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Born in Brisbane, Australia on the 27th May 1954, Pauline Hanson became the face of "Racists" in Australia with her maiden Parliamentary speech on the 10 September 1996. She was the independent member for Oxley, Queensland and held the seat until the next election in 1998. She started the "One Nation" which for a time had [u]some[/u] support from a small minority of xenophobic Australians, especially in Queensland.
During her time as a politician she was also famous for the 60 Minutes interview with Tracey Curro who asked "Are you [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xenophobia]Xenophobic[/url]" to which she replied "Please explain?" in a nasally voice. In the same interview she was asked her opinion on the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in Sydney, to which she replied "I don't like it, because it’s promoting something that's not natural". The catch phrases "Please explain?" and "I don't like it" went on to become her trade marks and were used in television commercials and parodies.
After the downfall of One Nation, her political career and a stint in jail she shot back onto our TV screens on Dancing with the Stars. A makeover and some dancing lessons didn't help her to a win but then again she wasn't the first voted off.