Animal farm propaganda
"Boxer, who had now had time to think things over, voiced the general feeling by saying, 'If comrade Napoleon says it, it must be right.' From then on he adopted the maxim, 'Napoleon is always right,' in addition to his private motto, 'I will work harder.'"
This type of propaganda is a combination of both fear, and testimonial. Boxer said this to all of the other animals when he was working. It became his new motto. Because he was telling all of his friends that Napoleon was right, it is called testimonial. This type of propaganda is also considered fear because of the picture it portrays. It shows Napoleon being guarded by his police dogs. They are terrifying and ready to attack anyone who questions his tyrannical rule.