Quiggin Report is creating Podcasts
54

patrons

The Quiggin Report podcast, a look into the world of counter terrorism, intelligence gathering and global security issues. Hosted by intelligence analysis and counter terrorism expert Tom Quiggin, The Quiggin Report gives behind the scenes insight into the world of intelligence and how western governments deal with, the growing phenomenon of extremist groups, gaining influence within western governments.


We can't do this without you... From years of experience, Tom knows that the best way to fight for our freedoms is knowledge. For this podcast, Tom is on a mission to bring you the most up to date and accurate information. To do this we need your help to support the show and share with your networks Tom’s insights, ideas and experience. This way we can keep the show independent and out of the control of the very organizations that wish to distort the truth.

In our ever-connected world it’s important to be able to provide unfiltered, unedited insights and evidence. This is exactly how Tom presents his expert analysis and data to countless courts, intelligence agencies, military personnel, and now with this podcast, you!

This is your chance to contribute and actually support the production of a podcast dedicated to help open people’s minds to the real truth based on critical analysis and facts from an expert.

Many people have already been drawn in to embrace antithetical ideas, through reasons that perhaps on the surface seem logical and appealing, but are founded on false information and motives. These same people would likely reject these ideas on recognizing the undeniable and evidence backed truth which Tom is providing here.

It’s important to understand that on the whole those who currently support issues such as censorship, are well intentioned. However, they fail to see the consequences or understand the many grave concerns our security forces are currently faced with.

To win this battle, people need access to the truth and the evidence to support it. Tom is providing it to you all here, so we encourage you to share it.

We are honoured to have you as a listener of The Quiggin Report and we promise that despite our google ban prior to launch, this is just the beginning.

Becoming a Patron means making a monthly contribution towards the podcast. This is similar to a Netflix’s subscription, only that access to our material is free, and by showing your support you become part of our team to create this important content.
It is important to remember that the content shared on The Quiggin Report are also Tom’s professional recommendations to legislators and government representatives. With your support for the show these parties can clearly see you share their concerns, and they should not fear to speak openly and honestly about many of the sensitive topics covered on the podcast.

If you share our interests and concerns please help in bringing them to the attention of people across the globe. We understand that many of you cannot be seen to be vocal due to your chosen career, family beliefs or peers. However, you can still join the fight by helping us lay the path for others in similar situations and legislators fighting stigmatization and public shaming tactics of the far-left Islamist and secular Islamists lobbying to quash free speech and free ideas.

Sign up anonymously on Patreon right now. Help us continue this fight for all of our freedoms and civil liberties now, and for future generations to come. 


BACKGROUND

A former Senior Fellow at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, he has 30 plus years of practical intelligence experience in a variety of positions including the:



  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Bank of Canada,
  • Canadian Armed Forces
  • United Nations Protection Force in Yugoslavia
  • Citizenship and Immigration Canada (War Crimes)
  • International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (The Hague)
  • Privy Council Office of Canada.
In addition, Tom was a qualified arms control inspector for the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty and the Vienna Document.

A Court Appointed Authority

Thomas Quiggin, (M.A, C.D.) is a court qualified expert on terrorism (criminal court and Federal Court) and “intelligence collection and evidence” (Federal Court).



Considered one of the leading experts in his field Tom has testified on multiple occasions to Senate and the House of Commons committers as well as a Royal Commission (Air India Inquiry 2007). He has also provided testimony to the Special Senate Committee on Anti-terrorism (2010).

Professional Trainer & Speaker
With the focus on intelligence and evidence reliability, Tom was asked to give a number of training sessions as part of the special advocates program for the Canadian Department of Justice. He has also been a guest lecturer at the Canadian Police College, speaking specifically about terrorism and intelligence, and has spoken at various conferences in Europe, south east Asia and Australia on related matters.

Defending our Freedoms / In the News

Achieving a high-profile status for his official capacity, it is not surprising that To has been requested to appear in numerous TV and radio shows, and contribute to countless other newspaper articles and papers. For a detailed breakdown, please see the annexed list.


Tom himself has contributed to, and written many publications on security and terrorism matters in Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, USA, Canada and Singapore.

The most recent major publication Tom has written, is the book, "SUBMISSION: The Danger of Political Islam to Canada – With a Warning to America". Written with co-authors Tahir Gora, Saied Shoaaib, Jonathon Cotler, and Rick Gill with a foreword by Raheel Raza. Prior to this, he published a sole author book on national security intelligence requirements. (Seeing the Invisible: National Security Intelligence in an Uncertain Age, World Scientific, 2007).

In a more proactive approach to sharing his knowledge with the masses, Tom has made a few YouTube videos, but in the light of Google being one of the major culprits to quash this type of “free speech”, his podcast, The Quiggin Report, was born and will go live in the first quarter of 2018.

The Quiggin Report

Our freedom is under threat and The Quiggin Report will explore why. What is affecting it, where does it come from and what can we do to, not only have a voice, but keep ourselves safe?…

The podcast will examine topics including:
  • Free speech
  • Military intelligence
  • National Security
  • Victimization
  • Submission of free will
  • Radicalization
  • Extremism
  • Cyber security
  • And much much more….
Prior to even releasing the first episode of the podcast, the Quiggin Report’s youtube and google account have already been suspended!

You may not realize it yet, but your very lives will be affected by what Tom has to say...

Find out the truth and why it is being hushed by the many sources you usually rely on for your news updates.

Tune in today to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher using whichever podcast portal you prefer
And remember to follow us @QuigginReport on Twitter, Facebook, Minds, Gab.at and Bitchute.


Your contributions help us immediately create more content, including advanced research, future interviews, collaborations and ultimately live events.

We are a small team wearing many hats desperately in need of growth and assistance. We have others from the intelligence community waiting to come on board The Quiggin Report, and we look forward to bringing their knowledge and expertise to our team.

