The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010 Under: law
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from the males inability to hold up or be able to survive his end of religious practices and law abide. Because of fear of religious persecution against himself a male would then turn to his wife (woman that you marry clear in better or worse, sickness and health until death do you part), for her to be punished instead of him. This would also occur if the woman sought to correct the male's ways and or flaws, so that he would not be punished or suffer the male would inflict the common scold upon her. This was instituted so that the male would not be the subject of public humiliation because the woman refused to stay silent.  The male along with the authorities would enact "Tongue in cleft stick" thus forcing the woman to endure the embarassment the male desired to avoid.  Such embarassments include infidelities or imperfections.

Other punishments endured as directed to the female gender, women were subjected to being dunked into a pond of water by being strapped to a chair called a scolding stool. Women were also embarassed by being wheeled around town while sitting in a chair. These types of punishments were issued when a male was in contempt of a warrant, when bad beer or bread was sold or when they had public disturbances or created a nuisance in public.

Tongue in cleft stick was done by clamping your tongue between two ends of a stick in order to prevent speech. To speak with censorship and subjecting those to limitation by race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, nationality, disability with the exception of hate speech is unconstitutional. This is recognized as a human right in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in freedom of opinion and expression.
 
Such acts of persecution are still used today. Although, they have" offspringed" by use of other tactics and methods in order to hide the truth of the action and to make someone, primarily female persuasion suffer behind such punishment to save the male from embarassment and verdict as related to legal or religious disobedience.

Dated: June 27, 2010                          A. Sadiq                          
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010 Under: law
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from the males inability to hold up or be able to survive his end of religious practices and law abide. Because of fear of religious persecution against himself a male would then turn to his wife (woman that you marry clear in better or worse, sickness and health until death do you part), for her to be punished instead of him. This would also occur if the woman sought to correct the male's ways and or flaws, so that he would not be punished or suffer the male would inflict the common scold upon her. This was instituted so that the male would not be the subject of public humiliation because the woman refused to stay silent.  The male along with the authorities would enact "Tongue in cleft stick" thus forcing the woman to endure the embarassment the male desired to avoid.  Such embarassments include infidelities or imperfections.

Other punishments endured as directed to the female gender, women were subjected to being dunked into a pond of water by being strapped to a chair called a scolding stool. Women were also embarassed by being wheeled around town while sitting in a chair. These types of punishments were issued when a male was in contempt of a warrant, when bad beer or bread was sold or when they had public disturbances or created a nuisance in public.

Tongue in cleft stick was done by clamping your tongue between two ends of a stick in order to prevent speech. To speak with censorship and subjecting those to limitation by race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, nationality, disability with the exception of hate speech is unconstitutional. This is recognized as a human right in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in freedom of opinion and expression.
 
Such acts of persecution are still used today. Although, they have" offspringed" by use of other tactics and methods in order to hide the truth of the action and to make someone, primarily female persuasion suffer behind such punishment to save the male from embarassment and verdict as related to legal or religious disobedience.

Dated: June 27, 2010                          A. Sadiq                          
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces

In : law 


Tags: law  civil  charges  arrest  court  police  lawyer  defendant  plaintiff  criminal 
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010 Under: law
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from the males inability to hold up or be able to survive his end of religious practices and law abide. Because of fear of religious persecution against himself a male would then turn to his wife (woman that you marry clear in better or worse, sickness and health until death do you part), for her to be punished instead of him. This would also occur if the woman sought to correct the male's ways and or flaws, so that he would not be punished or suffer the male would inflict the common scold upon her. This was instituted so that the male would not be the subject of public humiliation because the woman refused to stay silent.  The male along with the authorities would enact "Tongue in cleft stick" thus forcing the woman to endure the embarassment the male desired to avoid.  Such embarassments include infidelities or imperfections.

Other punishments endured as directed to the female gender, women were subjected to being dunked into a pond of water by being strapped to a chair called a scolding stool. Women were also embarassed by being wheeled around town while sitting in a chair. These types of punishments were issued when a male was in contempt of a warrant, when bad beer or bread was sold or when they had public disturbances or created a nuisance in public.

Tongue in cleft stick was done by clamping your tongue between two ends of a stick in order to prevent speech. To speak with censorship and subjecting those to limitation by race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, nationality, disability with the exception of hate speech is unconstitutional. This is recognized as a human right in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in freedom of opinion and expression.
 
Such acts of persecution are still used today. Although, they have" offspringed" by use of other tactics and methods in order to hide the truth of the action and to make someone, primarily female persuasion suffer behind such punishment to save the male from embarassment and verdict as related to legal or religious disobedience.

Dated: June 27, 2010                          A. Sadiq                          
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces

In : law 


Tags: law  civil  charges  arrest  court  police  lawyer  defendant  plaintiff  criminal 
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The Common Scold

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, June 27, 2010 Under: law
Tongue in Clef-Stick

There is a saying children should be seen and not heard and in some customs women have no rights to speak of. Such punishments violate the constitution of the right to free speech in America known as the First Amendment. When one expresses verbal displeasure it may not always mean challenging authority. Speaking out is a measure of self defense that we are all entitled to. In the common scold,of early form was meant to keep a woman in her place. This came as a result from the males inability to hold up or be able to survive his end of religious practices and law abide. Because of fear of religious persecution against himself a male would then turn to his wife (woman that you marry clear in better or worse, sickness and health until death do you part), for her to be punished instead of him. This would also occur if the woman sought to correct the male's ways and or flaws, so that he would not be punished or suffer the male would inflict the common scold upon her. This was instituted so that the male would not be the subject of public humiliation because the woman refused to stay silent.  The male along with the authorities would enact "Tongue in cleft stick" thus forcing the woman to endure the embarassment the male desired to avoid.  Such embarassments include infidelities or imperfections.

Other punishments endured as directed to the female gender, women were subjected to being dunked into a pond of water by being strapped to a chair called a scolding stool. Women were also embarassed by being wheeled around town while sitting in a chair. These types of punishments were issued when a male was in contempt of a warrant, when bad beer or bread was sold or when they had public disturbances or created a nuisance in public.

Tongue in cleft stick was done by clamping your tongue between two ends of a stick in order to prevent speech. To speak with censorship and subjecting those to limitation by race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, nationality, disability with the exception of hate speech is unconstitutional. This is recognized as a human right in Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in freedom of opinion and expression.
 
Such acts of persecution are still used today. Although, they have" offspringed" by use of other tactics and methods in order to hide the truth of the action and to make someone, primarily female persuasion suffer behind such punishment to save the male from embarassment and verdict as related to legal or religious disobedience.

Dated: June 27, 2010                          A. Sadiq                          
                                                         On Behalf of Pieces

In : law 


Tags: law  civil  charges  arrest  court  police  lawyer  defendant  plaintiff  criminal 
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