posted on Dec, 17 2007 @ 05:52 AM
The short answer, in my view, is "no".
Most of the threads you will find with a quick search of this site on the subject of NWO discuss evidence of an intention to create a new world
order. Some of this is more convincing than others.
The problem I have with any of it is that it all presupposes a level of competence by a given authority that would place it above all other
administrations in the history of the world. No previous attempt to impose a "new" society on any people has ever succeeded. The reason for this is
that people are not as flexible or crushable as those who would do the crushing seem to believe.
The horrible side to this is, of course, the fact that the pursuit of this impossiblity tends to involve the suffering and/or deaths of hundreds of
thousands of people - see Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, Pol Pot's Cambodia, Maoist China for examples. None of them ever work in the long run.
Millions die while that fact is discovered.
But if your concern stops with the concept of having an "order" imposed upon you, I'd stop worrying now. The truth of the matter is that those
accused of attempting to bring about a NWO would probably struggle to order a pizza.