Sounded like a homophobic sexist pig to me, its like listening to my grandpa ramble about crap he has no idea about. Im sure people will worship him anyways for being so "right on". Maybe he can start the Cult of Helio where he can give weekly lessons on diet, sexual habits, science, kinesiology, and history. This way all the idiots that suck up this BS can enjoy Helio and all of his "pearls" of wisdom. Sad though, how he still cannot recognize that bjj is just brazilian judo and that there was no ryu at the heart of bjj and that bjj owes its existence to judo randori which jujitsu did not incorporate. Helio just needs to remember that Maeda was a kodokan judoka as was Kimura. About him having to adopt techniques to his frail body, what a revolution! Too bad it is what most top level newaza and wrestling guys do when they are learning new moves. Have you ever done a sport where you don't adapt the move to your own body? Do we need to give Helio so much credit? Sure bjj has developed into a great sport for subs, set ups, and the guard, but is Helio that much of a revolutionary? Personally, I give more kudos to Alves.
There is no doubting the effectiveness of bjj, especially regarding the guard, but I have failed to see what original movements of jujitsu that bjjers do that judoka do not. In other words, what did jujitsu give bjj that it did not give judo? If you answer neck cranks, guillotine chokes, and other illegal techs, you should realize that all of these are taught in judo, but not used freely in practive unless agreed upon.