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Public screening of the new Go Back To Where You Came From at the ANU Food Co-op

By 14 August 2012 10

30 August 2012
8:30 pm

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This just in and looking like fun:

On 30th August, 8.30pm Amnesty International is holding a public screening of Go Back to Where you Came From in conjunction with SBS at the ANU Food Co-op. Thousands of Australians will join the discussion around Go Back To Where You Came From at community events being held across the country. Friends, neighbours and complete strangers will meet up in lounge rooms, pubs & cinemas to watch the series and discuss the controversial issues it raises. This seasons’s contenstants:

- Peter Reith, former Howard Government minister, including Minister for Defence.
- Angry Anderson, rock singer and aspiring National Party Candidate.
- Allan Asher, former Commonwealth Ombudsman.
- Catherine Deveny, writer and social commentator.
- Mike Smith, radio shock jock.
- Former Canberran Imogen Bailey, model, former Neighbours actress and Big Brother contestant

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10 Responses to Public screening of the new Go Back To Where You Came From at the ANU Food Co-op
#1
banco8:49 pm, 14 Aug 12

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

#2
simsim6:12 am, 15 Aug 12

banco said :

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

Yep, all those Coalition members (Anderson, Reith) in the cast . Why don’t they balance up with a few labour-ites and greens?

#3
banco6:08 pm, 15 Aug 12

simsim said :

banco said :

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

Yep, all those Coalition members (Anderson, Reith) in the cast . Why don’t they balance up with a few labour-ites and greens?

I was more referring to the show’s obvious aim to elicit sympathy for asylum seekers and the implicit condemnation of Australia for not being more ‘welcoming’ of as many asylum seekers that can get here.

#4
Masquara7:29 pm, 15 Aug 12

Shouldn’t the politically correct, feminist-grunge-hipsto-politico food coop have organised for a poster that doesn’t put the pretty blonde at the front?

#5
LSWCHP8:02 pm, 15 Aug 12

Am I alone in thinking that a food co-op is an odd venue for this particular event?

And while I’m at it, I’m inspired by seeing that Canberra will be represented at the gig by a model, former Neighbours actress and (starve the lizards) Big Brother contestant. Real gravitas there.

#6
DrKoresh8:37 pm, 15 Aug 12

banco said :

simsim said :

banco said :

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

Yep, all those Coalition members (Anderson, Reith) in the cast . Why don’t they balance up with a few labour-ites and greens?

I was more referring to the show’s obvious aim to elicit sympathy for asylum seekers and the implicit condemnation of Australia for not being more ‘welcoming’ of as many asylum seekers that can get here.

That’s not really a political issue, it’s an issue of human decency and basic humanity. Besides, it’s a commercial station nowadays, it can hold whatever bias it wants to.

#7
Deckard8:44 pm, 15 Aug 12

banco said :

simsim said :

banco said :

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

Yep, all those Coalition members (Anderson, Reith) in the cast . Why don’t they balance up with a few labour-ites and greens?

I was more referring to the show’s obvious aim to elicit sympathy for asylum seekers and the implicit condemnation of Australia for not being more ‘welcoming’ of as many asylum seekers that can get here.

What, can’t handle the truth??

Just watch ACA or today tonight if you want to believe they’re all job stealing queue jumpers.

#8
banco9:38 pm, 15 Aug 12

DrKoresh said :

banco said :

simsim said :

banco said :

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

Yep, all those Coalition members (Anderson, Reith) in the cast . Why don’t they balance up with a few labour-ites and greens?

I was more referring to the show’s obvious aim to elicit sympathy for asylum seekers and the implicit condemnation of Australia for not being more ‘welcoming’ of as many asylum seekers that can get here.

That’s not really a political issue, it’s an issue of human decency and basic humanity. Besides, it’s a commercial station nowadays, it can hold whatever bias it wants to.

Yes an organisation that receives more than $200 million in taxpayer funds a year should really be regarded as a commercial station.

#9
Diggety10:01 pm, 15 Aug 12

DrKoresh said :

banco said :

simsim said :

banco said :

It’s funny how SBS gets away with such politically partisan programs.

Yep, all those Coalition members (Anderson, Reith) in the cast . Why don’t they balance up with a few labour-ites and greens?

I was more referring to the show’s obvious aim to elicit sympathy for asylum seekers and the implicit condemnation of Australia for not being more ‘welcoming’ of as many asylum seekers that can get here.

That’s not really a political issue, it’s an issue of human decency and basic humanity. Besides, it’s a commercial station nowadays, it can hold whatever bias it wants to.

Are you taking the piss?

#10
PM11:02 am, 16 Aug 12

I found Imogen quite charming when I met her. Had an open mind about things. It will be interesting to see what she, and the others in this series, think of the asylum seeker issues.

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