Former Prime Minister Helen Clark isn’t the only NZ radical stirring up trouble in the United Nations.
Cook Islands Maori, Teanau Tuiono is now working for the indigenous section of the UN in Paris.
Tuiono’s home was searched in the 2007 anti terror raids, but no evidence was found.
He was well connected to many of those arrested and has a long history in the anarchist and pro-Zapatista movements.
He was also the main driver of the the campaign to fly the Maori radical flag off Auckland Harbour bridge.