You're not making sense.
I asked if you accept that JJ effectively no longer exists. You didn't answer, you just posted a link.
Firstly, Daito-ryu is a tiny organisation.
Second, it's an aiki-jitsu and I'm sure there are aikido people willing to debate the point for 1000 years with you - but for all intents and purposes, daito-ryu and other aiki-jitsu have been subsumed by aikido.
Third, Daito-ryu was formed in the wake of Judo, one of those that rejected the training method and moved toward the ki stuff instead of randori.
This is not an example of JJ being alive and well in Japan.
Im not saying bjj isnt now massively popular in japan too due to tv exposure and 'competition martial arts', as judo became in the 60s, I seriously dont have the inclination to give you a complete education about jiu jitsu, go and train yourself if you wish to learn, far better than farming the internet
I don't understand what you are saying here. Judo has been a competition sport since its inception. That was the whole point. Certainly it was a competitive sport in Kano's lifetime.
What are you actually trying to say?
but you probably arnt even aware of the japan open, in whcih straight JJ guys often compete against Bjj and all too (within tournemnt rules of course)
For the love of god - that's a BJJ competition and under BJJ rules. It is not in any way a Japanese Jujitsu competition, and any JJJ competitor entering would be fighting under BJJ rules and scoring.
...currently run by Rickson gracie of my old school
So you're a BJJ practitioner are you? This amazes me as I have yet to meet one that is:
-opposed to the UFC
-for traditional martial arts
I think you've completely lost the plot, and can only assume that you are having a laugh and just trolling for no good reason. Nothing you say makes any sense and every insult you hurl might as well apply to yourself.
In a couple of months, you've gone from being the staunch defender of chinese death magic to extolling the virtues of BJJ. The only consistent lines you have are that you continually berate anyone you believe to be a "UFC fanboy" (unusual since the UFC is exactly the kind of format promoted by BJJ), and accusing people of having no practical knowledge - but simply surfing the net for information.
Well - that appears to be exactly what you are doing.
Would you like to share with everyone exactly what your BJJ experience is?