Sonic

Running a country is pretty serious business, and everything from the words spoken and imagery used by politicians is crucial to sharing the correct message. Apparently, for Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro, the perfect way to express an important message is putting it alongside a musical ditty from 2006's Sonic the Hedgehog. Because of course it is.

The track was used in this video below, shared by the president on Twitter. The tweet itself is talking about investment in Brazil, so who wouldn't opt for some original Sonic music as an accompaniment?

If you're vaguely remembering the music and wondering where exactly it's from, it plays during the second phase of the final boss battle. Of course, the 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game never made it to a Nintendo system unfortunately (or fortunately, going by reviews of the game at the time) so we'll let you off if this is entirely new to you.

Would Donald Trump's ramblings be easier to stomach if put alongside the Tetris theme? Should any talk of Brexit only be allowed if Zelda's Song of Storms is playing? The possibilities are endless.

[via kotaku.com, twitter.com]