active:<actor_as_subject> <active_verb> <object>passive:
e.g. The boy kicks the ball<object> <passive_verb> <subject>You can't give an order to something, requiring it to be acted on (by someone who's not being ordered)
e.g. The ball is kicked by the boy
But I thought of your example, which brought to mind an exception which may be worth remembering: the imperative 'Be gone'. But this is quite archaic and rarely used.
There is also a pretty obscure usage, when the object is a person who is making sure that something gets done to them:
[One criminal says to another] Go into the bar, and get picked up
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