Netflix’s Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey is eye popping series
In Netflix’s Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey you get a firsthand look at the self-professed prophet Warren Jeff’s rise to power and it’s scary.
The horrifying look at how this situation came about from the beginning to the end is one that has people seeing within the walls of this cult and better understanding the victims. The story surrounds the situation with the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also known as FLDS. It’s an off-shoot from the Mormon religion based in Utah, known to have a much stronger belief in patriarchal religious values which includes polygamy, and suffice to say the crime is just as shocking as the rules imposed on the women and children.
The show offers a look into what happened and why some victims are still reeling today from the situation. Including those individuals trying to recover.
Be Prepared to be Horrified.
The in depth review of Warren Jeffs in Netflix’s Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey will have you wondering just how far the story goes beyond this true crime show that reveals how the situation did unravel into an oppressive criminal cult. It’s all about money, power and a cult that turned into a true crime ring that makes you horrified as it’s like nothing you would expect.
A Lifetime of Conditioning
No doubt there is something to be said about believing your parents and until it’s pointed out otherwise, never doubting it. The story of this series shares that Warren Jeffs’ was leading what some would say one of the worst religious institutions ever to operate on American soil. Jeff had 78 wives and many were underage. The idea of birthing more children was to get closer to heaven and there were dozens of children and more followers than many expected. Those within the walls of the compound believed Jeff’s was god-like and didn’t question anything. Even going so far as not recognizing the government when thing were pointed out that were not normal.
In-Depth Netflix Docuseries Reveals Shocking Leader Demands
The docuseries is an in-depth look into the FLDS sect and Warren Jeffs. While many people might be introduced to the story for the first time, there is no doubt many are still recovering from the situation. As we see in the Netflix trailer, one of the individuals in the series clip saying everyone will eventually come around. No doubt she is referring to the idea that the victims are so out of touch with society that it will take years to be comfortable and comprehend exactly what has happened to them within this cult.
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The series will examine the rise of Warren Jeffs in the Fundamentalist Church and his shocking criminal case. It does end with some (minor) justice as viewers find out he is incarcerated at the Palestine, Texas’ Louis C. Powledge Unit, and his set parole eligibility date is, at the earliest, July 22, 2038.
The Netflix’s Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey premieres on June 8, 2022