Amended Complaint Brief
Opening Brief, Filed July 15, 2014
Globalization of California Forum Videos
Held on May 3, 2014 at Treasure Island
Watch this space on how to get not-for-resale copies of the Forum DVD’s
to hand-deliver to your local council, committee and board members.
Michael Shaw Interview on I-580 Billboard Protest
County Of Alameda Succumbs To Billboard Temporary Restraining Order
Castro Valley, June 23, 2014 – On Monday June 16 the County of Alameda agreed with the terms sought by Citizens for Free Speech (Citizens) in regard to a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) regarding three 2-sided billboards along I-580 in Castro Valley. A Hearing was set to be heard in Federal Court June 17, but was canceled as a result of the stipulation.
The agreed-to stipulation includes a waiver of any requirement for Citizens to post a bond pending the ultimate court hearing, that the stipulation be filed and approved by the court, and that the County be subject to usual enforcement procedures and legal requirements of a TRO. This stipulation defers any legal action until late July when a hearing for Permanent Injunction against the County will be heard.
The stipulation followed the County’s request on Friday afternoon of an extension of time to file opposition papers. In verbal discussion between the parties’ counsel, the County asserted that they had never received notice of the Federal Court filing and therefore needed extra time for filing a response. Citizens’ counsel then joined the process server into the call whereupon County counsel acknowledged receipt. No extension was granted leading to the County’s submission Monday morning.
Michael Shaw, co-founder of Citizens and owner of Lockaway Storage where the billboards are located said, “After 12 years of litigation with Alameda County, the veracity of the County Council’s office is, in my mind, routinely questionable.”
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Major Billboard Protest Exposes One Bay Area Plan
Castro Valley, June 3, 2014 – Citizens for Free Speech, LLC has constructed the first three billboards on I-580, to alert citizens to the massive reorganization of Bay Area life and economic and political structures. The signs are located at Lockaway Storage in Castro Valley, California.
The organizations responsible for this transformation include agencies and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) led by the Association of Bay Area Governments or ABAG. The signs give attention to websites for more information.
Michael Shaw, a founder of Citizens for Free Speech, has been active for over 15 years in national and local efforts to ward off the imposition of global governance.
“The people in the Bay Area have been sold out to a $300 billion restructuring plan.” According to Shaw, “This restructure is led by local politicians and a complicit media silence and is designed to reshape the infrastructure and political structure of the 9-county Bay Area.”
“This restructuring conforms to Agenda 21 policy that intentionally readies the Bay Area for ultimate designation as an independent city-state that conforms to globalist objectives,” Shaw stated.
Shaw believes that California citizens have purposely been kept in the dark on these issues because their awareness would have pointedly blocked these globalist efforts long ago.
“The silence must be broken and the plans exposed for what they are,” said Shaw.
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Location of Citizens for Free Speech Billboards on I-580
More Pictures of I-580 Billboards