"The Chetniks have been active again for a long time. Slobodan Milošević already introduced the phrase of 'two anti-fascist movements' in Serbia during the Second World War. But he tried to do it discreetly, because he needed the support of the JNA, SUBNOR and other important organizations Our problem is that the Chetniks became the most vampirized during the democratic government from 2000 to 2012. They put Serbia on the side of anti-antifascism, changed street names, holidays and history textbooks, but also who passed a law on equalizing Chetniks and partisans and enabled mass judicial rehabilitation. Those authorities did not send representatives of Serbia to large demonstrations on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. They sent a lower delegation to Moscow, to a large parade on the occasion of the same anniversary of the victory in the Second World War. compared to the presidents and prime ministers who represented other countries," said historian Dubravka Stojanović.