Just as there is nothing inherently wrong with killing,
which is circumstantially defined and regulated;
so there is nothing intrinsically wrong with
book burning
... because there is
no universal or absolute right to
free speech!

The censorship of the New Crusading Inquisition
has rearranged its intolerant ban, and
has restricted its respectable selections.
Determining priorities of decision
has little to do with ideal preferences,
or with a responsible eco-econ balance,
and much to do with moral gag-limits.
Substitute options are never a complete choice.
The question is not whether to burn books,
but why some deserve to be purged and forgotten.