When you become a Patron of The Quiggin Report you're giving us the ability to stay independent, answering to no one but ourselves and of course to you, our supporters.

Please help spread the word about The Quiggin Report over your social media platforms, personal networks, friends, family and colleagues.

Thank you everyone for supporting us. We need you. @QuigginReport



ANNEX


GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Commentary Number 75, Summer 1998: Exploiting the New High-Resolution Satellite Imagery: Darwinian Imperatives? (Co-written with Mark Stout of the US State Department - INR)


Tom Quiggin with Yasushi Akashi, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations Protection Force for the former Yugoslavia.


FILM OR DOCUMENTARY ROLES

Filmed for the 2008 CBC documentary by Nomad Films entitled “The Al Qaeda Code.” The documentary was an examination of the radicalization of Muslim youth on a global basis. The interview involved identifying problems and responses to the problems of radicalization in Canada.

SELECTED TV AND RADIO INTERVIEWS

  • 23 October 2014 – CBC National News, “The Current”, Parliament security questions resurface after Ottawa's shooting
  • May 2014, Sun News Interviews Tom Quiggin on Muslim Brotherhood Connections In Canada
  • 29 August 2014 – CTV News, Why did UK raise terrorism threat level?
  • 11 January 2010 – CTV interview with Scott Laurie on Toronto 18 trial for Mr Abdelhaleem.
  • 10 January 2010 – CTV national interview with Roger Smith, interview titled “Saudi court revokes Canadian's death sentence”
  • 10 January 2010 – CTV national interview with Jacqueline Milczarek on the Palestinian Doctor who killed 7 CIA agents in Afghanistan.
  • 07 December 2009 – CTV Power Play with Tom Clark. Interview on Parliament and security following Greenpeace demonstration.
  • October 27th 2009 - CHQR Radio, Calgary, Alberta, Twenty minute interview on LTTE, intelligence and immigration.
  • October 17th, 2009 - CTV National News with Scott Laurie – discussion on impact of Afghan elections on President Karzai and the role of Canadian troops.
  • October 10th, 2009 - CTV National News, Discussion on release of Robert Fowler and the role of democratic states in negotiating with terrorist groups.
  • October 4, 2009 - CTV news panel discussion with host Scott Laurie and co-panelist James Morton on national security certificates.
  • September 22, 2009 – CTV national TV interview with Marcia MacMillan on issues concerning a recent terror alert in the USA.
  • April 24, 2009 – CTV national TV interview with Marci Ien, Canada AM. The interview concerned the kidnapping of UN Envoy Robert Fowler by Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
  • February 2009 – CBC-TV interview with Adrienne Arsenault on UK case involving torture and possible Canadian involvement (Sarah the Canadian).
  • November 2008 – CTV “Mike Duffy Live” interview with Indian High Commissioner to Canada. Subject was Mumbai bombings.
  • November 2008 – CTV News Hour – TV interview concerning Mumbai bombings
  • February 2008 – CTV “Mike Duffy Live” interview on Canadians in Afghanistan and the issue of detention.
  • July 2006 - Tom Quiggin and Norman Vasu, Channel News Asia TV Interview aired on Insights: The Enemy Within.
  • August 2006 - Tom Quiggin, Channel News Asia TV interview on their Prime Time News on 12 August 2006 at 9 pm (Interview was also quoted as text in Channel News Asia article: Augustine Anthuvan, “Analysis: Is Britain’s War on Terror Succeeding?”




BOOK CHAPTERS CONTRIBUTED

  • Contemporary Jihadist Narratives: Narratives and possible counter-narratives in the case of Momin Khawaja (Winter 2010, University of Leiden, Netherlands)
  • Policy Making within Large or Global Terrorism Organizations, (Summer/Fall 2010, Beacham Publications)
  • Cutting the Cord: Economic Jihad and Canadian Oil. Edited by James J.F. Forest. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, (June, 2006)
  • Open Source Intelligence Support to Investigations in a Hostile Climate, in La voir Canadienne vers la Cours pénale internationale: tous les chemins mènent à Rome. The book was published by the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice in spring 2004.
  • Intelligence and War Crimes: Some Views from Operational Experience. This chapter was co-written with Joseph Rikhof, Special Counsel for War Crimes (CIC and DOJ) and published in the book Canada and International Humanitarian Law. Published by Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, 2002.
  • The Role of Western European Regional Organizations in the Former Yugoslavia. This chapter was contributed to book entitled The Changing European Security Environment - Co-edited by Susanne Peters and C. Lott. This project was organized by R. Seidelman and funded by the Volkswagen Group. Published by Jena of Germany, 1996.
  • Peace at Last? An Analysis of the Dayton Agreement on Bosnia-Herzegovina - This chapter formed the postscript for the above noted book by Peters and Lott. 1996.
  • Technology for Peace: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Multinational Interventions in Operations Other Than War. An edited volume organized by Dr Jeremiah Sullivan of the University of Illinois. Funded by the United States Institute for Peace. Personal contribution consists of a chapter on the uses of technology in UN missions and the role of information warfare.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED

  • Janes/RUSI article in the Homeland Security and Resilience Monitor, “People Power in the War on Terrorism” (June Issue – released on Janes’ website on 03 May 2006) Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin.
  • Janes/RUSI article in the Homeland Security and Resilience Monitor , “Scanning the horizon for threats to Singapore” (published date of 01 July 2006).
  • Janes/RUSI article in the Homeland Security and Resilience Monitor, “Intelligence lessons: defeating terrorism on the front lines,” (March 2006)
  • The Royal United Services Institute Journal, Sept 2003, Iraq - A War 14 Years in the Making.
  • The Royal United Services Institute Journal, June 1999, Nato's Ten Years of Muddle.
  • The Royal United Services Institute Journal, April/May 1999, Do Airstrikes Amount to Effective Policy?
  • Internationale Spectator (Feb 98, No 2) Instituut Clingendael: Srebrenica en de internationale gemeenschap in Bosnie (Srebrenica and the International Community in Bosnia)
  • The International Security Review 1999, The Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies: Poets, Politicians and Propaganda in Kosovo (Co-written with Lt Col Robert Williams of the Canadian Armed Forces)
  • Intelligence and National Security Journal, Vol 13, No 4, Winter 1998: Response Article to No Cloak and Dagger Required, Intelligence Support to UN Peacekeeping Missions

