John Weir

John Weir is a computer programmer/analyst who lives with his wife and three children in a suburb of Kansas City. Born in Missouri in 1958, he received a B.S. degree in computer science and technology from the University of Missouri at Kansas City.


As a school of historical research and writing, revisionism has been around probably as long as people have been writing history. The idea is history has importance beyond the simple recording of events. Political interests push to shape the record of what happened to place those in power in the …

Toward the end of January 2009, Roman Catholic Bishop Williamson, associated with the Society of Saint Pius X, said in an interview “I believe that the historical evidence is strongly against — is hugely against — 6 million Jews having been deliberately gassed in gas chambers as a deliberate policy …

"Jesus said, 'Blessed is the lion that the human eats, so that the lion becomes human. Cursed is the human that the lion eats, so that the lion becomes human.'"—Saying 7, The Gospel of Thomas. Since the start of the Al Aqsa Intifada in September 2000, the Israeli economy has …

On Sunday, December 7, 1941 the Japanese Imperial Navy attacked American Naval forces docked in Hawaii. President Roosevelt addressed the nation on the radio condemning the "sneak attack" with a speech now known to have been written a day before the Japanese bombs started to drop. Americans, the majority of …

Several years ago boxer "Iron Mike" Tyson during a press conference told his upcoming prize fight opponent he would make him "his girl friend." Though this was not out of character for the trash-talking Iron Mike, sports commentators were nevertheless shocked the prizefighter would put it so crudely — comparing …

According to recent press reports, a newly declassified government document shows "U.S. intelligence officials knew about Nazi Germany's plan to eradicate the Jews early in World War II." The document at the center of this revelation is a Chilean diplomatic document dated Nov. 24, 1941 and obtained by the U.S. …

Since the end of World War II a search has continued, and for many has ended with the quarry having eluded its hunters. Some believe what they seek never existed in physical form, but existed nonetheless. It is vitally important that it existed during the war though it has never …

Recently John Sack and Michael Shermer have addressed the topic of Holocaust revisionism in mainstream publications, Sack in Esquire magazine and Shermer in his book, Denying History. Publicly, both Shermer and Sack are critical of revisionism. This is rather typical for those who want to be able to publish their …

Over the last year or so, a slogan created by the French Holocaust revisionist, Robert Faurisson has gotten some derisive coverage from those who disagree with him over the size and character of the Shoah. The slogan is "No Holes—No Holocaust."[2] Those unfamiliar with details of the story of …

“Plurality is not to be assumed without necessity.”—William of Ockham The fourteenth century Franciscan theologian, William of Ockham is credited with using a method to trim logical absurdities out of arguments that came to be named for him. This method, today known as Occam’s Razor, or “Entities are not to …

Many years ago a comic named Johnny Stanley was featured on a novelty record called "It's in the Book." On this record Stanley delivered a mock sermon using the "Little Bo Peep" nursery rhyme. The second part of the recording was a hymn which had nothing to do with religion, …

"We are the shoes, we are the last witnesses."—caption attached to a photo of a heap of shoes by U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (See: http://www.ihr.org/jhr/v17/v17n5p29_Faurisson.html) It should come as no surprise to anyone over the age of twelve with an average intelligence that governments lie. Not just other governments, …

'The Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders. Ernst Klee, Willi Dressen and Volker Riess, editors. Translated from the German by Deborah Burnstone. Foreword by Hugh Trevor-Roper. New York: Free Press, 1991. Hardcover. 334 pages. Photographs. Source references. Biographical appendix. Index. ISBN: 0 02 9174252 …

The Warburgs: The Twentieth-Century Odyssey of a Remarkable Jewish Family, by Ron Chernow. New York: Random House, 1993. Hardcover. 820 pages. Photographs. Bibliography. Reference notes. Index. John Weir is a computer programmer/analyst who lives with his wife and three children in a suburb of Kansas City. Born in Missouri in …

Scapegoats: A Defense of Kimmel and Short at Pearl Harbor, by Edward L. Beach. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1995. Hardcover. 225 pages. Eleven photographs. Bibliographical references essay. Index. John Weir is a computer programer/analyst who lives with his wife and three children in a suburb of Kansas City. Born in …

“Plurality is not to be assumed without necessity.” —William of Ockham John Weir is a computer programer/analyst who lives with his wife and three children in a suburb of Kansas City. Born in Missouri in 1958, he received a B. S. degree in computer science and technology from the University …

Dr. John Coleman, Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300, America West, Carson City, NV, 1992, 267 pp., $16.95. "Three can keep a secret, if two of them are dead."—Benjamin Franklin One thing that strikes a student of the history of the United States is the trend toward …

Walter D. Kennedy, Myths of American Slavery, Pelican Publishing Company, Gretna LA 2003, 234 pp., hc, photos, addenda, notes, bibliography and index, $24.95 "Slaves, in all things obey those who are your masters on earth, not with external service, as those who merely please men, but with the sincerity of …