‘White women know what they are doing, Asian chicks don’t’: Married One Nation politician Steve Dickson is forced to resign after he is filmed making lewd remarks and touching dancers inside a strip club
- Married One Nation politician Steve Dickson was filmed in American strip club
- The footage shows Mr Dickson groping dancers and saying derogatory things
- In one section he says to another man that ‘white women **** a whole lot better’
- Video filmed during Mr Dickson’s visit to the US including a meet with NRA
- Mr Dickson resigned from One Nation after the strip club video was revealed
A married politician has been covertly filmed at a strip club making lewd remarks and touching dancers.
Steve Dickson was One Nation’s candidate for a Queensland Senate seat and Pauline Hanson’s right-hand man.
He has been filmed inside a Washington DC strip club groping dancers and making derogatory comments about women.
The footage was originally taken as part of an Al Jazeera investigation into One Nation but was later obtained by A Current Affair.
Mr Dickson resigned from the party on Tuesday morning after the strip club video was revealed, the Today Show reported.
Hidden camera footage of prominent politician Steve Dickson (pictured) inside a strip club is set to rock the upcoming election
Senate candidate Steve Dickson was filmed inside a Washington DC strip club groping dancers and saying derogatory things about women
‘I think white women **** a whole lot better, they know what they are doing, Asian chicks don’t,’ Mr Dickson is recorded saying.
‘I’ve done more Asians than I know what to do with.’
Among other things the footage shows Mr Dickson groping the breasts of one dancer before going to the stage and putting money into the underwear of another.
Steve Dickson is running on a platform of family values, describing himself as a ‘family man’
He is also overheard making comments about some of the women, calling one dancer a ‘b****’, 9 News reported.
‘I’ve asked her, she said she wants to come home and suck my d***,’ he says of one dancer as she finishes a lap dance.
It was revealed the man filming him was Rodger Muller, the undercover reporter who also filmed the pair as they met with NRA representatives.
In March Mr Dickson and One Nation chief-of-staff James Ashby were filmed by Al Jazeera discussing covert plans with American gun lobbyists to legalise assault rifles in Australia.
After the piece was aired One Nation party leader Pauline Hanson called a press conference to throw her support behind Mr Dickson as a good family man.
Mr Dickson was filmed describing gun control as a ‘poison’ and saying his party could ‘change Australia’ if it were given money.
It was revealed the man filming him was Rodger Muller, the undercover reporter who also filmed the pair as they met with NRA representatives
He said Australian gun law is important in the context of a global battle for gun rights.
‘If we don’t change things, people are going to be looking at Australia and go “Well, it’s OK for them to go down the path of not having guns, it’s OK for them to go down that politically-correct path,” he said.
‘And it’s like a poison – it will poison us all unless we stop it.’
Mr Dickson has been running on a platform of family values, identifying himself as a ‘family man’.
His website describes him as a happily married man with two grown sons.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Mr Dickson’s office and is awaiting comment.
After the Al Jazeera piece was aired One Nation party leader Pauline Hanson called a press conference to throw her support behind Mr Dickson as a good family man