COMMENTARY PAPERS

  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Singapore’s Darwinian Imperative: Survival in a Complex and Uncertain World”, Kumar Ramakrishna and Tom Quiggin, 28 April 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “People Power in the War on Terrorism”, republished from the original Janes/RUSI piece,) Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin, 16 May 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Iconic Soft Targets? Public Housing Estates, Terrorism and Social Resilience”, Kumar Ramakrishna, Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin, 24 May 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Israel’s Response: A Strategic Misstep with Global Implications?, Kumar Ramakrishna, Tom Quiggin and Hoo Tiang Boon, 24 July 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Contemporary Terrorism and Intelligence”, Sir Richard Dearlove and Tom Quiggin, 7 August 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Time for a Different Approach in the War on Terrorism?”, Tom Quiggin, 15 August 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “It Sure is Dark in Those Classified Caves, Open Source Intelligence for National Security”, Tom Quiggin, 27 September 2006
  • IDSS Commentary Article, Networked Cooperation and Diversity for the Future, Tom Quiggin, November 2006.
  • RSIS Commentary The Tyranny of the Tactical, co-authored with Sir Richard Dearlove, February 2007.
  • RSIS Commentary Faint Signals and a New Form of Jihadism: Host Community- Supported Jihadism, co-authored with Arabinda Acharya, June 2007.
  • RSIS Commentary What if Iran is Attacked?, co-authored with Arabinda Acharya, March 2007.
SELECTED NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

  • The Ottawa Citizen, op-ed The Show Trials Will Go On, 01 March 2008.
  • The North Shore Outlook – featured in a 13 March 2008 article entitled Terror indicators in BC ‘blinking red’: jihadi expert, by Sam Cooper.
  • The Ottawa Citizen, featured in a 23 February 2008 article entitled The warning lights are all blinking red, by Ian McLeod.
  • 20 September 2007, The Ottawa Citizen, op-ed entitled Jihad isn't just about religion.
  • Straits Times Article on “Singapore’s Darwinian Imperative: Survival In A Complex and Uncertain World” (28 April 2006) Kumar Ramakrishna and Tom Quiggin
  • Straits Times Article, “Surviving in an uncertain world”, (29th April 2006) Kumar Ramakrishna and Tom Quiggin.
  • Commentary Article on “People Power in the War on Terrorism”, republished from the original Janes/RUSI piece, (16 May 2006) Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin
  • Straits Times Article: “Allies can help US restore its global influence” Tom Quiggin and Norman Vasu
  • Commentary Article on “Iconic Soft Targets? Public Housing Estates, Terrorism and Social Resilience” 24 May 2006. (Kumar Ramakrishna, Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin)
  • Straits Times Article, “Blessed are the peace keepers?” August 2006.
  • Straits Times Article: “Politics, not religion, at core of jihadist movement” (Kumar Ramakrishna, Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin)
  • Ottawa Citizen Op-Ed” “Stopping the next terror plot” June 05, 2006
  • National Post Article, “How Jihad Starts”, Tuesday, 06 June 2006
  • Ottawa Citizen Op-Ed, “Winning means taking the moral high ground,” co-authored with Amitav Acharya.
  • Straits Times Article, “Escaping the Tyranny of the Tactical”, co-authored with Sir Richard Dearlove, February 2007.
  • Straits Times Article, “Winning the battle but losing the war” August 14th 2006.

