kosta ..your take on this and any cultural take on it?
Resistance (in Serbian: Отпор or Otpor)
Bought and paid by a portion of the $25 million US government distributed to various groups to bring down the regime of President Miloshevich in Serbia (then Federal Republic of Yugoslavia).
They could be called 'activists' of foreign interests, consisting of pretty much do-nothing opporutnist. Organizationally immature, they tried to form a political party and failed in 2003, having received a total of 1.6% of the total vote.
They are now morphed into Tadich's Democratic Party (which seems to be a magnet for various oddballs just like Chedo Yovanovich's Liberal Democratic Party, formerly asscoiated with Tadich, which is itself made up of pretty much all the traitors one could muster in Serbia).
One of their biggest protectors and mentors was the assassinated Prime Minister Zoran Djindjich, who made spinless opprotunism his personal trademark.
This incident only shows what calibre of humanity these activists belong to. After Miloshevich stepped down, they appointed themselves as new "reovlutionary guards" who were supposed to "monitor corruption." They are so stupid, I would be surprised if they can button their own shirts.
This article attests to that.