Ordo Templi Orientis. Nice! I do like Daniel Martin Diaz's work. If one were to come up with a candidate for new world order, as a member of O.T.O. I'd be more than flattered if we did take it, what could be better than a world operating solely on the ideals of Peace, Tolerance, & Truth operating under the banner of: "Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law. Love is the law, love under will."
Realistically though, organization in O.T.O. is much akin to herding cats and running the world would be a little too difficult at this point - better plan would be to influence people's minds and change their world-view...
Knowing more than a few of people who believe in NWO conspiracies, I can't help but to feel a mild urge to vomit in my mouth when I look at the logic behind them. While they may sound pretty convincing (to some), there's no way that they can functionally work and the only thing they accomplish in the end is distract people from the real problems in the world by creating a bogey-man that 'believers' can fear. This, in the end, results in a grand case of mental masturbation and accomplishes nothing for anyone.
In the 1800's we get the so-called Protocols of the Elders of Zion which created a bogey-man out of Jews to support the anti-Semitic vein in Russia and Europe at the time; around the same time in France, England and the United States, the Freemason's were subject to a number of tracts supposedly exposing their "Satanic" origins despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of Masons are fine up-standing citizens; Jesuits and Catholics got it pretty hard in America as well.
People who personally dislike another group will come up with strange stories to defame their perceived enemies at the risk of facing reality and working on what really needs to be done. There is no decent evidence that there are any world-wide conspiracies greater than social-injustice, the imbalance of distribution, and privileged class treatment; and all those come about at a social level, needing nothing to create them than people's unwillingness to become involved in the world.