[The videos in the links on the SBS website may not work outside Australia. Apologies in advance.] Go Back to Where You Came From | SBS Go Back To Where You Came From - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Special Broadcasting Service - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia You may be aware that Australia is currently having a debate about asylum seekers arriving by boat. The "debate" is sometimes classified as "border protection" or a threat to Australia, when it is nothing of the sort. Can we change the way the argument is framed? In 2011 SBS broadcast its first series of "Go Back to Where You Came from", taking 6 "ordinary" Australians from Australia to the sources of refugees throughout the world. No passports, no money, no identity. Five of the six started the journey with, shall we say, a strong feeling that people should line up for refugee status in an orderly manner and not "jump the queue". Or not bother joining any queue because you are not welcome. Then they were taken from Australia the "wrong way" up the path that millions are taking. Safe to say that when they saw what constitutes the queue and the people in it, their thoughts changed somewhat. The second series starting 28 August includes the man who might be considered the architect (is that too strong a term?) of much of the current hatred and misinformation against "illegal immigrants" Peter Reith, who declared that the asylum seekers had thrown their children overboard to force the Australian Navy to rescue them; a claim denied by the Navy. Their are also 2 more outspoken critics of boat people and three who could be described as representing an alternative view. The first series showed that you don't need manipulation or the sad music to tell you when to cry or what to think... brutal reality and genuine feelings can do just fine.