SELECTED FORMAL PRESENTATIONS

  • 19/20 September 2017 – Presentation on radicalization to the Dutch National Police (Taskforce Vreemdelingen en Migratiecriminaliteit) in The Hague, Netherlands.
  • 10 September 2017 – C3RF Conference on Islamophobia, Presentation on the Prime Minister and Political Leadership
  • May 28, 2015 – Presentation to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security
  • March 25, 2015 – Presentation to the Standing Committee of Public Safety and National Security
  • 21 June 2010 – Evidence Presentation to the Senate of Canada (Interim Report of the Special Senate Committee on Anti-terrorism)
  • 03 March 2010 - Presentation to the Department of Justice, Ottawa for the Special Advocates training session. Subject matter will be on intelligence and evidence and source reliability issues.
  • 14 December 2009 - Presentation to the University of Wollongong (Australia) on illicit network formation in terrorist groups.
  • 30 November/01 December 2009 - The International Risk Governance Council forum on national level risk assessment in Zurich. The presentation and discussions were on national level risk, and horizon scanning.
  • October 30th 2009 - Presentation to the annual conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Intelligence and Security. The presentation was on intelligence and evidence.
  • October 15th 2009 - Invited as guest lecturer at Yale University (McMillan Center) for presentation on international cooperation in intelligence and terrorism; also risk assessment and horizon scanning.
  • June 11th 2009 – Lecture on Entry Level Course for Canadian intelligence analysts (course run by PCO for all other agencies). Subject was intelligence/evidence and source reliability.
  • May 19th 2009 – International Security Forum, Geneva, Switzerland. Presentation given on open source tactical intelligence support to terrorism investigations and how intelligence and evidence intersect.
  • October 16th and 17th 2008 – Three presentations to the European Experts Network on Terrorism Issues (EENeT) at The Hauge, Netherlands. These presentations were on Al Qaeda’s Ideological Beliefs and Radicalization, Radicalization and Extremism on the Internet and Intelligence and Informers in Radicalization and Extremism.
  • July 7th 2008 - Presentation to the Department of Justice Special Advocates Course on intelligence and evidence.
  • May 26th 2008 – Presentation to the Department of Justice Special Advocates Course on intelligence and evidence.
  • March 12th 2008 – United States Department of Energy Conference on energy security. Presentation on intelligence, horizon scanning and secrecy in energy matters.
  • 20 February 2008 – Presentation to the Kent State International Program in Geneva, Switzerland, entitled “Radicalization and Response.”
  • January 2008 – Presentation to the Defence Lawyers from the Guantanamo Bay Military Commission. The presentation was focused on issues concerning intelligence and its role in the production of evidence.
  • 07 December 2007 – Testimony to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Air India bombing (Mr. Justice Major). The testimony was on intelligence, knowledge and education as well as operational areas of intelligence that are required for counter terrorism operations in general.
  • November 14th and 15th 2007 – Canadian Border Services Agency conference of intelligence officers and analysts. Responsible for two 90 minutes presentations on “Faint Signal Detection” and “Intelligence at the Front Lines.”
  • November 13th 2007 – Experts Meeting: Engaging Muslim Communities Abroad. Conference co-sponsored by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and the UK Foreign Office. Was lead-off speaker on radicalization in Muslim communities.
  • November 11th 2007 – Radio interview with CHIN (Radio Islam) on youth radicalization in Canada.
  • October 31st 2007 – Presentation to the Privy Council Office at Meech Lake on a specific case of terrorism radicalization and how it can be used to understand radicalization in general in Canada.
  • October 24th 2007 – Short presentation at Royal Bank conference on money laundering and terrorist financing. Presentation was on successes by banks in money laundering.
  • October 23rd 2007 – Presentation to CIJA on radicalization issues and community engagement in Canada and around the world.
  • October 17th 2007 – Presentation to Ottawa Police on indicators of radicalization and extremism for front line police officers.
  • June 4th to June 8th 2007 – Presentations to various counter terrorism officials in Rotterdam, Copenhagen, Brussels, Utrecht, Den Haag and Worden. The presentations were on counter-radicalization and community engagement in counter terrorism programs.
  • May 28/29 2007 – Speaker and participant at the Swedish Defence College and the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies, Stockholm Sweden. The conference was on research into the state of intelligence capabilities. The project was headed by Greg Treverton of Rand Corp.
  • May 30th 2006 - Open Source Intelligence Workshop by Tom Quiggin, conducted for the Singaporean National Security Coordination Secretariat, and others. (NSCC, JCTC, IDA, DSTA, Ministry of Health, and ICPVTR)
  • July 24th 2006 - Boolean Search Workshop by Tom Quiggin, “Boolean Searching and Search Engine Math”,
  • September 2006 - “Jihadists Domination of the Internet Battle Space”, presentation at the Network Centric Warfare Asia 2006 Conference, Singapore.
  • November 29th 2005 - Invited as lecturer on the RCMP National Security Course to present on “The Structure, Organization and Evolution of Al Qaeda and the Global Jihadi Movement.”
  • November 14th 2005 - Invited to give a presentation at the Canadian Police College on the “Structure, Organization and Evolution of the Global Jihadi Movement” and on “Future outlook on trends in targeting.”
  • November 1st 2005 - Invited to give presentation to Ottawa Airport security staff on the “Structure, Organization and Evolution of the Global Jihadi Movement” and the “Emerging Threats and Trends in Canada.”
  • March 2005 - Global Security Asia Conference and Exhibition in Singapore (26-29 March 2005). Formal conference presentation on Terrorism and Strategic Intelligence.
  • June 2004 - Canadian Centre for the Study of Intelligence and Security Studies - Norman Patterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. 3-4 June 2004 - Conference on “Anticipating Strategic Surprise and Early Warning” - looked at repeated failures of strategic intelligence and why it fails - related this to current Homeland Security style in Canada and US - and why they are not likely to succeed.
  • April 2003 - Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice. Presentation on open source intelligence for major international war crimes cases (including satellite imagery and commercial aggregate data bases).
  • March 2000 - University of Toronto, Centre for International Studies. Presentation on War Crimes, Intelligence, Technology and Justice.
  • February 2000 - International Centre for Security Analysis, King's College London (Presentation on War Crimes, Intelligence and Technology)
  • June 1998 - Canadian Government Senate Committee on Security and Intelligence (The Kelly Commission). The Senate Committee was investigating the terrorist threat to Canada and various counter-terrorism activities of the Canadian government. This presentation involved future technology and intelligence issues.
  • October 1997 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation investigation into the events at Srebrenica. (Intelligence, imagery etc.)
Tiers
Show of support for Freedom of Speech
$2 or more per month
Support Free Speech by supporting The Quiggin Report’s open public analysis of the important issues related to terrorism that politicians, media and tech companies actively censoring all of us. 
Shoutout on the podcast
$5 or more per month (sold out!)
Have your name read on the podcast as a sponsor of The Quiggin Report and stand in solidarity with our commitment to Free Speech. 
The Quiggin Report, Clean and Simple (ad-free)
$19 or more per month
Listen to The Quiggin Report with no commercials.  All the same content commercial free. Clean and simple. 
Goals
54 of 500 patrons
Our goal is to reach 500 patrons in support of free speech, and who wish to defend the freedoms of what a liberal democracy is based on.

The Quiggin Report is dedicated to all those who have fought to protect this right to liberty; those who have served in the military, intelligence or security services in our countries. Whether you are part of the commonwealth, in The United states America or any of the other liberal democracies across the globe we need to come together and protect our societies and cultures currently under attack. 

