As a long-time Wikipedia reader, I can say that it has correct information 99% of the time. It has been rated more accurate than Encyclopedia Britannica. It has some bias against up-and-coming anti-mainstream political movements, but fascism isn't exactly a new thing.
Mein Kampf is an opinion piece and the American Nazi Party is politically influenced as they are a political party. They are, however, better sources of legitimate information than Wikipedia.
A Jew-hating opinion piece is a better source of legitimate information than Encyclopedia Britannica? If you say so.
I never said burn all books, but books that have a negative effect on society
Who is the ultimate authority on what has a negative effect? Hitler?
desensitizing us to sexuality like 50 Shades of Grey, Twilight and the rest of the teenage garbage that makes teenagers think it is embarrassing to still be a virgin, embarrassing to preserve the most precious thing they can possess (especially for women)
Virginity is the most precious thing a person can possess? That may be true for idiot feminists, but most of us have a personality that define us more than our penises and vaginas. 50 Shades of Grey and Twilight are garbage, of course, but burn them for that? Those who advocate burning books will soon be advocating burning people.
Also, book that appear to be equal regarding facts, statements, etc. should be burned due since they usually refuse to evaluate the other side, example being history books that state the Holocaust definitely happened.
So it's OK to write an "opinion piece", like Mein Kampf, to say some obviously batshit crazy things, but it's not OK to write propaganda where the bias is better hidden? No, people just need to be more media savvy and not believe everything they read.