Found this on Turkey's Local Agenda 21:
"LA-21 National Youth Parliament provided recommendations for the amendment of the Municipality Law and organized meetings with state authorities; the goal has been to increase youth participation in decision making at local level. Consequently, the Municipality Law changed on 8 October 2006 enabling local youth councils to have a stronger role at municipalities through city councils."
The Dane's LA21 information page is also informative:
How is it possible that so many nations can publish SO MUCH about LA21 and Communitarian legal integration while Americans continue to insist it's a conspiracy theory? Now that I know witches play a role, I'm wondering if they really might have the power to cast a spell on words (and maybe we should add this suprise element to our War on Words game. Like the fact of how hard it is for people to say communitarianism. It was always weird how many times I forgot how to pronouce it and said camanatarin, with Nordica correcting me every time because she has a good ear for foreign languages and my horrible pronounciations really annoyed her when she was 15. Now it rolls off my tongue and I can spell it without thinking, but it wasn't easy in the beginning. Plus, maybe a humdred people have told me to STOP using the actual word, for various reasons.
A lot of people have been searching for "Agenda 21 conspiracy" lately. People like us who talk about Agenda 21 are still labled conspiracists. That just doesn't make any sense unless you consider the possibility of a giant spell cast by some evil witches. This is not where I normally take my research, but Bobby's found some good history on Wiccans and I have to say it sure looks like they believe they can learn to use magic and cast spells. The Cherry Hill Seminary trains Communitarian ministers to cast spells. What else am I supposed to believe?