The Stamford Hill Possy

This is a four-part series of a documentary shown on BBC TALMUDvision. It is a classic example of how kosher predictive programming works.


The ‘programme’ leaves the viewer with an impression and perspective of these London hasidic Jews as just being a bit quirky on the outside, but once you get to know them, underneath they’re a harmless lot. A loving and caring community with a strong ethical/religious foundation. Maybe these individuals, the Stamford Hill possy are a nice bunch of guys, who just love to fly ‘home’ every now n then.


Please access the other 3 of the 4 videos at the end of this first part

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  1. its spely Stamford Hill, and in the cold war the beat policemens reports are preserved
    in archive 4 and these tell a story which is not complimentary at all to these people
    or those who allow it.

  2. name

    Welcome to DFT

    Thanks for spelling correction. It is a real weak point of mine. I also like how you spelled spely :-).

    Interesting comment. If you discover them, we’ld like to read them. I wonder if blood ritual was in that?

    Thank you for contributing.


  3. george

     /  April 2, 2012

    I once lived a stones throw from stamford hill and was not aware of the judaic thing (even swallowed the victimology line that they have concocted)

    I like jewish rye bread and thought why not seek out a baker and buy some.. I walk into the shop to be greeted (not) – yes no hello just a blank look from this obviously mid eastern origin redhead.

    I ask for rye bread and he points to a loaf which looks (and eventually tastes) like white bread but I was too timid to question his assertion that he was selling me rye bread.

    By the way – he never spoke to me.

    Now I know why

    • George,

      Welcome to DFT.

      Thank you for sharing this anecdote. Interesting. I have had similar experiences in their shops. Soon I’m sure we will be banned and even fined if we (goy) go in them.

      In the film it innocently shows how their ‘business’ is in property. What they don’t show is all the people sweating each month to cough up with their rents. I have been on the receiving end of having to pay rent to Jewish landlords in North London.

      There was NEVER any flexibility at the end of the month, even if you were injured/ill and were having difficulties making payments.

      I also witnessed their bully boys threatening people with late payments. All so that they can enjoy a ‘lifestyle’ and go ‘home’ to their beloved occupied Palestine (aka is-ra-el) on a regular basis.

      Notice how nifty/experienced he was in counting all that cash. A bank teller couldn’t have done it faster.

      I also picked up on how this BBC film played on the empathy in the burial ground. Well what about all the Palestinians who don’t have a burial grave – because of these people?? It’s ll about perception and double standards.

      There was lots hidden in this film.

      Thank you for contributing.


  4. aj

     /  April 2, 2012

    Digger, you keep on givin’. Fine vids of de yids. Are we spelling spelt and planning to make muffins? Millet is lighter and easier to digest. Spelt is spelled spelt. Spely is still a mystery.

    • aj,

      🙂 thanks my friend. Derr of course. Just took a batch of muffins out the oven this morning. He he.

      Always open and welcome for any proofreading.

      Many fanks


  5. george

     /  April 2, 2012

    oops i obviously misspoke

    he did speak to me when he told me how much i had to pay


  6. xtimla

     /  May 22, 2012

    los angeles (around thecbsstudios part of|) isfull ofhasidicjooz, they look right through one nwever ackowledging anothers presence.

    • xtimla

      Welcome to DFT.

      Yep, I often do we seem as much quirky to them as they do to us??

      I’ve heard Russia has a huge percentage of hasidic jooos.

      Thank you for contributing

      Keep doing your bit.


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