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What is Satire?

Satire is the use of irony, sarcasm, ridicule, or the like, in exposing, denouncing, or deriding vice, folly, etc. Satire can also be a literary composition, in verse or prose, in which human folly and vice are held up to scorn, derision, or ridicule. 

Satire Articles:

What is Julius Malema?
11 May 2009 ~ Humor > Satire
Julius Malema, ANC Youth Leader, is a joke on his own.
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What is Vernon Koekemoer? | Make Vernon Koekemoer famous | How did Vernon Koekemoer get famous? | Vernon Koekemoer real name | Cassie Booyse
What is Vernon Koekemoer?
29 May 2008 ~ Humor > Satire
Vernon Koekemoer is a South African made up "legend" in the ranks of Chuck Norris. Vernon Koekemoer's real name is Cassie Booyse, an ordinary muscle building guy from Benoni in South Africa. Vernon Koekemoer is now a well known figure in South Africa.
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Mugabe Jokes | What is Robert Gabriel Mugabe | Robert Mugabe | Robert Mugabe Jokes
What is Robert Gabriel Mugabe?
7 May 2008 ~ Humor > Satire
Robert Mugabe is a dictator of note. In 2008 Robert Mugabe ruled as the president of Zimbabwe, when the disputed Zimbabwean elections took place. Robert Mugabe served as the president of Zimbabwe since 1980. Robert Mugabe is part of the ZANU-PF political party. Robert Mugabe's full name is Robert Gabriel Mugabe. Robert Mugabe is a joke by itself, but have a look at some of the Robert Mugabe jokes and other Mugabe content found here.
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