The government's decision to support the organisation of the so-called parade of “pride” should be viewed as not only an insult and a threat that this shameful manifestation represents to our culture and tradition, but also in the wider political context. In other words, this means to see the long term consequences.
SNP Nasi 1389 considers that the government didn't naively insist on the gay-parade and that from the very beginning was well-aware of the high risks associated with the carrying out of such an event. Furthermore, the government did not only calculate on that risk, but carefully planned its consequences. All events associated with the 10th of October 2010 have only one interest and goal: the introduction of a permanent state of emergency in Serbia. The government simply used one unpopular group to provoke a strong public anger and reaction, so that the angered people could be labeled as “thugs” and “hooligans”. (The protest of our fellow countrymen two days ago in Genoa were then seen as an “ace up the sleeve”.) Finally, under the pretext of protecting us from those “thugs and hooligans,” the regime is preparing the introduction of a permanent state of emergency in the country, with all consequences that it carries. It is unacceptable and shameful that the same statements are repeated from the 90's in which the people are being classified as a “mob”. (Marko Djurisic, DS).
What is actually now being prepared for us is the latinoamerican scenario of the 1970s: mass arrests (from 10.10.2010 more than 800 people have been arrested), police brutalities (beating of unconscious protesters whilst lying in the streets, torturing in police stations: strangling by cables, plastic bags etc, and, furthermore, honoring of sadism) and many much worse actions of which we are still to be made aware of and of which, after the closure of “Goli Otok” (literal translation “Bare Island”) thought would be impossible to be repeated. All government representatives in Serbia are claiming that they will prove that “no one is stronger than the government,” whilst the government secretary Homen has announced that “the answer from the government will be bloodcurdling”. Such an announcement was not stated passionately – it is a realistic threat, which has already started to take effect. Apart from the previous, the gay parade in Belgrade was not organised nor attended by real gay people – everyday people of the wider public of Belgrade or any other Serbian city.
The parade was organised by a small group of foreign financed people (the so-called Gay-Straight Alliance), who under the pretext of the fight for human rights of sexual minorities, promote the most extreme Atlantic and traitorous politics, which is reflected in the attitude of the so-called “dekosovization” of Serbia, the detention and prosecution of Serbian hero's to the illegal Hague Tribunal and unconcealed hate speech toward all those who are not like them and think differently from them. They were assisted by the LDP extremists, the so-called “Antifa” and the anarchists, who are replacing the general peoples' struggle and worker's rights with gay rights. Leftists (if it makes sense to use the term these days) fight for workers, not for gays. Gays are not leftists, they are what is called in the traditional sense of right hand: a wealthy minority that rules the impoverished majority, for exploitation (liberal capitalism), unfair system and dictatorship.
The current reality of Serbia is a dictatorship, where under the pretext of democracy and European values has introduced fascisation of society and single-mindedness. All human rights in Serbia are affected, from the most basic right to life. Consistent implementation is required by the principals from the EU, the Serbian puppet regime has destroyed the Serbian economy and has led the citizens of Serbia to the edge of existence. The regime has jeopardized the peoples' right to work (mass layoffs for political reasons and lack of employment opportunities due to corruption), and therefore the right to food and to life. The right to health has been jeopardized (health care system works for the interests of international pharmaceutical companies, which do not care how many children in Serbia suffering from leukemia, will be killed in order to have their drugs sold, slowly, but surely free health care will also be eliminated). The right to education has been jeopardized (with the Bologna Declaration and the abolition of free education).
There has been an abolition of freedom of speech, expression, information (the absence of free media space, the relevant public hearing, inability to express the opposite opinion of the ruling, without sanctions and labelling for "clerofascism", "Nazism"). The right to a fair trial and right to innocence until proven guilty has been jeopardized (violates basic legal achievements of European civilization, Habeas Corpus and Magna Carta libertatem). SNP Nasi 1389 is informing the public that they will soon lodge an action for defamation against B92, which calls us "clerical-fascist", and we invite the judiciary to give evidence which will connect to us or our activities with any clerical, fascist and clerical-fascist organization or action. Also, we are also warning those who would connect us with any "Ultras" that we will act in the same manner towards them in the view of a court action. If SNP Nasi 1389 is "ultra" in anything, then they are ultra-democratic-minded (we call this solidarity in battle), since they do not cultivate a cult leader like all other political organizations, especially the parties in Serbia.
Citizens of Serbia, both our and your human rights and freedom are threatened. The puppet regime in Serbia only cares about what kind of image of themselves is being sent to European friends (Serbian enemies) and of how many flower pots were broken in the city instead of how many people's heads, arms or legs (of both protesters and police officers) were broken, whether you will have something to eat by the end of the month! Also, we call on the police to not allow to be politically misused against the people. Police officers, use your right to conscientious objection - it is your human, moral and civil right: Stand with your people!
Citizens of Serbia, if you do not want Serbia in 2011 to look like Chile in 1976 join the fight - let's fight uncompromisingly against these fascists!