satirise


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A shameful irony well expressed by Gamzatov, "Whoever satirises his country, is like those who satirise their mothers.
IT was meant to satirise his rightwing critics - but Barack Obama reacted with fury yesterday at this cartoon of himself as a Muslim and his wife a terrorist.
It was to satirise the way the media covers the issue of paedophilia, which encourages lynch mob law and vigilanteism.
The mannequin was used to satirise Maggie as a masculine monster in a pinstripe jacket and tie.
An element of their comedy is to satirise highly esteemed, iconic figures carrying out actions that are so far removed from reality as to be absurd.