Well whatever the truth is; one thing is for sure and that's the Labour Party remains locked in the cocoon, that silky envelope spun by Blair and the larvae of many insects that supported him now over a decade ago; still protected - the pupas of New Labour eggs and all.
So here we are in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the 1930s and the Labour Party, or at least it leaders are engaging in a family feud, which really says it all.
What do they say about mud sticking - whether it sticks or not or that David Miliband has been forced to deny plotting against his brother amid the claims of an ongoing feud over the Labour leadership; this clearly demonstrates one thing and one thing only - the Labour Party no longer specks for or promotes or puts before anything else, the interests of ordinary working people. This is now a party more vainly concerned with looks, appearances, personalty and leaders. It has taken on all the trappings now of a real contending capitalist party, which of course it is.
Tomorrow, the current leader Ed Miliband, will attempt to relaunch his leadership by trying to make a speech on welfare reform, as legislation is pushing through the coalition's plans to shake up the benefits system, which will punish the unemployed and disabled - is debated in the Commons.
Since the last Labour government disgracefully started these attacks on the most impoverished and vulnerable, and those susceptible to attack cannot expect Labour to defend them under such circumstances.
The difference between Dave and Ed is a cigarette paper; otherwise, they speak the same language and support the same philosophy and would always do the same thing whosoever was leader.
Just a thought on Sunday afternoon comrades - have a good one!”