In the mid-’90s, newly elected Australian politician Pauline Hanson rocketed to notoriety after delivering a controversial maiden speech. Her insufficient charisma and education — she famously taken care of immediately an interview query about her xenophobia by requesting what the term designed — was a feature for supporters searching for a person who didn’t chat just like a politician, but also fertile floor for satirists like pull queen Simon Hunt, aka Pauline Pantsdown. Implementing a edition of Hanson’s uncommon style of gown (the politician happily claimed to create most of her personal clothing), Hunt documented a song predicated on vocal examples from Hanson’s speeches removed from context known as “Backdoor Guy.” The track was favored by the target audience of youngsters radio train station JJJ, rendering it to quantity five on the Hottest 100 list for 1997. Hanson acquired a courtroom injunction against the track, claiming it had been defamatory, and Pantsdown recorded a reply called “I CAN’T STAND It,” using comparable out of framework examples of Hanson’s conversation. The follow-up was a lot more well-known and managed to get to quantity ten in the nationwide charts. Hunt later on experienced his name officially transformed to Pauline Pantsdown while operating for workplace himself, unsuccessfully. He came back in 2004 beneath the moniker Small Johnny, called after Primary Minister John Howard, to lead a song towards the Rock and roll Against Howard compilation known as “I AM SORRY!” The tune, in an identical style towards the Pauline Pantsdown tracks, satirized Howard’s refusal to concern a formal apology towards the country’s aboriginal people.