In September of last year, Norway deported a record 763 people, only to top that record just one month later, when they deported another 824 people in October. Norway had set a goal of just over 7,000 deportations for 2014, and had nearly reached their goal by the end of October, with at least 5,876 deported at that time. Now that the people of Norway are a little bit safer, and certainly experiencing less violent crime, perhaps other European nations, and even America, should closely examine what Norway is doing, and begin to do the same themselves. Ya think?? France has expelled radical Islamic clerics.