Thoughts on Jujitsu and defense

This blog is about training sessions of Belgian jujitsu club (30th anniversary) in Bastogne last June. More than 50 participants came from Swiss, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Japan (only two Japanese: Sensei and myself as a cultural facilitator/interpreter.)

One of the most impressive things was one year-old Swiss boy started crying when his Papa as a demonstrator fell down (falling techniques) while training with his Sensei.  The boy cried again when others fell down.  In my view, his intelligence and humanness sharply contrasted with the utter stupidity of some adults (I mean Japanese politics) who do not understand the plight of fellow citizens.

See below: they smiled, discussing the so-called Karoshi Facilitating Act in presence of families of karoshi victims.


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