Since the fight to remove Labour's former leader is over, and since there is no reason to keep the war against the man going, would you be willing, for once, to actually say what kind of policies you'd LIKE to see Labour stand for?
Do you want Labour to disagree with the Tories at all, or do you really still want-as most of us suspect you want-the party to go back to the Blair era when it didn't disagree with the Tories on any but a few tiny, trivial side issues? When it agreed to endorse the Tory argument that the poor are to blame for their condition and deserve to be morally shamed for it? When it apologized for every opposing Thatcherism at all?
Or, to use a more recent example, to model itself on Thomas Mulcair's NDP and become a party that put the ruling class goal of a balanced budget-a goal which has no practical utility in modern governance and which forces any party pledged to it to impose massive cuts in social benefits if that party does end up forming a government?- above fighting for the powerless and creating a humane, democratic, inclusive alternative to the status quo?
What is your view of the role rank-and-file activists should be allowed to play in policymaking and internal governance within Labour- or, for that matter, within the NDP?
What is your view about what Labour or NDP members should and should not be allowed to say on the Israel/Palestine issue? Do you actually accept that opposition to-or even simply a refusal to actively support and defend- Zionism as ideology, as a(now permanently right-wing and already completed) nationalist is one and the same as antisemitism?
What I'm asking you, here, is to take this discussion out of personalities- since the role of specific people is now irrelevant- and address ideas, policies and strategy.
Are you willing to do that?
Are you willing to finally move past your fixation with a now-FORMER party leader?