Greenpeace is again trying to stop the Philippines from using genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to solve hunger and vitamin deficiency. The group believes, without evidence, that GMOs are “contaminating non ‘GE’ environments and future generations in an unforeseeable and uncontrollable way.”

Their campaign to ban genetically modified food in poor countries struggling with chronic hunger and malnourishment “is no less brutal than the Islamic State" and “[I]t is barbaric for Greenpeace to oppose the availability of new plant varieties in less-developed countries such as the Philippines” wrote Dr. Henry Miller, a Fellow in Scientific Philosophy  &  Public Policy at Stanford University and a former trustee of the American Council on Science and Health, in an email to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Prof: Greenpeace ‘No Less Brutal Than ISIS’ For GMO Stance by Andrew Follett, Daily Caller