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John Ayers Boarding & Industrial Schools Ireland Referendum

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It is with honor and respect that I announce that John Ayers from Ireland will be here to guest speak with listeners.

John Ayers is a child abuse victim and went to a Boarding School in London UK.  Boarding Schools were run by Christian Clergy. He will be speaking to his own abuse and his experience in Boarding Schools in London England.

When the Ryan Report came down from Judge Ryan John explained to me that was the straw the broke the camel's back so to speak. John has been out every Sunday for the last three years in Dublin Ireland protesting at the Pro Cathedral in Ireland since 2009. John Ayers will be speaking to his experience of protesting to raise awareness and to get laws changed in the Ireland.

John's wants to raise awareness of the abuse that is leveled in children and to insight people to stand together as adults to protect children through his knowledge of his own abuse

He also will speak to the upcoming important referendum in Ireland which is one that is initiated to end child abuse of Ireland's children. There are rallies and protests going on for the important November 10, 2012 Referendum In Ireland.

With every guest that comes on this show, we continue the trend set forth by our debut guest and  it enlightens people to the deep rooted problem of child abuse not just by parents or outsiders but within the orders of Christianity with government knowledge in which there was acts by the Churches to cover up the abuse to date. Depite the churches boasting that they are working with Survivors there is still an attempt to silence Survivors.

John Ayers also went on a hunger strike on the 1st anniversary of the Ryan Report in 2010.

Great show again folks listen to the archives.