When the fourth commandment is changed, why doesn’t Clover trust her own memory about its original wording?

When the fourth commandment is changed, why doesn’t Clover trust her own memory about its original wording?

When the fourth commandment is changed, why doesn’t Clover trust her own memory about its original wording?

When the fourth commandment is changed, why doesn’t Clover trust her own memory about its original wording?

This is demonstrating the effects of propaganda and the satirical nature of the entire book. Clover’s mistrust of her own memory is coming from habitually being told lies. When people are lied to enough, they start to believe them, especially if the lies are so closely related to the truth. Every time a commandment is changed… it is just a few words that are added or affected.Squealer does a great job being a reinforcer of propaganda as he asks questions that challenge the other animals to question their own beliefs of the past. Squealer effectively provides arguments too about why things need to be the way they are, for the pigs mental benefit in most scenarios.
When the fourth commandment is changed, why doesn’t Clover trust her own memory about its original wording?