Speaking at Takovo, celebrating the 2nd Serbian Uprising (where they actually managed a good slap at Ali Pasha, leaving the Ottoman Turks to slowly lose interest and drift home 63 years later), the Deputy Prime Minister said:
"Takovo isn't the place which is supposed to turn us toward the past, but to the future ..." and that "the Serbian present was different today."
Want proof? (http://www.b92.net/eng/news/society-article.php?yyyy=2010&mm=04&dd=23&nav_id=66681)
In other words, here we are in the present looking back to the past but really we should look to the future and then the past will look different in the future of the present day as we look back and forward in the moment.
The future ain't what it used to be (quoth Yogi Berra) and the present now is different from the present then, inasmuch as 200
It is time travel, pure and simple. And I take my hat off (that is if I were to wear a hat but perhaps in some unwritten past future I do, did, or will) to this acrobatic piece of Synchronized Chronological Swimming.
Our present is different today, my dear Ivica! And thank goodness for that. Otherwise we should check ourselves in as a nation for historical Alzheimer's treatment.