There was a little bit of discussion about this in the TV thread, but I thought this Netflix documentary series warranted its own thread. This is a six part series about the Rajneesh movement in the 1980's, and more specifically the Rajneeshpuram commune and it's attempts to take over an Oregon county. People might remember them as the "Orange People Movement", as well as Ma Anand Sheela's interview with Ian Leslie on 60 Minutes Australia where the phrase "tough titties" became part of the Australian vernacular. Interestingly the series makes no attempt to portray any of the sides involved as the good or bad guys. The community of Antelope do come across as being a bunch of inbred bigots, but at the same time what was happening to them was undoubtedly a form of gentrification. Esquire has a good write-up about the complexity of the issues involved. https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/a19623938/netflixs-wild-wild-country-sex-cult-documentary/ One minor gripe I had with the series is that they didn't (at least from what I remember) spend too much time on the bombing of Hotel Rajneesh which was in the separate city of Portland. I was left with the impression that the white hillbillies were responsible, but it was actually carried out by a dude of Pakistani ethnicity who was a member of an Islamic separatist group, Jamaat ul-Fuqra. This particular incident was presented as a major escalation point in tensions between the Rajneeshees and the wider community. Highly entertaining series.