It's clear in your post, in the way you write, that you're frustrated. A frustrated writing style lacks objectivity, and on a site where we expect answers to be backed with facts, references, and specific expertise, it's absolutely paramount that questions set the right objective tone so that these subjective questions can get the best answers that will be helpful to future visitors.
This post in it's current form really isn't a good example of a good, Stack Exchange question; it's not objective. It's also full of meta-commentary, displayed in large, bold-faced font. Those edits should go in comments instead. In short, your question should ideally look like something that will last for years to come, be well-written, and help future visitors.
To possibly get a post like this reopened, focus instead on cutting out details that aren't completely important to understanding the context. Instead, explain the facts in a clear, objective manner, without emotion, dramatics, and what may appear to others as over-exaggerations. I suggest removing anything that may make it seem like you might be exaggerating.
In my experience, when telling someone that you think a colleague isn't pulling his weight, if you sound "breathless" while explaining it, chances are, the person you're reporting to will take it as a rant and won't take it very seriously, same as our community has done.
Now, I'm not saying this is a rant, but after reading it, it does have a feel like someone blowing off a little steam. Editing the post to present the problem in a more calm, organized manner will not only make the post more valuable, but also address the concerns of the close voters (and any other future close voters; thereby, preventing it from being closed again after being reopened).
With that said, the post also appears to be a duplicate of another post you created in January, Delegation tasks by stewardship to someone who is reactive. I'm not sure I can tell you how to solve this problem until the other problems have been fixed.
My suggestion is to start with some edits to make it appear more objective. Leave out dramatic words and phrases and focus on the facts and behavior. Afterwards, it will become more clear whether or not we can reopen the post. Keep in mind that, if you need more help with your edits, there are a few folks who hang out in the Water Cooler Chat Room who are good at these types of edits. Hope this helps! :)