Please become a Quiggin Report Patron and we promise to present objective insight into the intelligence and security community currently engage in the battle against extremism and nefarious entities, gaining influence in our media, government and educational institutions.
1 of 1
The Quiggin Report podcast, a look into the world of counter terrorism, intelligence gathering and global security issues. Hosted by intelligence analysis and counter terrorism expert Tom Quiggin, The Quiggin Report gives behind the scenes insight into the world of intelligence and how western governments deal with, the growing phenomenon of extremist groups, gaining influence within western governments.


We can't do this without you... From years of experience, Tom knows that the best way to fight for our freedoms is knowledge. For this podcast, Tom is on a mission to bring you the most up to date and accurate information. To do this we need your help to support the show and share with your networks Tom’s insights, ideas and experience. This way we can keep the show independent and out of the control of the very organizations that wish to distort the truth.

In our ever-connected world it’s important to be able to provide unfiltered, unedited insights and evidence. This is exactly how Tom presents his expert analysis and data to countless courts, intelligence agencies, military personnel, and now with this podcast, you!

This is your chance to contribute and actually support the production of a podcast dedicated to help open people’s minds to the real truth based on critical analysis and facts from an expert.

Many people have already been drawn in to embrace antithetical ideas, through reasons that perhaps on the surface seem logical and appealing, but are founded on false information and motives. These same people would likely reject these ideas on recognizing the undeniable and evidence backed truth which Tom is providing here.

It’s important to understand that on the whole those who currently support issues such as censorship, are well intentioned. However, they fail to see the consequences or understand the many grave concerns our security forces are currently faced with.

To win this battle, people need access to the truth and the evidence to support it. Tom is providing it to you all here, so we encourage you to share it.

We are honoured to have you as a listener of The Quiggin Report and we promise that despite our google ban prior to launch, this is just the beginning.

Becoming a Patron means making a monthly contribution towards the podcast. This is similar to a Netflix’s subscription, only that access to our material is free, and by showing your support you become part of our team to create this important content.
It is important to remember that the content shared on The Quiggin Report are also Tom’s professional recommendations to legislators and government representatives. With your support for the show these parties can clearly see you share their concerns, and they should not fear to speak openly and honestly about many of the sensitive topics covered on the podcast.

If you share our interests and concerns please help in bringing them to the attention of people across the globe. We understand that many of you cannot be seen to be vocal due to your chosen career, family beliefs or peers. However, you can still join the fight by helping us lay the path for others in similar situations and legislators fighting stigmatization and public shaming tactics of the far-left Islamist and secular Islamists lobbying to quash free speech and free ideas.

Sign up anonymously on Patreon right now. Help us continue this fight for all of our freedoms and civil liberties now, and for future generations to come. 


BACKGROUND

A former Senior Fellow at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, he has 30 plus years of practical intelligence experience in a variety of positions including the:



  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Bank of Canada,
  • Canadian Armed Forces
  • United Nations Protection Force in Yugoslavia
  • Citizenship and Immigration Canada (War Crimes)
  • International War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (The Hague)
  • Privy Council Office of Canada.
In addition, Tom was a qualified arms control inspector for the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty and the Vienna Document.

A Court Appointed Authority

Thomas Quiggin, (M.A, C.D.) is a court qualified expert on terrorism (criminal court and Federal Court) and “intelligence collection and evidence” (Federal Court).



Considered one of the leading experts in his field Tom has testified on multiple occasions to Senate and the House of Commons committers as well as a Royal Commission (Air India Inquiry 2007). He has also provided testimony to the Special Senate Committee on Anti-terrorism (2010).

Professional Trainer & Speaker
With the focus on intelligence and evidence reliability, Tom was asked to give a number of training sessions as part of the special advocates program for the Canadian Department of Justice. He has also been a guest lecturer at the Canadian Police College, speaking specifically about terrorism and intelligence, and has spoken at various conferences in Europe, south east Asia and Australia on related matters.

Defending our Freedoms / In the News

Achieving a high-profile status for his official capacity, it is not surprising that To has been requested to appear in numerous TV and radio shows, and contribute to countless other newspaper articles and papers. For a detailed breakdown, please see the annexed list.


Tom himself has contributed to, and written many publications on security and terrorism matters in Germany, the Netherlands, the UK, USA, Canada and Singapore.

The most recent major publication Tom has written, is the book, "SUBMISSION: The Danger of Political Islam to Canada – With a Warning to America". Written with co-authors Tahir Gora, Saied Shoaaib, Jonathon Cotler, and Rick Gill with a foreword by Raheel Raza. Prior to this, he published a sole author book on national security intelligence requirements. (Seeing the Invisible: National Security Intelligence in an Uncertain Age, World Scientific, 2007).

In a more proactive approach to sharing his knowledge with the masses, Tom has made a few YouTube videos, but in the light of Google being one of the major culprits to quash this type of “free speech”, his podcast, The Quiggin Report, was born and will go live in the first quarter of 2018.

The Quiggin Report

Our freedom is under threat and The Quiggin Report will explore why. What is affecting it, where does it come from and what can we do to, not only have a voice, but keep ourselves safe?…

The podcast will examine topics including:
  • Free speech
  • Military intelligence
  • National Security
  • Victimization
  • Submission of free will
  • Radicalization
  • Extremism
  • Cyber security
  • And much much more….
Prior to even releasing the first episode of the podcast, the Quiggin Report’s youtube and google account have already been suspended!

You may not realize it yet, but your very lives will be affected by what Tom has to say...

Find out the truth and why it is being hushed by the many sources you usually rely on for your news updates.

Tune in today to on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher using whichever podcast portal you prefer
And remember to follow us @QuigginReport on Twitter, Facebook, Minds, Gab.at and Bitchute.


