The anti-consumer choice mantra: If you can’t get people to agree with you, force them. Greenpeace recently “invaded” a Toronto branch of Loblaws, Canada’s biggest grocery store chain. Like Greenpeace-sponsored anti-biotech activists in the United States have done recently, they slapped labels on genetically improved foods — labels that use graphic imagery to compare the foods to biohazards and poisons.

Said one Greenpeace activist: “Labels are coming to Loblaws whether it likes it or not.”