Articles are disappearing from Google Archive News

Below are the Google Archive News results for "Why Shouldn't We Spend"



If you click on the link, Why Shouldn't We Spend?, the article is now gone.



I have written two entries referring to this article. On July 2, 2010, I wrote about the Social Security Spiral, and, on August 16, 2010, I wrote an article on using Google Archive News.

Using Google archive news
There are things you can find on Google archive news that you can' t find on Google' s regular search. This site will be making heavy use of Google archive news. The three main reasons for this are:

1) To provide instant credibility

Some of the things I right about may seem unbelievable, so being able to provide a link to thousands of articles on the subject is very useful.


2) To remind people what common sense sounds like.

Why Shouldn't We Spend?


Let' s Get Rich
Why Shouldn' t We Spend?
Ocala Star-Banner - Google News Archive - Jan 19, 1965
R HENRY J. TAYLOR

If President Johnson is right (and we are safe) in all the spending he' s proposing, what're we waiting for? Why don' t we just double the national debt and everybody get rich?


Anyone can promise to speed up the printing presses and build up our debt. This brings happiness and security?

Governments that overspend face global and epidemical forces from the outside that no amount of mystic theory can avoid or kick downstairs into the Deepfreeze.

Decreased Value

The 1939 dollar' s purchasing power has already declined to less than 45 cents.
Declining currencies follow the law of physical bodies, they accelerate as the fall. But even at the present rate our dollar will be worth less than 25 cents in 10 years.

When Mr. Johnson or anybody proposes cradle-to-the-grave disbursements by the U. S. Treasury that somehow sounds free, our misinformation becomes complete.

A government is a spender not an earner. Anything the government says it will give to the people it must first take from the people. The government is spending more than the entire income of everybody west of the Mississippi River.

What is folly in the family debt, debt and more debt cannot be wisdom in the kingdom.
The applauded rulers merely come and go and leave us to clean up the mess. So will President Johnson on his present course. His good intentions are not pertinent. Next to wars, nothing has finally caused mankind more misery than Inflation with its destruction of working people' s savings and its artificial pay.


Luckily, I keep an image of every article I write about. Here is the original image for the article Why Shouldn't We Spend?, which has now disappeared.



This is not an isolated case

I have noticed many articles disappearing, and it only started happening recently (within last two months). Here is another missing article I stumbled on in the last few days.Google Archive News results for "Heroin Production" Vietnam.



Again, if you click on the link, Heroin Production, the article is gone.



I do not have an image for this article.

My reaction: Articles (and the entire newspapers they were published in) are disappearing from Google Archive News. Links to these articles are going dead.

Conclusion: History is being erased.

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6 Responses to Articles are disappearing from Google Archive News

  1. Gail says:

    Yes, it seems to me that we are becoming enveloped in a fantasy world where reality is disguised, hidden, and denied. It's rather creepy and of course Orwellian.

    Here are my examples:

    http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/2010/10/hide-decline.html

  2. icliks says:

    Are the missing subjects random or is specific material intentionally being hidden? Herion is obviously a sensitive subject, as is massive deficit spending at the moment.

  3. Robert says:

    disgusting. we need a new google :(

  4. It's the "Ministry of Truth". Google that.

  5. Tina Feyk says:

    Eric: Speaking of articles disappearing, could you please have a look at your "ABOUT ME" page and the link that is provided for your resume? It seems to now link to an unrelated real estate search service.
    I just found your blog and I would like to read your resume, as it seemed to cause a bit of a stir among those who like their information spoon-fed to them by "professionals". Keep up the great blogging!

  6. Tina Feyk says:

    Eric: Speaking of articles disappearing, could you please have a look at your "ABOUT ME" page and the link that is provided for your resume? It seems to now link to an unrelated real estate search service.
    I just found your blog and I would like to read your resume, as it seemed to cause a bit of a stir among those who like their information spoon-fed to them by "professionals". Keep up the great blogging!

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