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the time. At some point there will be a great reset in the minds of people around the world. I think it will happen. The current situation is unsustainable. The world will be either completely destroyed or it will settle back to a comfortable state. I think that the best thing we can do for now is to prepare for the worst. What do you think? I think people around the world are becoming more liberal. However, it is still so difficult for people in many places to change their thinking. In addition, the conservative people are still very strong. I think we need to wait and see what will happen. I think it is possible that the Global Moderator will keep the world for a period of time. The world will become more liberal over a period of time. I think that will be the most positive thing that can happen. In the recent two years, what have been your most memorable quotes from TV shows or interviews? I don’t know. Maybe I should say that my most memorable quote is that of Kevin Spacey on the show “House of Cards”.TORONTO -- While others have now joined the growing list of parties calling for an inquiry into the apparent suicide of former CBC Radio host Jian Ghomeshi, his former station has declined to join the chorus of voices. In a letter sent to the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, head of English-language services Alain Gauthier says his station won't move to a fact-finding role until an investigation has been completed. "We are waiting for the full details of the investigation," Gauthier wrote. "No one can say whether or not the investigation will confirm the allegations and be able to make recommendations. As such, we feel it is premature to comment further on the matter at this time." Gauthier also said the CBC is not participating in public forums about the matter. "CBC.ca remains open for ongoing debate and discussion on the issues being raised," he said. "We will be open to providing facts and analysis as the investigation unfolds." Gauthier's office says it has no further comment and he can't be reached for further details. In response to an email, a spokesperson for the CBC did not confirm or deny the letter had been sent. The Star has obtained a copy of the letter from Gauthier. The council has not released a copy of its response.


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