The Great Peace Process Swindle?

By Mick Hall

In a recent column in the Guardian newspaper, Jonathan Freedland was unrestrained in his praise for the north of Ireland peace process, which he claimed not only brought the Provisional IRA’s armed insurgency to an end, but has also opened a new chapter in the often troubled and violent relationship between the Irish people and the UK State. He then went on to inform his readers that due to the Good Friday Agreement’s “obvious” success, it should be emulated elsewhere in the world in an attempt to solve some of the planet’s more intractable political problems.

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