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Dr. Stan Monteith passes

Dr. Stanley Monteith:  1929-2014

Dr. MonteithDr. Stanley Monteith, M.D,  was diagnosed with a T-cell lymphoma a few months ago.  Born in 1929, he passed away on Sept. 29, 2014.

He was a radio host and author and a retired orthopedic surgeon, popularly known as Doctor Stan. He hosted a daily radio show called Radio Liberty.

Monteith was the author of several books and had published a number of videos and other recorded media. His radio talk show was heard in over 50 radio stations across the United States and overseas.

Many of the issues that Monteith addressed had to do with globalization  and the New World Order  He was also highly active in warning people about the dangers of fluoride. He first became involved with the fight against UN Agenda 21 in Santa Cruz, CA.

In 1988, Monteith ran for Congress as a Republican in California’s 16th Congressional District, challenging incumbent Leon Panetta. Panetta was re-elected with nearly 79 per cent of the vote. Prior to his run for Congress, Monteith was a longtime member of the John Birch Society, and had once headed the group’s Santa Cruz County chapter. He was later a member of the Pat Robertson’s Christian Coalition and the Coalition on Revival. In a 1994 piece on Christian Reconstructionism, Frederick Clarkson with Political Research Associates, cites Monteith, with Robertson, as “another example of Christian Right conspiracy theory.”

His website is at http://www.radioliberty.com/.  Archived programs are available there.

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