WIN: Grade-Schooler Uses Jiu Jitsu To Teach Bully a Lesson
The word "bully" is thrown around a lot lately. Usually by leftists complaining about someone mean on Twitter. They also expect a private company to do something about said bullying. This usually results in the tweep bullying the company in to taking action. But hey, it's not bullying when they do it.
Then you have actual, physical bullying. You know, like in grade school. Here's a video on how to handle business there...
Yeah, we'll provide needed commentary in a second. Except we need to address our feelings how this kid handled the bully first. Give me a second here...
THIS is how you handle a tormenting bully: swiftly, with great force. But note that first the kid was trying to diffuse the situation, not escalate it. Which is key here. He tried NOT FIGHTING this petulant turdmonkey. Bully didn't respect the kid, he wanted the fight. So the kid said, sure, bro, let's do this thing. Aaaaand proceeded to kick his sorry rear. Epically.
A couple of very important things to note here. Firstly, that kid, the one who fought back? He'll never have to fight again. Word will spread so quickly not only at his school, but every educational institution in the state that he is not to be trifled with. That is a beautiful thing.
Secondly, that bully will very likely curtail his flagrant assaults on other students. Every time he thinks of bullying another kid, he's going to have this nagging fear in the back of his mind that maybe, just maybe, he could get his ass kicked. That is also a beautiful thing.
While the kid is no Chris Leben, Chael Sonnen, or Tim Kennedy, I'm sure all would agree that Brazilian Jiu Jitsu was a great equalizer here. If you can't bring a gun to a fight because, well, you're underage and at school, arm bar the jackass who wants to take your lunch money.
The most hilarious part is when the bully continues to insist on a fight... from 30 feet away.
He knows he got owned, but is still trying to save face to his fellow students? LOL at him. This also isn't the first this has happened.
Side note: can we PLEASE start holding the camera sideways when we film these things? We live in a 16:9 world, people.