Sunday, December 21, 2014

Saopštenje savetodavnih tela Krune o odnosu države i državnog protokola prema Kraljevskoj porodici Karađorđević / Statement of the Advisory Bodies of the Crown on the state and state protocol’s relation to the Serbian Royal Family Karadjordjevic / December 19, 2014

Izložba „Dinastija Karađorđević u velikom ratu“ Novembar 2014
 
Ove godine navršilo se sto godina od izbijanja Prvog svetskog rata. Naši saveznici u toj svetskoj kataklizmi nazvali su ga Velikim ratom za civilizaciju! Mi Srbi smatrali smo ga ratom za oslobođenje i ujedinjenje Srba i drugih južnih Slovena. Nismo ga izazvali, nismo mu težili, ali smo kao narod i kao država na napad odgovorili onako kako je trebalo i kako smo morali!
 
Sve države i narodi koji su imali sudbinu da u tom ratnom vihoru učestvuju, voljno ili nevoljno, obeležile su sećanje na te davne događaje, davne vremenski, a bliske po posledicama koje i danas snosimo i živimo. I u Srbiji je učinjen napor da se uspomeni i žrtvama oda dužna pažnja i priznanje. Da li je učinjeno dovoljno možemo se slagati ili ne, ali napor nije sporan, a verujemo ni želja da potomci ne dokazuju svoju savremenu štedljivost na zahvalnosti precima, niti namera da se njihov heroizam ne uloži u sopstveni politički i etički pragmatizam.
 
Ipak, sa velikim žaljenjem konstatujemo da država, na najvišem i visokom nivou, nije propustila priliku da i ovaj put demonstrira privrženost lošoj tradiciji titoističkog nasleđa, koja podrazumeva prećutkivanje uloge i značaja Kralja Petra Prvog i Prestolonaslednika, potonjeg kralja Aleksandra Prvog. Govoriti o bitkama na Ceru i Kolubari, a ne pomenuti velikog i demokratskog vladara Srbije, onoga kome su srpski ratnici položili i održali zakletvu, i prećutati glavnokomandujućeg te herojske vojske, jednostavno je nepristojno! Treba podsetiti da je u prvoj defanzivnoj fazi Kolubarske bitke, dolazak starog kralja Petra na bojište u prve linije fronta imao odsudni značaj za podizanje, u tom trenutku klonulog morala vojske.
 
Ponašati se uvredljivo prema njihovom praunuku i unuku, protokolarno ga ponižavati i osporavati mu pravo da položi venac tokom svečanosti, ne može se pravdati potrebama protokola. Protokol koji nalaže nepristojnost nije protokol, to je tanka i prozirna magla iza koje se krije nepoštovanje same svečanosti, njenog smisla i sadržaja. Da nije u pitanju slučajnost, pokazao je i primer izložbe održane u Kraljevskom dvoru 11. novembra, na dan primirja. Izložba pod nazivom „Dinastija Karađorđević u velikom ratu“ je bila fantastično posećena, došao je krem kulturne javnosti, kompletan diplomatski kor, a niti jedan predstavnik države.
 
To se ne radi u zemljama koje drže do sebe, ni u narodu koji sebe poštuje!
 
Saopštenje potpisuju:

Arh. Dragomir Acović, član Krunskog veća

Mr Dušan Babac, autor i publicista, član Krunskog veća

Dr Dušan T. Bataković, istoričar i diplomata, direktor Balkanološkog instituta SANU i član Krunskog veća

Dr Branko Terzić, ađutant Nj.K.V. Prestolonaslednika Aleksandra, član Krunskog veća

Akademik Matija Bećković, redovni član SANU i član Krunskog saveta

Akademik Dušan Kovačević, redovni član SANU i član Krunskog saveta

Akademik Miroslav Gašić, redovni član SANU i član Krunskog saveta
Prof. dr Pavle Nikolić, profesor Univerziteta u Beogradu u penziji, član Krunskog saveta

Prof. dr Slobodan Perović, profesor Pravnog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu, član Krunskog saveta

Prof. dr Dragoljub Kavran, profesor Pravnog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu, član Krunskog saveta

Doc dr Čedomir Antić, istoričar i publicista, član Krunskog saveta

Dr Milan Parivodić, osnivač ForInvest, asistent na Pravnom fakultetu u Beogradu i član Krunskog saveta

Adv. Đorđe Đurišić, diplomirani pravnik, član Krunskog saveta

G-din Vladan Živulović, diplomirani pravnik, član Krunskog saveta

G-din Predrag Marković, književnik i književni prevodilac, član Krunskog saveta

Prof. dr Kosta Čavoški, profesor Pravnog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu, član Krunskog kabineta

