Esteemed Speaker

Phillip Haney

Founding Member of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in March of 2003; Customs & Border Protection Officer (CBP); retired honorably on July 31, 2015 with 15 years combined Federal service.

Author of See Something, Say Nothing, a best-selling exposé of the Obama Administration's submission to the goals and policies of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as other Islamic groups operating here in America, and around the world. Official release date May 24, 2016.

Inaugural Recipient of the American Freedom Award from the American Freedom Alliance (AFA) on May 21, 2017.

Forty years experience in the Strategy & Tactics of the Global Islamic Movement based on Quranic Arabic, with parallel strong focus on Counter Terrorism.

Thirty years experience in International Travel (20+ countries), from China to Europe and Central/South America, but with sustained emphasis on Israel and the greater Middle East.

Fifteen years experience in Threat Analysis & Intelligence (A&I) while serving as a CBP Officer; conducted numerous interviews of individuals with potential links to terrorism; credited with many successful cases, and for finding 300 individuals with potential links to terrorism while assigned to the National Targeting Center (NTC).

Additional deep Law Enforcement background in Research and in Data Analysis, using a facts-based case-study approach to diagnose problems, and to forecast emerging trends.

Extensive testimony and more than 65 classified briefings presented to members of both the House & Senate, and publically before Chairman Ted Cruz (TX) & the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 28, 2016.

Extensive familiarity with Middle Eastern culture, history and current affairs, woven together with Biblical theology, as well as the theology of Islam, including the Quran, Hadith & Tafsir (Commentaries).

President of Venatus Group, Inc.

Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy (CSA), from August 2015 through December 2018

Current Member:

Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO)

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA)