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Masang Nagmamanok (MANA) Inc.

 

Suregain Club is managed by Masang Nagmamanok (MANA).

 

Masang Nagmamanok (MANA) Inc., a non-stock corporation, is an advocacy for the promotion of the welfare and interest of the common sabungero and chicken raisers and the preservation of sabong as a means of livelihood, sport and part of Pilipino culture.

 

MANA operates this site for the benefit of members. Among the services are a school and library; discount store; and monthly raffles of breeding materials as part of MANA's Game Fowl Dispersal Program. 

 

 

Itaguyod ang kapakanan ng masang sabungero

 

Itaguyod natin ang kapakanan ng kapwa masang nagmamanok. At ipaglaban ang sabong. Ito ang simulain ng Masang Nagmamanok (Mana). Gawin po natin ito. Dahil alam natin na ang karaniwang sabungero ang tunay na gulugod ng industriya ng sabong. 

MANA on PG

MANA on PG

Masang Nagmamanok (MANA) was featured on Pitgames for its vision for the common sabungero and chicken raisers.

MANA on Global Cockfights

MANA on Global Cockfights

MANA's advocacy for the welfare and interest of common sabungeros and chicken raisers was also featured on Global Cockfights Magazine.

Kamana Rey

Kamana Rey

Kamana Rey Bajenting is the founder of Masang Nagmamanok (MANA) Inc.

Kamana Rey and Blakliz

Kamana Rey and Blakliz

Kamana Rey with his creation, the Blakliz.

Blakliz on Lihim

Blakliz on Lihim

Blakliz is featured in both Editions (1 and 2) of Dr. Andrew Bunan's book Lihim sa Pagbuo ng Sariling Linyada.

Blakliz on Pitgames

Blakliz on Pitgames

Blakliz is featured on Pitgames issue no. 57.

Flex our muscles

Cockfighting is supposed to be a universal sport. With history that dates back from the days of the Chinese dynasties to the Persian and Roman empires.

 

But as time went by, so-called social norms changed. What was at one time or another, a sport of kings, generals and even presidents, has now been outlawed in the very places where it once blossomed.

 

The grandest bulwark of cockfighting to fall was the United States. Thanks but no thanks to these so-called animal rights advocates.

These ARAs might be doing the right thing. But against cockfighting they are doing it for wrong reasons. Cockfighting is never cruelty to chickens. Cockfighting is never a breeding ground of criminals.

Cruelty? When roosters, since time immemorial love to fight to death? It is their nature.

 

Cockpits as haven of criminals? Why? Don’t criminals go to churches? We don’t ban religion because of this fact. Why ban cockfighting?

 Truth is on our side. In some places, like in the Philippines, we have the numbers too. Enough numbers to earn the respect of politicians, if not, instill fear upon them. Thus, it is up to us to unite, flex our muscles and show our force.

Examples of propaganda against cock fighting in the Philippines

"Cockfighters hack off roosters' wattles and combs (the flesh at the top of their heads and under their beaks) before a fight in order to prevent other roosters from doing the mutilating themselves. The birds' natural spurs (the bony protrusions on their legs) are cut off so that cockfighters can strap on razor-sharp, 2-inch steel blades that are capable of puncturing lungs and gouging eyes. Cockfighting is all about gambling. Even in places where the blood sport is legal, the money involved and the inherently violent nature of cockfights can lead to violence among cockfighters, bird breeders, and spectators. Illegal drugs are also commonly found at cockfights."

 

 

 

"In the Philippines, which is home to a billion-dollar cockfighting industry and the World Slasher Cup (also known as the World Series of cockfighting), breeders and cockfighters have sworn to resist government efforts to cull birds if bird flu reaches Philippine shores."

 

 

 

"The Philippine Animal Welfare Act expressly prohibits horse fights and dogfights—but is conspicuously silent on the matter of cockfighting. All three kinds of animal fights remain rampant in the country."