Adv. Vladimir M. Gajić, diplomirani pravnik, član Krunskog kabineta

G-din Milorad Savićević, diplomirani pravnik, član Krunskog kabineta

Adv. Darko Spasić, diplomirani pravnik, član Krunskog saveta

Prof. dr Slobodan G. Marković, diplomirani istoričar, član Krunskog saveta

Prof. dr. Nikola Moravčević, profesor književnosti i autor, član Krunskog saveta


http://www.royalfamily.org/statement-of-the-advisory-bodies-of-the-crown-on-the-state-and-state-protocols-relation-to-the-royal-family-karadjordjevic/?lang=lat

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Statement of the Advisory Bodies of the Crown on the state and state protocol’s relation to the Royal Family Karadjordjevic

This year marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. Our allies in the global cataclysm called it the Great War for Civilization! We Serbs considered it the war for the liberation and unification of the Serbs and other South Slavs. We did not provoke it, we did not strive for it, but we as a people and as a nation responded to the attack as we should and as we had to!

 
All countries and peoples who had the fate to be absorbed by the winds of war, willingly or unwillingly, have marked the memory of those long-ago events, distant in time but close by the consequences which we still bear and live. In Serbia, an attempt has been made to pay due attention and recognition to the memory of the victims. We can agree or not whether enough has been done, but the attempt is not debatable, and we believe neither is the desire of the descendants to prove modern thrift on the gratitude to the ancestors, nor the intention that their heroism is not invested in their own political and ethical pragmatism.
 
However, with great regret we note that the state, at the highest and high levels, did not miss a chance to demonstrate commitment to the poor tradition of Titoist heritage, which involves concealing the role and significance of King Peter I and Regent, later King Alexander. To talk about the Battles of Cer and Kolubara, without mentioning the great and democratic ruler of Serbia, to whom the Serbian warriors gave and maintained their oath, and ignoring the Supreme Commander of that heroic army, is simply rude! It should be reminded that in the first defensive phase of the Battle of Kolubara, the arrival of the old King Peter on the battlefield, at the front line, had a crucial importance for raising, at that point, the weakened moral of the army.
 
To act in an offensive manner towards their great-grandson and grandson, to humiliate him protocolary and to deny his right to lay wreath during a ceremony, cannot be justified by the needs of the protocol. The protocol that dictates rudeness is not a protocol, it is thin and transparent mist hiding the disrespect of the very ceremony, its meaning and content. This same protocol recognized only the descendants of the Voivodas, who apparently, according to the latest interpretation of history by the authorities, were self-organized, without the head of state and Supreme Commander. That this was no coincidence, showed the example of the exhibition held at the Royal Palace on November 11, the Armistice Day. The exhibition, titled “Karadjordjevic Dynasty in the Great War” had a fantastic attendance, the cultural elite and the entire diplomatic corps came to see it, and not a single representative of the state.
 
This is not done in the country that values itself, nor in people who respect themselves!
 
Statement signed by:
  • Mr Dragomir Acovic, architect, member of the Privy Counci
  • Mr Dusan Babac, author and publicist, member of the Privy Council
  • Mr Dusan T. Batakovic, historian and diplomat, director of the SASA Institute for Balkan Studies, the member of the Privy Council
  • The Honourable Branko Terzic, the Royal Adjutant and the member of the Privy Council
  • Academician Matija Beckovic, SASA member and the member of the Crown Council
  • Academician Dusan Kovacevic, SASA member and the member of the Crown Council
  • Academician Miroslav Gasic, SASA member and the member of the Crown Council
  • Prof. Pavle Nikolic, Professor Emeritus of the Belgrade University, member of the Crown Council
  • Prof. Slobodan Perovic, Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Belgrade University, member of the Crown Council
  • Prof. Dragoljub Kavran, Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Belgrade University, member of the Crown Council
  • Mr Cedomir Antic, historian and publicist, member of the Crown Council
  • Mr Milan Parivodic, ForInvest founder, assistant Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Belgrade University, member of the Crown Council
  • Mr Djordje Djurisic, lawyer, member of the Crown Council
  • Mr Vladan Zivulovic, lawyer, member of the Crown Council
  • Mr  Predrag Markovic, author and translator, member of the Crown Council
  • Prof. Kosta Cavoski, Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Belgrade University, member of the Crown Cabinet
  • Mr Vladimir M. Gajic, lawyer, member of the Crown Cabinet
  • Mr Milorad Savicevic, lawyer, member of the Crown Cabinet
  • Mr Darko Spasic, lawyer, member of the Crown Council
  • Prof. Slobodan G. Markovic, historian, member of the Crown Council
  • Prof. Nikola Moravcevic, professor of literature and author, member of the Crown Council


http://www.royalfamily.org/statement-of-the-advisory-bodies-of-the-crown-on-the-state-and-state-protocols-relation-to-the-royal-family-karadjordjevic/

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If you would like to get in touch with me, Aleksandra, please feel free to contact me at heroesofserbia@yahoo.com

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