I highlighted what I strongly disagreed with but that's not to say that I agree with the rest of your post.
If your honest opinion is that the GFA was a failure I doubt very much you are anything more than a bar stool republican who misses the bar stool because of the lock down and still feels the need to impress strangers with your self proclaimed republican credentials.
If you'd like to engage in reasonable discussion that is what this forum was created for and it was you yourself that started this thread, presumably because you wanted a discussion although it does appear you did actually want a pissing competition and were confident of your abilities.
This doesn't give you ownership of the thread though, just because you started it doesn't mean everything you write is above reproach, you should expect criticism if you are expressing viewpoints others do not agree with.
I'd actually like to hear the reasoning behind your views, not because I consider you a militant republican like you are trying to portray (because I don't think you are) but I'd like to find out your opinion and where you think the likes of Gerry Adams, Martin McGuinness, Tom Murphy, Gerry Kelly, John Hume and all the others too numerous to mention went wrong when they helped create the Good Friday Agreement.
Over to yourself, mo chara.
Its endpoint is entirely predicated on the british being honest.....
But that being said,unless the ira could bring something new/game-changing to the fight,they were never going to break the deadlock (and vice versa with the english)