Musos Set Racist Pauline Hanson Speech To Jazz, Hilarity Ensues

Written by Tom Williams on 15th February, 2016

Musos Set Racist Pauline Hanson Speech To Jazz, Hilarity Ensues

Pauline Hanson’s first-ever speech to the House Of Representatives has been given the treatment it deserves, being transformed into a hilariously awkward jazz number by two musos who have played some appropriately disjointed melodies over Hanson’s racist words.

Given in 1996, Hanson’s speech — which saw her call for the end of multiculturalism and say that Australia would be “swamped by Asians” — has been shared to Reddit with some jazzy new additions courtesy of Michael Tan from Perth band Village Kid and his pianist mate Bill Risby.

Tan and Risby, armed with a guitar, drums, a piano and a bass, have even added the chords to their video so that you can play along at home. Watch their A+ genius idea come to life and turn Hanson’s words into mush, below.

Watch: Pauline Hanson Sings Jazz


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