Ever Read The Bible?

This fellow argues there is no place for irony in the Kingdom of God.
Irony is the humor of death. It is the laughter of the worm at work in the tomb. Having no substance of itself, it feeds off and corrupts the order formed by prior, constructive activity.

If this is so, then a country whose chief form of humor is irony is a dead country, though perhaps one whose corpse is still recognizable.

And also, irony has no place in the Kingdom of God.
I think perhaps he means cynicism. I would argue that "His blood be on us and on our children" is --in the contrast between what was intended and what accomplished by the remark-- the most perfect irony ever. Curtsy: NRO