No. Satire does not have to be funny for it to be effective, although humor is effective in getting the message across.
Two reasons: # To tell his life so he would not be forgotten # To get his antisemitic message across.
The rhyme isn't really effective at portraying the message however I feel the form of the poem (shape) enforces the ideas.
Communication that is effective conveys the intended message clearly. In addition, care should be taken to pay attention to word choices and body language to come across as empathetic and personable.
depends on the type of message
Message from Across the Sea - 1914 was released on: USA: 16 January 1914
To get an idea across to an audience without them conciously realizing they are recieving this message.
It was hydra and he sold out captain Americas position to Hitler