One nation worst enemies are enemies within- Serbia humiliated in Paris by own Embassy officials..

..Serbian embassy (in Paris) ordered them the previous night to remove all the exhibit items in order “to avoid that NATO officers, from the countries which bombed Serbia, fill unconfortable” (in the presence of pictures depicting their very war crimes).    

..Mrs. Pejin who felt deeply offended and humiliated with such unwarranted “self-censorship” replied to SCC director: “You Mr. Pavlovic are bringing the disgracefulness and dishonor to Serbia and all Serbian victims (of NATO bombing) and you should be ashamed of yourself. I refuse to participate in this, and regarding the cocktail, under these circumstances I refuse to serve anybody- even with the glass of cold water.”

One nation worst enemies are enemies within- Serbia humiliated in Paris by own Embassy officials

Serbian Cultural Center (SCC) in Paris has been hosting since March 23rd the public art exhibit “Serbia 1999- while the bombs were falling”, consisting of artistic paintings and photographs by the reputable Serbian artists Biljana Vilimon and Vlada Velickovic. The Exhibit was commemorating 20 year anniversary of the illegal and criminal NATO bombing of Serbia (which started on March 24th 1999, and lasted for three months), waged under the false pretext (as most of US/NATO wars launched against independent nations, in years to follow).

When, on March 26th this year, the SCC deputy director and “cultural coordinator” Mrs. Natasa Pejin arrived to work she was shocked to find the emptied Exhibit hall- the Vilimon’ paintings were rolled up, while the Velickovic’ photographs were moved to the basement. The director of SCC Mr. Radoslav L. Popovic explained to Natasa that SCC is hosting that evening at 6 o’clock the reception for the foreign diplomats, military attaches, and other dignitaries- and that Serbian embassy (in Paris) ordered them the previous night to remove all the exhibit items in order “to avoid that NATO officers, from the countries which bombed Serbia, fill unconfortable” (in the presence of pictures depicting their very war crimes).     

Afterwards SCC director Pavlovic casually continued giving Natasa Pejin instructions “how to prepare reception and cocktail party for the foreign dignitaries…

…Mrs. Pejin who felt deeply offended and humiliated with such unwarranted “self-censorship” replied to SCC director: “You Mr. Pavlovic are bringing the disgracefulness and dishonor to Serbia and all Serbian victims (of NATO bombing) and you should be ashamed of yourself. I refuse to participate in this, and regarding the cocktail, under these circumstances I refuse to serve anybody- even with the glass of cold water.

The SCC director Pavlovic then left the gallery without word.

Just before the reception was about to start, one employee brought to Mrs. Pejin all the exhibit brochures from the gallery, with question where he was supposed “to put them away”!?  She asked him- Why? He explained that he was told that even they are not allowed to be seen in the main hall during the reception.

Shortly after, director Pavlovic showed up asking Mrs. Pejin to set up the microphones and test the sound system.

She refused, as she put it this way: “I refused to participate in any way in the disgrace, in Serbian Cultural Center, were Serbia was to be degraded, together with the artists who have been presenting (to the public) the victims of 99 bombing- which is culminating with this request for (us) Serbs to humiliate ourselves.”

Then She left the center.

Shortly after, Mrs. Natasa Pejin was fired– she received the note from the SCC management, that starting March 31st her work contract was terminated “due to lack of qualifications and competency for the Coordinator job”.

Note: Mrs. Natasa Pejin has been living in France for the last three decades. She holds university degree in Serbian literature and is a reputable publisher, well respected within Serbian community, in France and in Serbia…

 

Source> http://prviprvinaskali.com/clanci/dren/bombardovanje-1999/natasa-pejin-ponizenje-srbije-u-srpskom-kulturnom-centru-u-parizu-bez-mene.html?fbclid=IwAR1I3720WKiTncHCelJ11zcJ7q7UK9oTEDrHwnjvwR18ueTA7loMXTPCdWw

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