England’s Prince Charles famously said, “(GMOs) are not in God’s plan.” If you don't have a direct line to God like he does, that's okay, you can still easily see that most resistance to GMOs is based on quasi-religious belief in a perfect natural Eden rather than reason. 

"A ban on any GMO products would limit consumer choice. As a farmers market manager, I am reluctant to do so," writes  Mike Broadhurst, who manages the Cambria Farmers Market with his wife, Carol, but also worked for 30 years as a chemist for a company that commercialized GMO seeds.

If you care about food and understand biology, it's much easier to separate fact from doomsday fantasy. That is why anti-science progressives instead rely on fomenting fear and doubt.

GMO ban would limit choice by Mike Broadhurst, The Tribune

H/T Pythagorean Crank