Plaintiffs in One Bay Area Lawsuit Need Financial Backer to Proceed with Appeal
It is decision time regarding the One Bay Area lawsuit. A new financial backer must be secured now in order to proceed with the filing of the Appeal.
We have collected contributions and financial pledges from many of you, recently, and truly appreciate your generosity and support of this important litigation. These contributions will be saved until we locate a new party to fully acquire necessary financing.
We need a financial backer who can secure the minimum funds necessary to cover the next important step in the litigation process - the appeal. If you are, or know of a person able or inclined to lead this litigation’s financing please contact us.
Others who would like to contribute can notify us of your willingness to pledge an amount contingent on our identifying total necessary financial resources. Pledge here.
The trial court gave minimal review to the complaint. The substantial issues presented by the Plaintiffs in the ABAG lawsuit give great reason for the appellate court to reverse the decision.
Notice regarding the ABAG Lawsuit:Lawsuit Needs Citizen Help to Prevail Against ABAG
Rosa Koire of The Post Sustainability Institute and Democrats Against U.N. Agenda 21and Michael Shaw of FreedomAdvocates.org and GlobalizationofCalifornia.com filed suit seeking the negation of ABAG’s One Bay Area (OBA) $300 billion dollar plan to remake the San Francisco Bay Area. The OBA program is the prototype Agenda 21 restructure of local government to change how Americans are expected to live. This well strategized lawsuit was developed and argued by Sacramento attorney Timothy Kassouni. The action lost in California Superior Court in what appears to have been a predetermined outcome.
A Notice of Appeal has been filed, but funding has not been secured. New funding will be necessary to carry the litigation forward. A globalist victory in the Bay Area will result in a sweeping tide throughout the U.S., leading to world government. If you can come to the rescue and want to discuss assumption of this essential litigation, you can contact Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kassouni at email@example.com.
You may review the court history of the litigation at GlobalizationofCalifornia.com.