Bayer’s in deep trouble. Cancer victims are suing over glyphosate and the company’s lost about 30 billion euros in market value.
Bayer and its CEO Werner Baumann are shaking in their boots: they need this week's annual shareholder meeting to go down without hiccups.
This is where you come in.
With your donation, we’ll fly in Paul Francois, one of Bayer-Monsanto's most high-profile victims and put him in front of every TV camera and every shareholder entering the meeting.
Over a decade ago, Paul was poisoned by Monsanto’s toxic pesticides. And he’s been demanding justice in French courts ever since. His story is powerful -- a PR disaster for Bayer and a reminder to shareholders of the true cost of Bayer’s relentless quest for profit.
Please, can you chip in to bring Paul Francois to the Bayer AGM this week?