What a huge tragedy if Ian Paisley, for so many long years such a powerful force against IRA terrorism, ends up going down in history as Northern Ireland’s F.W. de Klerk! This “power-sharing” agreement is little different, in practice, to what happened in SA. It is just a stepping stone to full power for the terrorists. And as with the ANC in South Africa, Sinn Fein/IRA hasn’t really budged at all. The DUP has shifted, altered its position, just like SA’s National Party before the ANC came to power.
Paisley could also have turned to the conflict between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), and now between Israel and other Islamic terrorist groups, for further evidence of what this “new deal” will mean for Northern Ireland. The ultimate goal of the Muslim terrorists is the complete eradication of the nation of Israel; but they are content to achieve that goal in a piecemeal fashion, gaining a victory here, another there. Every time Israel has backed off, and conceded something to the terrorists, they have grabbed it – and then demanded more, and more. It is patently obvious that in the Middle East, “negotiations” mean Israel’s retreat step by step, and the Islamic terrorists’ advance step by step.
Why is the pattern so very similar between the ANC, the PLO, and the IRA? The reason is this: they are all part of the same international terror network! The following is from my book, “Holy War” Against South Africa:
“As far back as the early 1970s, meetings took place between the ANC and IRA in Libya, the USSR, Eastern Europe, Lebanon, and South Yemen. PAC [Pan Africanist Congress] leaders had discussions with the IRA in Britain, and the two stated that they were ready to work together in SA. The PLO, as well, was quite prepared to work in SA with the PAC. This reveals that, in the twilight world of international terrorism, Communism and Islam merge with Roman Catholicism. Seemingly-diverse groups, with apparently little or nothing in common, support one another, standing shoulder to shoulder in the international “struggle”. For truly, the battle is international. Behind it all is the centuries-old Vatican conspiracy, under the direction of the Jesuit/Illuminati forces, to enchain the world to the feet of the pope. The network centres in Rome, even though many of those involved do not know it. Christians have the prophetic Word, and the available evidence verifies it. While Communism, or Islam for that matter, can be used to further its ambitions, the Vatican will readily make use of the forces of either one. Communism and Islam have ambitions of their own, of course, and are also prepared to use anyone to further their goals. It was thus mutually beneficial for the Roman Catholic IRA and the Marxist ANC or PAC to work together, for the ANC and the Muslim PLO to work together, etc. Victory for one was seen as a further step towards victory for the others. A setback for one was a setback for all. The common thread, uniting them all, was the destruction of the existing order, and the creation of the new.” 
As stated by Robert Campbell of The Voice for Democracy Umbrella Group in Northern Ireland: “for the two pro-agreement unionist parties i.e. the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) to enter into a coalition with Sinn Fein/IRA after the elections… would be an encouragement to any other terrorist organisation, whether in Europe, in the Middle East, or anywhere else, to follow the same strategy in order to achieve their political aims: engage in a so-called peace process, enter government, yet maintain their ability to decide when to return to violence.”  Precisely. Just as the ANC’s victory had ramifications far beyond South Africa, as it gave encouragement to such terrorist organisations as the IRA, so now this victory for Sinn Fein/IRA has ramifications far beyond Northern Ireland. For all the terrorist organisations are interlinked.
To quote again from “Holy War” Against South Africa: “The Irish Republican Army has always been a servant of the Papacy in Ireland. In its attempts to bring British control of Northern Ireland to an end, it has used the same kinds of terror tactics as the ANC used in South Africa. This radical terrorist organisation’s political wing is called Sinn Fein. At its Party Congress in 1985, Sinn Fein president, Gerry Adams, said: ‘We do not hypocritically call upon the ANC to renounce violence. We stand shoulder to shoulder with them in their right to develop their struggle by whatever means are forced upon them. To the ANC we extend our unconditional solidarity. To our black brothers and sisters in the struggle we send this simple message of support: Fight on!’ These words reveal, firstly, that there is an international terrorist network, made up of various terrorist organisations around the world, supposedly widely divergent and fighting for different goals, but in reality interlocking and even at times overlapping, and working for the same ultimate ends; secondly, that the ANC’s war was the Vatican’s war: for the IRA is under the Vatican’s control. IRA support for the ANC was yet another link in the chain of international Roman Catholic support for the Marxist ANC.” 
There is certainly ample evidence to show that there are still very close ties between the IRA and the ANC, years after the ANC’s victory in South Africa. And this is not surprising, considering the fact that both are Marxist. Consider the following:
In 2000 and 2001, the IRA permitted an inspection of its secret arms dumps. Many were impressed by this, thinking it indicated a change of heart on the part of the IRA. But who was working in co-operation with the disarmament commission? None other than a high-ranking ANC member, Cyril Ramaphosa! And he, along with former Finnish president Martti Ahtisaari, said in a joint statement: “We observed that the weapons and explosives continued to be safely and adequately stored. We remain confident that they cannot be used without our detection.”  But assurances from the likes of Ramaphosa mean nothing, given the ANC’s strong links to the IRA over many years!
In October 2001, Gerry Adams, Sinn Fein’s leader, visited South Africa to hold talks with senior ANC members, the ANC being the ruling party since 1994. As reported in the press at the time, “The ANC is a long-time ally of Sinn Fein”.  On his arrival, Adams said that South Africa’s “peaceful transition to democracy” [what “peaceful transition”, and what “democracy”? – tens of thousands of people died to establish what amounts to a de facto one-party state!] should serve as an example to Northern Ireland. He told reporters, “We have a duty to listen and try to replicate what you have done here, back home in Ireland.”  Note that he spoke of Northern Ireland as “Ireland” – his ultimate goal being one united, Roman Catholic Ireland.
Adams met with former SA president, Nelson Mandela, in Johannesburg, saying he was seeking advice from Mandela. And he said Northern Ireland politicians must work towards a peaceful, South African-style political settlement! Mandela echoed this, saying, “They must emulate our example. We made peace with our enemies.” Again let it be said, there was no truly peaceful settlement in SA; and the ANC did not, in truth, make peace with the conservative former white government of SA. But the words of the two men showed plainly that SA’s Marxist revolution was the model for Sinn Fein/IRA’s Marxist strategy in Northern Ireland.