I wrote the other day that more and more U.S. troops are entering Palau and that the President and his security team are finally going to Washington DC. I was concerned about the Federated States of Micronesia, which has diplomatic relations with China and is of even greater security concern than Palau.
First, President Panuelo was invioted by the Indo-Pacific Command in Hawaii. And the other day, the U.S. Embassy in the FSM posted on Facebook that the FBI had entered the capital of Pohnpei.
I have been supporting this movement for the past several years, as the U.S. has asked for my cooperation. This is just the beginning, but I feel a great sense of relief and accomplishment. Unfortunately, Japan has been on the wrong side of the crime. NGOs, politicians, businessmen, and Yakuza are all connected. It is a very embarrassing situation.
I would like to break this down into several parts. I have to point out how this year's Pacific Island Leaders Summit was no sense of urgency, where the "expert" committee members had only misinformation and misunderstanding of PICs. I have been repeatedly told by the US and Australian governments that Japan's Foreign Ministry is a disaster. I agree 200% with them through my 30 years experience.
First, yesterday's news: the FBI has entered the Federated States of Micronesia.
"Cross-border crime trends, concerns, and issues." That means the U.S. has a firm grasp on these issues and is gathering evidence. After cooperating with them for the past few years, I feel that they are on a different level from the Japanese government. First of all, their sense of justice is different. They risk their lives. Japanese bureaucrats are too proud to listen to others.