Your contributions help us immediately create more content, including advanced research, future interviews, collaborations and ultimately live events.

We are a small team wearing many hats desperately in need of growth and assistance. We have others from the intelligence community waiting to come on board The Quiggin Report, and we look forward to bringing their knowledge and expertise to our team.

When you become a Patron of The Quiggin Report you're giving us the ability to stay independent, answering to no one but ourselves and of course to you, our supporters.

Please help spread the word about The Quiggin Report over your social media platforms, personal networks, friends, family and colleagues.

Thank you everyone for supporting us. We need you. @QuigginReport



ANNEX


GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS

The Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Commentary Number 75, Summer 1998: Exploiting the New High-Resolution Satellite Imagery: Darwinian Imperatives? (Co-written with Mark Stout of the US State Department - INR)


Tom Quiggin with Yasushi Akashi, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations Protection Force for the former Yugoslavia.


FILM OR DOCUMENTARY ROLES

Filmed for the 2008 CBC documentary by Nomad Films entitled “The Al Qaeda Code.” The documentary was an examination of the radicalization of Muslim youth on a global basis. The interview involved identifying problems and responses to the problems of radicalization in Canada.

SELECTED TV AND RADIO INTERVIEWS

  • 23 October 2014 – CBC National News, “The Current”, Parliament security questions resurface after Ottawa's shooting
  • May 2014, Sun News Interviews Tom Quiggin on Muslim Brotherhood Connections In Canada
  • 29 August 2014 – CTV News, Why did UK raise terrorism threat level?
  • 11 January 2010 – CTV interview with Scott Laurie on Toronto 18 trial for Mr Abdelhaleem.
  • 10 January 2010 – CTV national interview with Roger Smith, interview titled “Saudi court revokes Canadian's death sentence”
  • 10 January 2010 – CTV national interview with Jacqueline Milczarek on the Palestinian Doctor who killed 7 CIA agents in Afghanistan.
  • 07 December 2009 – CTV Power Play with Tom Clark. Interview on Parliament and security following Greenpeace demonstration.
  • October 27th 2009 - CHQR Radio, Calgary, Alberta, Twenty minute interview on LTTE, intelligence and immigration.
  • October 17th, 2009 - CTV National News with Scott Laurie – discussion on impact of Afghan elections on President Karzai and the role of Canadian troops.
  • October 10th, 2009 - CTV National News, Discussion on release of Robert Fowler and the role of democratic states in negotiating with terrorist groups.
  • October 4, 2009 - CTV news panel discussion with host Scott Laurie and co-panelist James Morton on national security certificates.
  • September 22, 2009 – CTV national TV interview with Marcia MacMillan on issues concerning a recent terror alert in the USA.
  • April 24, 2009 – CTV national TV interview with Marci Ien, Canada AM. The interview concerned the kidnapping of UN Envoy Robert Fowler by Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
  • February 2009 – CBC-TV interview with Adrienne Arsenault on UK case involving torture and possible Canadian involvement (Sarah the Canadian).
  • November 2008 – CTV “Mike Duffy Live” interview with Indian High Commissioner to Canada. Subject was Mumbai bombings.
  • November 2008 – CTV News Hour – TV interview concerning Mumbai bombings
  • February 2008 – CTV “Mike Duffy Live” interview on Canadians in Afghanistan and the issue of detention.
  • July 2006 - Tom Quiggin and Norman Vasu, Channel News Asia TV Interview aired on Insights: The Enemy Within.
  • August 2006 - Tom Quiggin, Channel News Asia TV interview on their Prime Time News on 12 August 2006 at 9 pm (Interview was also quoted as text in Channel News Asia article: Augustine Anthuvan, “Analysis: Is Britain’s War on Terror Succeeding?”




BOOK CHAPTERS CONTRIBUTED

  • Contemporary Jihadist Narratives: Narratives and possible counter-narratives in the case of Momin Khawaja (Winter 2010, University of Leiden, Netherlands)
  • Policy Making within Large or Global Terrorism Organizations, (Summer/Fall 2010, Beacham Publications)
  • Cutting the Cord: Economic Jihad and Canadian Oil. Edited by James J.F. Forest. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, (June, 2006)
  • Open Source Intelligence Support to Investigations in a Hostile Climate, in La voir Canadienne vers la Cours pénale internationale: tous les chemins mènent à Rome. The book was published by the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice in spring 2004.
  • Intelligence and War Crimes: Some Views from Operational Experience. This chapter was co-written with Joseph Rikhof, Special Counsel for War Crimes (CIC and DOJ) and published in the book Canada and International Humanitarian Law. Published by Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University, 2002.
  • The Role of Western European Regional Organizations in the Former Yugoslavia. This chapter was contributed to book entitled The Changing European Security Environment - Co-edited by Susanne Peters and C. Lott. This project was organized by R. Seidelman and funded by the Volkswagen Group. Published by Jena of Germany, 1996.
  • Peace at Last? An Analysis of the Dayton Agreement on Bosnia-Herzegovina - This chapter formed the postscript for the above noted book by Peters and Lott. 1996.
  • Technology for Peace: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Multinational Interventions in Operations Other Than War. An edited volume organized by Dr Jeremiah Sullivan of the University of Illinois. Funded by the United States Institute for Peace. Personal contribution consists of a chapter on the uses of technology in UN missions and the role of information warfare.

