I posted a question that I thought was a reasonable programming question, if somewhat tongue-in-cheek, to Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3242981/how-do-i-automate-getting-sos-fanatic-badge-closed.
It was upvoted a few times and people were responding reasonably. But a few people I guess saw it differently and moved it to Meta Stack Overflow. It wasn't a Meta question and I would never have posted it here, but it was moved without my input and I had no control over it. https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/56964/how-do-i-automate-getting-sos-fanatic-badge-closed.
Predictably, the Meta voters REALLY didn't like it, because it was off-topic, and got downvoted badly and closed as noise, costing me a bunch of points.
Now, I think that closing the question on SO was incorrect, but whatever. But also migrating it incorrectly to Meta just to have Meta hate on it, that is an injustice IMO. I didn't want it posted on Meta and had no control over that decision.
So what can I do? Maybe there should be a policy change to not allow question migration without asker permission? Or at least an exception to penalties on the new site?