First off let's start with a few definitions...
White Peace (as according to Wikipedia) - The term status quo ante bellum comes from Latin meaning literally, the state in which things were before the war.
White Peace (as according to the CN wiki) - Refers to when one or more alliances involved in an inter-alliance war agree to peace with one another without imposing any terms on one another.
So with those two definitions we have, we can assume that a White Peace is not a surrender, it is just a return to status before the war. Call it what you will, but I don't think GPF surrendered. Granted, we backed out of the war with VE (using my definition, backing out means exiting any situation regardless of circumstances, such as in "But Colonel, we are already engaged and winning, why do we need to back out now?") and the world may frown upon that... but when has the world ever smiled upon anything GPF did? Granted, we at GPF know how lucky we are that a white peace was delcared, the honorable government of VE are a buch of great people for that, and we thank them immensely, but I don’t think it is fair to start calling this for what its not.
I’m biased... I get it. I’m a part of the Global Protection Force and a government member of the alliance at that. I have an agenda like everyone here, but I at least try to look at it from an unbiased point of view. Some people on here who criticize the Global Protection Force on a regular basis cannot honestly say they are totally unbiased, and that is perfectly fine. But is is too much to ask that you at least try to look past your differences with GPF and judge their actions for that action and not for what you perceive the alliance as a whole to be?