Census ® vs Enumeration
by Al Parker
“…DHS is extending the Dec. 31 REAL ID material compliance deadline. The May 10, 2011, deadline for full compliance remains in effect… Congress must act to address systemic problems with the REAL ID Act to advance our security interests over the long term. DHS is committed to moving forward to implement this key 9/11 Commission recommendation—just last week, the Department announced the availability of $48 million to states for the Drivers License Security Grant Program, to help prevent terrorism, reduce fraud, and improve the reliability and accuracy of personal identification documents.”Today I would like to address a topic that has a number of people quite upset, and while at first blush it may seem to be not related to the bankruptcy of the United States and our current economic plight, I think that we will see there is actually a relationship here.
What has some people quite upset is the intrusiveness of the federal government into the homes, bedrooms, and bathrooms of the people in the several states of the United States of America. What I’m referring to is known as the census. We have all heard the stories of census takers going around neighborhoods, standing on people’s front porches, and punching in the global positioning coordinates of their homes. We were told that these intrusive busybodies were gearing up for the 2010 census. I believe that April 1 is the official census day and we are coming up on that date quite rapidly.
Many of us have already found in our mailbox an envelope addressed to RESIDENT, with resident being spelled in all capital letters. First of all, I’m not a resident, because a resident is a 14th amendment citizen of the corporate United States who is temporarily living outside of the District of Columbia. And my name isn’t spelled in all capital letters because a name spelled in all capital letters denotes a dead thing. Just go to a cemetery and check it out. Look at the names on the gravestones. They are all spelled in capital letters.
The second thing I noticed on the outside of the envelope was the wording United States Census 2010, with Census 2010 printed in big bold type. And there looked to be something funny about the name United States. It looked like a fly had landed on the envelope and deposited some fly do-do or fly specks at the end of the name United States. So I took off my glasses so I could read it up close and guess what I found? It wasn’t fly manure at all. It was a very small circle with a capital letter R inside the circle.
I’m sure almost everyone has seen that symbol, that circle with a capital letter “R” inside the circle. That is the symbol for registered trademark. So here I have an envelope addressed from the U.S. Department of Commerce that has United States Census 2010 printed on it with the registered trademark symbol immediately following the name United States.
Many of us have known for years that there are at least five different definitions for the name United States, depending upon how Congress defines United States in its various statutes. One of the definitions of the name United States is found in title 28 of the United States Code. In title 28, section 3002(15)(a) we find that United States is defined as a federal Corporation. That’s right, it is a Corporation, just like State of Wisconsin, State of New York, State of California, etc., are corporations, not to be confused with Wisconsin, New York, or California.
So now we know that United States is not only the name of a Corporation, a business Corporation controlled by the international bankers, it is also a registered trademark. Well let’s go and look at what the United States code has to say about trademarks and their registration. Let’s take a look at title 15, United States code, §1051. Paragraph(a)(1) reads, “the owner of a trademark used in commerce may request registration of its trademark on the principal register hereby established by paying the prescribed fee and filing in the Patent and Trademark office an application and verified statement, in such form as may be prescribed by the Director, and such number of specimens or facsimiles of the mark is used as may be required by the Director.”
In paragraph (a)(3) we find that the statement shall be verified by the applicant and specify that, among other things, to the best of the verifier’s knowledge and belief, no other person has the right to use such mark in commerce either in the identical form thereof or in such near resemblance thereto … etc. etc. etc.
So we see that United States is not only a Corporation, it is also a registered trademark.
At this point someone may be asking, “What does that have to do with the census? I thought that the census was for counting the number of people for the purpose of apportioning representatives to the Congress of the United States?”
First of all we have to set aside our false pride and admit that we have been lied to and deceived our entire lives.
Let’s go back to the beginning and look at the wording in the Constitution for the United States of America. In Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3 we find that “Representative and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers… The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of 10 years, in such manner as they shall by a Law direct.” We should be very careful to understand that words have meanings, and this is especially important to grasp when considering that there are many men and women out there who wish to deceive us and steal that which is rightfully ours. Notice that the Constitution for the United States of America uses the term enumeration. It does not use the term “census”. There is a good reason for using the word census rather than the word enumeration.
