A One Nation candidate was filmed with different comments about homosexuals and women.
Stuart Bonds, who runs to the seat of Hunter in New South Wales in the federal elections, was filmed with comments from his Finnish tattoo artist wife, Sini, for her YouTube channel.
& # 39; The only thing worse than a gay person with power is a woman & # 39 ;, says Mr. Bonds in the video, according to 9 News.
& # 39; I don't have a female boss and I don't have a gay boss and there is a reason for that. & # 39;
Stuart Bonds, who runs to the seat of Hunter in New South Wales in the federal elections, was filmed with the comments of his Finnish wife of the tattoo artist for her YouTube channel (shown together)
The video & # 39; s were uploaded to Sini's YouTube account, but were deleted shortly after the election was announced.
In other videos, Mr. Bonds wonders if the Port Arthur shootings were a conspiracy, according to 9 News.
& # 39; Why wasn't a good court case done with a jury? And why was there a 30-year embargo with the evidence? & # 39;
Similar comments were made by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson in an Al Jazeera documentary released earlier this year.
The same documentary revealed that senior One Nation party members traveled to the United States to lobby with the National Rifle Association for millions in funding.
When asked earlier if he regretted making the comments, Mr. Bonds said he did not.
The 33-year-old, however, told Daily Mail Australia that the offers do not reflect his views and have been taken out of context.
& # 39; The man who did our ceremony in Finland was a gay man. The best boss I've ever had was a woman, & he said.
Stuart Bonds, a & # 39; proud & # 39; Australian farmer and miner, runs to Hunter's seat in New South Wales for the upcoming federal elections
A selection from the video in which Mr Bonds makes the derogatory remarks
& # 39; The comments were taken from the context. It was a bit of a joke long ago. It does not reflect my views. & # 39;
& # 39; Was it in bad taste? Probably. If someone is offended by the comments they have, my permission for a message and I apologize. & # 39;
He denied that he was asked to be a female hater or a homophobic.
The heavily tattooed candidate describes himself as a & # 39; proud & # 39; Australian farmer and miner.
One of his many ink cartridges is from a tattoo of an anarchy etched over his chest, but he said he has no intention of overthrowing the government.
Mr. Bonds, who is married to Finnish tattoo artist Sini (right), is different from his competitors
He hopes to make more investments in rural areas by aiming for more infrastructure projects such as dams, roads and bridges to connect the city to the wilderness & # 39 ;.
Mr. Bonds, who has lived in the Hunter Valley for the last 15 years, met his Finnish wife four years ago in tattoo artist Sini in a tattoo parlor in Thailand. They also have an 18-month-old daughter named Penny.
The couple's wedding in 2016 was broadcast on the & # 39; Australia & # 39; s Cheapest Weddings & # 39; from Channel 7.
The couple revealed that their ceremony only cost $ 300, while the reception was $ 400.
In Mr. Bonds's segment about the show, he can joke that Sini must stay near their sink near their new house.
& # 39; I'm not allowed in here, you're not allowed in, this is your sink, & # 39; he says as the couple builds their home.
In a previous Facebook post, Mr. Bond's family photos of his wife and daughter shared.
& # 39; People ask & # 39; & # 39; why are you doing this, you will never change anything? & # 39; & # 39; He wrote with the photo & # 39; s.
Mr. Bonds, who has lived in the Hunter Valley for the last 15 years, met his Finnish tattoo artist Sini four years ago in a tattoo parlor in Thailand (photo)
& # 39; My answer & # 39; & # 39; I have to, I do it for them & # 39; & # 39;. & # 39;
Sini identifies himself as an international model and runs Singleton tattoo company Anarchy Ink Australia.
In a blog post last year, Sini announced a plan for the Finnish parliament – if she lived in Finland.
In a detailed summary of the campaign, Sini wrote that Finland should be removed from the EU and called for better salaries in health care.
Sini also said that borders should be closed and has recommended a trial period for refugees and immigrants.
& # 39; Finland is from Finns. We are part of Europe, but I do not believe that the EU has anything else to offer that we could not live without, "says part of the blog.
The couple (photo), whose wedding 2016 Channel 7 & # 39; s & # 39; Cheapest Weddings Australia & # 39; s & # 39; has a daughter named Penny
Sini (photo) identifies himself as an international model and runs Singleton tattoo company Anarchy Ink Australia
& # 39; Close the borders for a few years and make sure our own issues are solved first. & # 39;
& # 39; Finland is at the point where we need to time out. No more asylum seekers. We have offered a helping hand. & # 39;
Mr. Bonds has described himself as a & # 39; walking board & # 39; for the tattoo business and confirmed & # 39; I am not an anarchist & # 39 ;, Newcastle Herald reported.
The One Nation politician also commented on his Twitter cover photo with the text & # 39; RULE NUMBER 1: F *** WHAT THEY THINK & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I am a bit of an in-your-face person, & # 39; he said.
In a blog post last year, Sini (photo) announced a plan for the Finnish parliament – if she lived in Finland
Mr. Bonds has described himself as a & # 39; walking board & # 39; for her tattoo company and confirmed & # 39; I am not an anarchist & # 39;
& # 39; I'm not the kind of average person that would run, and that's exactly what we need. We need some variety, a little difference of opinion there. & # 39;
In one Facebook message, Mr. Bonds reads his candidacy speech and talks about Australian immigration policy.
& # 39; We are being demographically replaced by people from the third world & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; We can close those boundaries, we can limit the flow of people coming in. & # 39;
& # 39; I intend to go to Canberra and attack the heart of the dragon – the corrupt companies and politicians who have sold this nation, & # 39; he said.
In one Facebook message, Mr. Bonds reads his candidacy speech and talks about Australian immigration policy