ARTICLES PUBLISHED

  • Janes/RUSI article in the Homeland Security and Resilience Monitor, “People Power in the War on Terrorism” (June Issue – released on Janes’ website on 03 May 2006) Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin.
  • Janes/RUSI article in the Homeland Security and Resilience Monitor , “Scanning the horizon for threats to Singapore” (published date of 01 July 2006).
  • Janes/RUSI article in the Homeland Security and Resilience Monitor, “Intelligence lessons: defeating terrorism on the front lines,” (March 2006)
  • The Royal United Services Institute Journal, Sept 2003, Iraq - A War 14 Years in the Making.
  • The Royal United Services Institute Journal, June 1999, Nato's Ten Years of Muddle.
  • The Royal United Services Institute Journal, April/May 1999, Do Airstrikes Amount to Effective Policy?
  • Internationale Spectator (Feb 98, No 2) Instituut Clingendael: Srebrenica en de internationale gemeenschap in Bosnie (Srebrenica and the International Community in Bosnia)
  • The International Security Review 1999, The Royal United Services Institute for Defence Studies: Poets, Politicians and Propaganda in Kosovo (Co-written with Lt Col Robert Williams of the Canadian Armed Forces)
  • Intelligence and National Security Journal, Vol 13, No 4, Winter 1998: Response Article to No Cloak and Dagger Required, Intelligence Support to UN Peacekeeping Missions

COMMENTARY PAPERS

  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Singapore’s Darwinian Imperative: Survival in a Complex and Uncertain World”, Kumar Ramakrishna and Tom Quiggin, 28 April 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “People Power in the War on Terrorism”, republished from the original Janes/RUSI piece,) Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin, 16 May 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Iconic Soft Targets? Public Housing Estates, Terrorism and Social Resilience”, Kumar Ramakrishna, Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin, 24 May 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Israel’s Response: A Strategic Misstep with Global Implications?, Kumar Ramakrishna, Tom Quiggin and Hoo Tiang Boon, 24 July 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Contemporary Terrorism and Intelligence”, Sir Richard Dearlove and Tom Quiggin, 7 August 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “Time for a Different Approach in the War on Terrorism?”, Tom Quiggin, 15 August 2006.
  • IDSS Commentary Article on “It Sure is Dark in Those Classified Caves, Open Source Intelligence for National Security”, Tom Quiggin, 27 September 2006
  • IDSS Commentary Article, Networked Cooperation and Diversity for the Future, Tom Quiggin, November 2006.
  • RSIS Commentary The Tyranny of the Tactical, co-authored with Sir Richard Dearlove, February 2007.
  • RSIS Commentary Faint Signals and a New Form of Jihadism: Host Community- Supported Jihadism, co-authored with Arabinda Acharya, June 2007.
  • RSIS Commentary What if Iran is Attacked?, co-authored with Arabinda Acharya, March 2007.
SELECTED NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

  • The Ottawa Citizen, op-ed The Show Trials Will Go On, 01 March 2008.
  • The North Shore Outlook – featured in a 13 March 2008 article entitled Terror indicators in BC ‘blinking red’: jihadi expert, by Sam Cooper.
  • The Ottawa Citizen, featured in a 23 February 2008 article entitled The warning lights are all blinking red, by Ian McLeod.
  • 20 September 2007, The Ottawa Citizen, op-ed entitled Jihad isn't just about religion.
  • Straits Times Article on “Singapore’s Darwinian Imperative: Survival In A Complex and Uncertain World” (28 April 2006) Kumar Ramakrishna and Tom Quiggin
  • Straits Times Article, “Surviving in an uncertain world”, (29th April 2006) Kumar Ramakrishna and Tom Quiggin.
  • Commentary Article on “People Power in the War on Terrorism”, republished from the original Janes/RUSI piece, (16 May 2006) Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin
  • Straits Times Article: “Allies can help US restore its global influence” Tom Quiggin and Norman Vasu
  • Commentary Article on “Iconic Soft Targets? Public Housing Estates, Terrorism and Social Resilience” 24 May 2006. (Kumar Ramakrishna, Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin)
  • Straits Times Article, “Blessed are the peace keepers?” August 2006.
  • Straits Times Article: “Politics, not religion, at core of jihadist movement” (Kumar Ramakrishna, Norman Vasu and Tom Quiggin)
  • Ottawa Citizen Op-Ed” “Stopping the next terror plot” June 05, 2006
  • National Post Article, “How Jihad Starts”, Tuesday, 06 June 2006
  • Ottawa Citizen Op-Ed, “Winning means taking the moral high ground,” co-authored with Amitav Acharya.
  • Straits Times Article, “Escaping the Tyranny of the Tactical”, co-authored with Sir Richard Dearlove, February 2007.
  • Straits Times Article, “Winning the battle but losing the war” August 14th 2006.

