Okay, let's be real here.
We all love the idea of getting the Klonoa anime back on track, but I will not let you endorse the harassment of the employees of Netflix. Harassing the Netflix team will probably just annoy them. This is not how we're going to accomplish anything but a bad reputation for the Klonoa fandom. The #saveKlonoa debacle full of stolen fanart and harassment towards Bandai Namco is enough trouble as is. We need to be a better example.
What we CAN do is do it in a more peaceful approach, one that will gain traction but it doesn't harass Netflix directly, such as a hash-tag like #KlonoaAnime or something among those lines. I don't know. We can talk about Klonoa and the potential it has to be adapted into a show. Then we can see if Bandai Namco or Netflix will notice the rising hashtag and reach out to oneanother for a deal.
However I wouldn't do any of that.
Let me explain. If Klonoa of the Wind Encore turns out to be a remake it may be another attempt for Bandai Namco to test the waters in the reception of Klonoa. They have done the same thing with the Klonoa:DTP remake on Nintendo Wii. The Wii game was a failure financially and thus the idea of a remake of Klonoa 2:LV was cancelled. Remember that a company wants to make money. It NEEDS to make money to stay afloat. Bandai Namco can be as passionate about Klonoa as they want, but it still needs to make money. Netflix will feel the same way. If people want it, they will deliver.
What we need to do if we want to "save" Klonoa is (simply put) speak using our wallets. We buy the game or whatever media is going to be released, and talk about it frequently online to give Klonoa Encore a positive reception.