The UK veering away from the EU in standards and regulations forces a controlled border.
Where in the GFA does it state the UK must be aligned with EU standards and regulations?
Because you've not left and diverged – yet.
Has the UK government been quoted that a hard(armed) security border will be established?
Now that would be in violation of the GFA
You're grasping at straws in the hope of keeping a highway bridge from collapsing. Any agreements between the ROI and the UK are contingent on what the future relationship actually will be.
Nope you are wrong again.......”The British and Irish governments have signed an agreement that formally outlines the provisions of the Common Travel Area (CTA) once it leaves the EU”
As reported in the Irish times Thu, May 9, 2019, 10:54
And this certainly respects the GFA
When the UK itself takes measures (Brexit and divergence from the EU) in full knowledge of thereby violating a standing peace treaty it automatically forfeits any subsequent demands for keeping that same border open after themselves creating the need for that border to be closed.
The UK has respected the GFA as you know this because you have yet to state where we are in violation of the agreement, the GFA will be respected on the UK side of the border but the EU seems heel bent on making accusations that we are not respecting it when we are going abouve and beyond in trying to make the border as frictionless as possabile when the EU refuse to collaborate.
Outright desperate, dishonest gabling with the lives of the people in Ireland (North and South) like that is exactly the kind of behaviour which will make any future agreements with not just the EU but also other countries a lot harder to achieve and a lot less benefician in the results.
Nope actions speak louder than words and it seems that the EU is using empty rhetoric, the UK is using all legally defined measures that are avalible to it but it seems the EU is trying with all its might to sabotage a result it does not like that was which a democratic elected government is trying to make good on the manifesto of honouring the result of a referenda