that Napoleon was above all the other animals on the farm, Napoleon was a leader; therefore, the animals had to follow what he said. All animals were not ‘equal’ and this is the moment that Clover realises it. Commandment 6 was broken when the traitors were slaughtered for ‘protesting when Napoleon abolished the Sunday meetings’. The traitors represent the mass execution of the people who disagrees with Stalin’s ideas during the 1930’s. Stalin’s ideas were not the same as communism and Orwell is able to portray this when he specifically states that ‘Napoleon’ abolished the meetings, later in the scene, Orwell again wrote that Napoleon ‘demanded’ other animals to ‘confess’.