The rally was organized by unnamed nationalists and was supported by a contingent of Serbian Action activists. The occasion for the rally was an ongoing court battle aiming for the “rehabilitation” (dispelling communist lies) of wartime pro-Nazi leader Milan Nedic.
Nedic, who was prime minister from 1941 to 1944, was declared a war criminal by the Yugoslav Communist authorities after the Nazi occupation of the country ended, but his great-grandson and his allies are hoping that the court will posthumously clear his name.
Monday’s hearing again attracted both opponents and supporters of Nedic’s rehabilitation to protest outside the court.
People opposing his rehabilitation were almost all literal homosexuals or elderly communists.
The nationalists, almost all of whom are fighting age men, gathered across the street from the communist rabble & chanted Nedic’s name while waving flags with pictures of the WWII leader.