It is 500 years from now, and a cryogenically-preserved Greg Sheridan has just regurgitated, in a cryogenically preserved Australian (still owned by a cryogenically-preserved Rupert Murdoch), yet another of his diatribes on the cryogenically-preserved Australian Labor Party's Palestine/Israel policy:
"To call for the immediate diplomatic recognition of a Palestinian state is unrealistic, unhelpful, irresponsible and an example of the poisonous ideological extremism spreading through Western politics on the left and right like a spilt ink bottle spreads over a thirsty blotter." (ALP's Palestinian change wrong; bad politics, too, The Australian, 4/7/17)
His cryogenically-preserved readership, of course, will have no problem with his simile. As for the rest...