Sorry if this has been mentioned, but you so eloquently defined a wide array of terms, but failed to define corporation.
A group of persons acting under a legal charter recognizing them as a seperate unit with rights, privileges, and liabilities to act as if they
were a single person
So, by definition the United States is a corporation, but in no way does that imply that it is a company, or business.
I went over this in the thread that mentions the US code, and says United States is a corporation, which it is. But not a business.
Because something has a trademark, does not imply that it "trades".
Per your definition....
A trademark or trade mark is a distinctive sign or indicator used by an individual, business organization, or other legal entity to identify
that the products or services to consumers with which the trademark appears originate from a unique source, and to distinguish its products or
services from those of other entities.
The United States is a legal entity, a corporation. "Services in which the trademark appear", like your census form. Using the trademark ensures you
that the document is real, and is infact sent by the United States government.
I've said it before, I think people read too much into things, without actually reading anything.
As soon as you hear corporation, trademark, consumer, it immediately sets off a conspiracy alarm. But noone seems to research why these terms are
used, or what they actually mean. They just make some mickey mouse, loosely connected "the united states is a company, here's proof theory" and run
with it as gospel.
I remember searching about a similar topic, and found thousands, literally thousands of websites saying the same "the US is a company heres proof"
using the title code definition of corporation = united states as the basis, without understanding the legal definition of corporation, or that
legally the US is a corporation, but not a business owned by the King of Swahili, the Queen of England, or the Jack of all trades.
I don't agree with anything you've posted, but thats just my opinion, I think this is as ridiculous as the "Jefferson used the term "subjects"
thats proof of the NWO's agenda" idea.
All that being said, I don't think the census is a nefarious thing per se. Thats not saying that the information gathered couldn't be used in
nefarious ways. But in no way do I believe the census was created for the reasons you claim.
I guess thats me not agreeing with anything you've posted.
Not attacking you, just my opinion. Althought lately some seem to feel threatened or attacked when I offer my different opinion so I felt I should add