With Triumph of the Will, The Great Dictator and Dr. Strangelove still misty in the eyes, there is little left but satire to make sense of the new leadership that now confronts America. After sunset on the 4th of July, a farcical rally was held in New Harmony, Indiana (established in 1815, pop 850), a tiny town that has seen three Utopias and the nineteenth century origins of Women’s Rights, Emancipation, and Political Anarchy.The stage is set in front of a log cabin hidden in the Arcadian wilderness of the Midwest. A flagpole made from a crooked tree is out front, and a Pioneer is lowering the Union Jack, flag of the former British Empire. A ringtone of Rule Britannia sounds on the telephone, that wryly morphs into Dixie. The newly minted Queen Brexit I of England is on the line, complaining that she has just lost Europe, Scotland and Northern Ireland and wants her loyal British citizens living in America to hijack the country. The Pioneer is taken aback at the enormity of the job, until she declares that she only wants the return of her thirteen former colonies, not the whole country. The new country, calved off from America, will be called Bringland and Queen Brexit has had a flag designed, symbolizing the consolidation of the thirteen colonies into one undivided nation. A royal messenger delivers a red, white and blue flag. It is crisscrossed with diagonal bars, upon which are thirteen stars representing the unification of thirteen American states, ranging from north to south of the Eastern seaboard.