You will notice it is still on an old-sspx website SSPX district of Asia. It is a tremendous resource. I have always found the two English speaking sites the old-sspx.org and the old-sspxasia.com to be the best sources of old-sspx information. Unfortunately, with their all new-sspx Branding website, they have been deleting the archives of the old-sspx little by little; first, by a wholesale "cleansing" of current information, then scrubbing conferences of Archbishop Lefebvre from our view to learn the battles and to cross analyzing the new-sspx.
The new-sspx unfortunately has been creating over the last two years new Branding websites across all of their districts for a full SSPX: Branding Control of information centralized in Menzingen with the push of one button. Fr. Rostand had been assigned this role as the new Communications director residing in the General House Menzingen.
What a loss...and a deceitful thing to do for all generations hereafter who will not be able to know and discern the fight in front of them which Archbishop Lefebvre clearly stood for. The new-sspx had changed their course; it is now all for conciliarism.
When the old-sspx website was up and running for many years, mostly by the efforts of the then District Superior Fr. Peter Scott, it had a FULL archive section. When the new-sspx website took over, under Fr. Rostand, he "allowed" for a short time a link to access those now edited-archives. Today, the old-sspx archive is gone from [direct] access; and only a link is available to the new-sspx FULLY edited archive in the caption box, at the bottom right of their new website here.
Now I did say that there is no "DIRECT" access to the old-sspx archive, though it is still edited, that if you do some research, you can find it through the back door through Startpage.com or any other search engine. Here it is here. How long will it last...?
I do not know what will happen with the old-sspxasia.org archive, but at present, the new-sspx is allowing it to be linked on their new website [for a brief time]; see on the bottom left of their new website here.
For anyone who wants to keep those old-sspx, yet edited, archives, I recommend that you do a bookmark of those old-pages at this time for easier access.
Below is a screen shot of today's new-sspx website showing side by side the two sspx "libraries". The SSPX Asia - library goes right to its old-sspx library archives (temporarily); and the SSPX US - library now is only going to their NEW library archives!