To be honest, the Bilderberg Group is very suspicious. However just watching a YouTube video on it does not suddenly make you an expert. People, strangely enough, do make things up to suit their conspiracy theories or misinterpret data.
I'm not one of these people who is very pro-government. In the last 10 years the UK Gov't have introduced laws and policies that are often not only intrusive, but a downright breach of international human rights. The EU Data Retention Act is a big one, for example. The data protection controversies over the NHS Spine, is another.
I'm also not one of these people who thinks that causes can be fought by putting a message in your MSN name, or by commenting on a bunch of YouTube videos, or by signing up to a Facebook group. If you want to make a difference, you need to get out there and do
For example, I'm a member of the UK Pirate Party and I sometimes go and put up some of their posters and put leaflets through people's doors. It isn't much, but it's something. Something that will raise awareness and may be the difference between getting a seat in the house of commons, or not.
Personally I ignore this "New World Order" thing - there's no reliable proof and it's better just to fight known policies. If you go out and start shouting about the NWO, nobody will care. If you go out and start shouting about new intrusive government policies, some people might take notice.
One more thing, I'm a teenager too. It's a year until I can vote. That doesn't stop me from getting out there and doing something
however small that might be.http://www.pirateparty.org.uk/http://www.pirate-party.us/