But before we look at that, let us consider something in the Constitution that very few people have ever read, let alone thought about. Let’s take a look at Article 1, Section 4, Clause 2. It reads, “The Congress shall assemble at least once in every Year, and such Meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by Law appoint a different Day.” Now, it is important to realize that this particular clause was never repealed. Some might say, well it was replaced by the 20th amendment. The problem with that comment is that the 20th amendment did not repeal Article 1, Section 4, Clause 2. It merely added an amendment that reads, in pertinent part, “The Congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and such meeting shall begin at noon on the third day of January, unless they shall by Law appoint a different day.” The 20th amendment was adopted February 6, 1933. That year, 1933, should be familiar to most knowledgeable Americans, because that was the year that Congress declared the United States to be bankrupt. It should be obvious when Article 1, Section 4, Clause 2 states that Congress shall meet in December, and the 20th amendment states that Congress shall meet in January, that we are talking about two very distinct, different congresses. The first Congress is the Congress of our constitutional republic, and the second Congress is the Congress of the bankrupt business Corporation named United States.
Now let’s go back and consider the definitions of the terms enumeration and census. Let’s look up the word enumeration in Noah Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language. Enumeration is defined as, “1. The act of counting or telling a number, by naming each particular. 2. An account of a number of things, in which mention is made of every particular article.”
Now let’s look at the definition of the word census, and let us use a legal dictionary, specifically, Blacks Law dictionary. Black’s Law Dictionary is the official dictionary of the Esquires, that is the attorneys, who owe their allegiance to the crown of England. Go to your local law library and pull out the Blacks Law Dictionary, sixth edition or earlier. The seventh edition, which came out in 1999, is a one-world government edition, but in prior editions, if you go to the very last page, what you will find is a listing of the Regnal years of the kings of England. One would expect to find, if anything, a listing of the Presidents of the United States in an American law dictionary, however, that was not the case. The crowned heads of England were listed on the very last page, and the Presidents of the United States were not listed at all.
The definition of census I have in front of me is the definition of census from every Blacks Law Dictionary that has been printed, starting with the first edition in 1891, up to the present edition in 2004. Keep in mind that the enumeration is defined as the act of counting or telling a number. In Black’s first edition, 1891, census is defined as “the official counting or enumeration of people of the state, nation, with statistics of wealth, commerce, education, etc.” Did you catch that not-so-subtle difference between an enumeration and a census - that the definition of census includes the collecting of specific statistics? The second definition is this: “In Roman law, a numbering or an enrollment of the people, with a valuation of their fortunes…” And the third definition of census in Blacks first edition is, “In old European law, a tax, or tribute; a toll.”
We also find the following definition for the term Census regalis: “In English law, the annual revenue or income of the crown.”
Now let’s look at the definition in Blacks eighth edition, printed in 2004. “Census: The official counting of people to compile social and economic data for the political subdivision to which the people belong.” Federal census is defined as, “a census of a state or territory, or a portion of either, taken by the Census Bureau of the United States. The Constitution (article 1, section 2) requires only a simple count of persons for purposes of apportioning congressional representation among the states. Under Congress’s direction, however, the census has evolved to include a wide variety of information that is useful to businesses, historians, and others not affiliated with the federal government.”
Now let’s consider what we have found. First of all, there are two different congresses referred to in the present United States Constitution which includes the 20th amendment to the United States Constitution, which itself is a different Constitution than the Constitution for our original republic, which was the Constitution for the United States of America. Instead of having a constitutional enumeration of the population for the purpose of apportioning representatives among the states, we now find ourselves faced with what is actually an appraisal of the property that is claimed to be owned by, or hypothecated to, or pledged to, the bankrupt corporation known as the United States, the entire wealth of which is owed to the international bankers on the debt that the bankers created out of thin air. We are under Roman law. The census is an appraisal, or evaluation of the wealth of those of us who are slaves on the corporate plantation.
Anyone who doubts that the census has to do with the valuation, appraisal, and taxing of property only has to go up to the website of the Census Bureau, at www.census.gov/about us. There you will find that the mission statement of the Census Bureau is as follows: “The Census Bureau serves as the leading source of quality data about the nation’s people and economy. We honor privacy, protect confidentiality, share our expertise globally, and conduct our work openly. We are guided on this mission by our strong and capable workforce, our readiness to innovate, and our abiding commitment to our customers.”
One will also find that the Census Bureau does not claim the Constitution of the United States of America as its authority to act. The Census Bureau claims that, “The United States Census Bureau operates under title 13 and title 26, of the U.S. Code.” Many people are painfully aware that title 26 of the United States code is the Internal Revenue Code.
So, as Paul Harvey would say, now you know the rest of the story. The census is not an enumeration of the people for the purpose of apportioning representatives to Congress. The purpose is to appraise or put a value on the property that we, in our ignorance, think we own, but is actually claimed by international bankers.