Not sure that we can say that the Jedi fail to maintain the peace when it matters the most. All those thousands of years that came before matter just as much to the beings who lived in those times. I wouldn't say that the prior successes fail to matter because of one failure. I wouldn't discount the achievements of ancient Rome just because it eventually fell, for example, so I don't see why I'd do that with the Jedi Order. If the Jedi ultimately failed, the Sith and the Empire and the First Order all failed even more so because their period of success is measured in decades rather than millenia. Like we are supposed to believe Jedi are failures because the Sith get to run the galaxy for a few years, but then we are supposed to ignore the fact that would make the Sith even bigger failures since their success is only lasting decades rather than millenia. But really I don't know why people bother to argue with me in the unpopular opinion thread. Like it says on the tin that this is the place to post unpopular opinions. That is what I'm doing. Posting my unpopular opinion. I know it is unpopular when I post it. Jumping on me and telling me that it is an unpopular opinion isn't going to change my view. So I don't know why I get push back pretty much every time I post an unpopular opinion here. Like isn't that what this thread is for? Or am I missing something?