Dr. Stanley Monteith, whose well-known book “Brotherhood of Darkness” exposed a “grand conspiracy” of secret societies, the Council of Foreign Relations and the Bilderbergers, has died at the age of 85.
A researcher, author and talk-show host, Monteith spent more than 40 years studying the movement to create a world government.
During his 35-year career as an orthopedic surgeon he traveled to Europe, lived in South Africa and spent time researching the records of the men and organizations he believed are working to bring the United States under the control of a corporate elite.
His radio talk show, “Radio Liberty,” was aired on dozens of radio stations across the U.S.
He ran for Congress in 1988, challenging incumbent Leon Panetta, who was re-elected and later became part of the Obama administration.
He was known for his activism regarding fluoride and was a member of Pat Robertson’s Christian Coalition.
In his book on secret societies he said that when a viewer feels like he or she has only gotten part of the story from the “establishment” media, it’s probably because they’re right.
Monteith revealed “the identity of the mysterious forces behind the men who rule the world, and why some of our leaders have dedicated their lives to destroying our nation,” a reviewer once said.
At Prison Planet, radio show host Alex Jones said, “He was one of those people who was always at the epicenter of good change, defending liberty and battling tyranny.”
Jones said Monteith “did it absolutely with a servant’s heard, and that’s what mattered.”