On 9 April 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrendered the remnants of the Army of Northern Virginia to the forces of the US Army, under command of General U.S. Grant, at Appomattox, Virginia. To most people, this event represents the end of the War for Southern Independence.
Indeed, it did, for all intents and purposes, mark the end of one phase of the conflict. But the struggle to give the South a name and place among the nations of the earth (the gist of one of Lee’s prayers) has not ended. And it will not end until 1) we are free from the godless Democrat/Republican regime in Washington, DC or 2) every Southern nationalist has been eliminated.
May the God of our Fathers indeed answer Lee’s prayer and grant the Southern nation (our people) their freedom. And we ask this in Christ’s name, Amen.