SELECTED FORMAL PRESENTATIONS

  • 19/20 September 2017 – Presentation on radicalization to the Dutch National Police (Taskforce Vreemdelingen en Migratiecriminaliteit) in The Hague, Netherlands.
  • 10 September 2017 – C3RF Conference on Islamophobia, Presentation on the Prime Minister and Political Leadership
  • May 28, 2015 – Presentation to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security
  • March 25, 2015 – Presentation to the Standing Committee of Public Safety and National Security
  • 21 June 2010 – Evidence Presentation to the Senate of Canada (Interim Report of the Special Senate Committee on Anti-terrorism)
  • 03 March 2010 - Presentation to the Department of Justice, Ottawa for the Special Advocates training session. Subject matter will be on intelligence and evidence and source reliability issues.
  • 14 December 2009 - Presentation to the University of Wollongong (Australia) on illicit network formation in terrorist groups.
  • 30 November/01 December 2009 - The International Risk Governance Council forum on national level risk assessment in Zurich. The presentation and discussions were on national level risk, and horizon scanning.
  • October 30th 2009 - Presentation to the annual conference of the Canadian Association for the Study of Intelligence and Security. The presentation was on intelligence and evidence.
  • October 15th 2009 - Invited as guest lecturer at Yale University (McMillan Center) for presentation on international cooperation in intelligence and terrorism; also risk assessment and horizon scanning.
  • June 11th 2009 – Lecture on Entry Level Course for Canadian intelligence analysts (course run by PCO for all other agencies). Subject was intelligence/evidence and source reliability.
  • May 19th 2009 – International Security Forum, Geneva, Switzerland. Presentation given on open source tactical intelligence support to terrorism investigations and how intelligence and evidence intersect.
  • October 16th and 17th 2008 – Three presentations to the European Experts Network on Terrorism Issues (EENeT) at The Hauge, Netherlands. These presentations were on Al Qaeda’s Ideological Beliefs and Radicalization, Radicalization and Extremism on the Internet and Intelligence and Informers in Radicalization and Extremism.
  • July 7th 2008 - Presentation to the Department of Justice Special Advocates Course on intelligence and evidence.
  • May 26th 2008 – Presentation to the Department of Justice Special Advocates Course on intelligence and evidence.
  • March 12th 2008 – United States Department of Energy Conference on energy security. Presentation on intelligence, horizon scanning and secrecy in energy matters.
  • 20 February 2008 – Presentation to the Kent State International Program in Geneva, Switzerland, entitled “Radicalization and Response.”
  • January 2008 – Presentation to the Defence Lawyers from the Guantanamo Bay Military Commission. The presentation was focused on issues concerning intelligence and its role in the production of evidence.
  • 07 December 2007 – Testimony to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Air India bombing (Mr. Justice Major). The testimony was on intelligence, knowledge and education as well as operational areas of intelligence that are required for counter terrorism operations in general.
  • November 14th and 15th 2007 – Canadian Border Services Agency conference of intelligence officers and analysts. Responsible for two 90 minutes presentations on “Faint Signal Detection” and “Intelligence at the Front Lines.”
  • November 13th 2007 – Experts Meeting: Engaging Muslim Communities Abroad. Conference co-sponsored by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and the UK Foreign Office. Was lead-off speaker on radicalization in Muslim communities.
  • November 11th 2007 – Radio interview with CHIN (Radio Islam) on youth radicalization in Canada.
  • October 31st 2007 – Presentation to the Privy Council Office at Meech Lake on a specific case of terrorism radicalization and how it can be used to understand radicalization in general in Canada.
  • October 24th 2007 – Short presentation at Royal Bank conference on money laundering and terrorist financing. Presentation was on successes by banks in money laundering.
  • October 23rd 2007 – Presentation to CIJA on radicalization issues and community engagement in Canada and around the world.
  • October 17th 2007 – Presentation to Ottawa Police on indicators of radicalization and extremism for front line police officers.
  • June 4th to June 8th 2007 – Presentations to various counter terrorism officials in Rotterdam, Copenhagen, Brussels, Utrecht, Den Haag and Worden. The presentations were on counter-radicalization and community engagement in counter terrorism programs.
  • May 28/29 2007 – Speaker and participant at the Swedish Defence College and the Centre for Asymmetric Threat Studies, Stockholm Sweden. The conference was on research into the state of intelligence capabilities. The project was headed by Greg Treverton of Rand Corp.
  • May 30th 2006 - Open Source Intelligence Workshop by Tom Quiggin, conducted for the Singaporean National Security Coordination Secretariat, and others. (NSCC, JCTC, IDA, DSTA, Ministry of Health, and ICPVTR)
  • July 24th 2006 - Boolean Search Workshop by Tom Quiggin, “Boolean Searching and Search Engine Math”,
  • September 2006 - “Jihadists Domination of the Internet Battle Space”, presentation at the Network Centric Warfare Asia 2006 Conference, Singapore.
  • November 29th 2005 - Invited as lecturer on the RCMP National Security Course to present on “The Structure, Organization and Evolution of Al Qaeda and the Global Jihadi Movement.”
  • November 14th 2005 - Invited to give a presentation at the Canadian Police College on the “Structure, Organization and Evolution of the Global Jihadi Movement” and on “Future outlook on trends in targeting.”
  • November 1st 2005 - Invited to give presentation to Ottawa Airport security staff on the “Structure, Organization and Evolution of the Global Jihadi Movement” and the “Emerging Threats and Trends in Canada.”
  • March 2005 - Global Security Asia Conference and Exhibition in Singapore (26-29 March 2005). Formal conference presentation on Terrorism and Strategic Intelligence.
  • June 2004 - Canadian Centre for the Study of Intelligence and Security Studies - Norman Patterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. 3-4 June 2004 - Conference on “Anticipating Strategic Surprise and Early Warning” - looked at repeated failures of strategic intelligence and why it fails - related this to current Homeland Security style in Canada and US - and why they are not likely to succeed.
  • April 2003 - Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice. Presentation on open source intelligence for major international war crimes cases (including satellite imagery and commercial aggregate data bases).
  • March 2000 - University of Toronto, Centre for International Studies. Presentation on War Crimes, Intelligence, Technology and Justice.
  • February 2000 - International Centre for Security Analysis, King's College London (Presentation on War Crimes, Intelligence and Technology)
  • June 1998 - Canadian Government Senate Committee on Security and Intelligence (The Kelly Commission). The Senate Committee was investigating the terrorist threat to Canada and various counter-terrorism activities of the Canadian government. This presentation involved future technology and intelligence issues.
  • October 1997 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation investigation into the events at Srebrenica. (Intelligence, imagery etc.)

Recent posts by Quiggin Report

Tiers
Show of support for Freedom of Speech
$2 or more per month
Support Free Speech by supporting The Quiggin Report’s open public analysis of the important issues related to terrorism that politicians, media and tech companies actively censoring all of us. 
Shoutout on the podcast
$5 or more per month (sold out!)
Have your name read on the podcast as a sponsor of The Quiggin Report and stand in solidarity with our commitment to Free Speech. 
The Quiggin Report, Clean and Simple (ad-free)
$19 or more per month
Listen to The Quiggin Report with no commercials.  All the same content commercial free. Clean and simple.