I like satire and humor is not what I am looking for in a reporter of serious world news.
Okay, try to follow me here. I know this may be difficult to understand but I will type it slowly in hopes you get it. Try to wrap your brain around this.
If . . . his . . . stuff . . . is . . . not . . . what . . . you . . . are . . . looking . . . for . . . then . . . don’t . . . read . . . it.
Maybe typing slowly is not enough. Perhaps I should try “shouting” it.
IF HIS STUFF IS NOT WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THEN DON’T READ IT.
I could try standard written techniques of emphasis, such as the use of a bold font.
If his stuff is not what you are looking for then don’t read it.
There are of course other options. I could try bigger letters, or combinations of the above (such as slowly typed, all caps and bolded), but good satire avoids redundancy (unless it serves the satire). But I am beginning to repeat myself, to say things over and over again, to be redundant, again.
Just let me know if you think additional formats of the message will help. I’m just trying to help.