Israel is calling on citizens to assist the government deporting illegal citizens

“Round up the posse” is about to be a pretty common term – in Israel at least, a country that, unlike America, clearly knows how to deal with this whole illegal immigration thing.

Not only is Israel asking the illegal immigrants currently residing there to self-deport and paying an incentive for them to do so (much cheaper than the long-term monetary and societal costs of allowing them to remain), they will also be offering up to 30,000 shekels (that’s about $8,705 US Dollars) to any citizen who helps find and expel them.

Talk about money well spent!

From Haaretz:

According to the newspaper, the job “would entail holding hearings for the asylum seekers; interviewing and documenting the ones prepared to leave ‘voluntarily’; coordinating and issuing travel papers and coordinating flights; accompanying asylum seekers; and monitoring their re-entry to their countries or origin or elsewhere.”

The others would be involved in the “enforcement of laws against asylum seekers and their employers. Their job would be to find them, record their stories and investigate the employers as well”. “Experience in combat or security is a plus”, the statement added.

Just last week, the country announced plans to pay African migrants residing illegally in their country to go home by Spring 2018. And the carrot comes with a pretty hefty stick. If they don’t accept the offer, the 38,000 African migrants currently in Israel could face jail time.

Of course, the United Nations is opposed to the plan, but then again when is that august body ever for anything Israel does?

Most Americans, however, didn’t even seem to notice or mind, as Tucker Carlson noted:

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