Global Vision
Mission Statement
On The Role Of Media


Global Vision Productions is committed to creating a new global strategy in media, arts and entertainment. A new strategy is needed because media in all forms is the single most powerful tool ever invented and used on our planet to both influence public opinion and profoundly affect human consciousness. Major media is currently owned by the same multi-national corporations that have for decades been in the business of manufacturing nuclear weapons and creating products hazardous both to our environment and our quality of life.

It is critically important to realize that the majority of people use media as their main source of information and artistic entertainment. If the corporate military-industrial complex continues to own and control media in general, and American media specifically, and if American media has the largest viewing audience on the planet, then humanity at large will continue to be informed and influenced by a media designed primarily to recycle and sell the same destructive images and visions that have brought our planet earth to its present brink of disaster.

For the first time in history, humanity has developed the capacity to be linked together through a global media system that, used appropriately, would be the fastest and most powerful way to communicate positive visions to the world community. Global Vision Productions would improve the quality of life by creating more socially conscious and humanitarian productions. It would employ the talents and skills of artists, entertainers and celebrities committed to work for peace, social justice and the creation of a safe, sane healthy world for ourselves and our future generations. Global Vision Productions would produce media that inspires people towards social and environmental responsibility, promote wold goodwill, enhance our human spirit and expand our collective global vision.

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