Crazy Australian reality television takes its contestants to war in Syria

Crazy Australian reality television takes its contestants to war in Syria

Crazy Australian reality television takes its contestants to war in Syria
Pic by; SBS on Youtube
Yeah bro, so many insane people looking for famous dead. The 'Go Back To Where You Came' program met crossfire between Kurdish militants and members of IS group. Famous, with anonymous, on a deserted island in the middle of the field, on a farm or surrounded by every possible luxury. The theme of the realities seemed to have addressed all the possibilities until the Australian program 'Go Back To Where You Came' -'Regresa to your place of origen'- has opened a new door to experience the feeling of being in a real shooting Syria.

The controversial television format was born in 2011 in response to public awareness about the arrival of refugees. 'Go Back To Where You Back' put in relation to people with different points of view regarding this problem and shows them the hard daily life of the refugees: detention, raids, detention and so that he joined experience crossfire between jihadists and Kurdish militiamen.

Video: Excerpt from 'Go Back ToWher You Came'
"They were trying to take the ISIS firing of the town. We were told they did not know our position, but did not understand the seriousness of the situation we were in, "recalled Nicole Judge participant in an interview picked up by the middle news.com.au. She decided to join the reality after working as a volunteer in an installation Manus Island where he saw firsthand the situation of refugees. Since then he knew he wanted to denounce the situation, and the program was a great way to do it.

"I did not realize until days later that there are people dying and we were engaged in a war on ISIS," said Nicole aware of his dangerous experience just after. While the shooting took place, he claims to have been too afraid: "We had to leave because they were shooting. So we decided, foolishly, that would approach us. " She also remembered for the average Australian said that the Kurds warned of gunfire asking them to get down to avoid the bullets. This time, luck was on his side, but according to Judge itself acknowledges, may have died.


The images have been published as a hook to attract viewers facing the premiere of the reality, which will take place on July 28 and will last until the 30th will be issued, divided into three chapters, one day- at 20:30 SBS.
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