people could legitimately argue "you let that profit making company knowingly use your trademark for 0 dollars, so charging us more would be illegal"
I'd be interested in reading a citation supporting your theory that granting a nonexclusive license for qualifying noncommercial uses will weaken a trademark.
Alas, WW2 doesn't seem to have been about religion
Six million people killed for practicing Judaism, as well as members of the Christian Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses sent to the camps for their pacifism, would disagree with you.
public transport can be affordable, on-demand and weather-resistant.
Can be but isn't in practice. Fort Wayne's bus system isn't quite "on-demand" because it has at least one 36-hour downtime each week: from Saturday evening through early Monday morning.
Since I live in a city with decent mass transit, I don't own a car in the present, nor do I especially want or need to.
Until your employer happens to relocate you to a city whose buses don't run at all on Saturday evenings, Sundays, or six major holidays.