Then you should try to avoid making philosophical propositions that specifically hinge upon private information. My own circumstances are extremely private, so I understand your concerns.
I don't see how not revealing my personal details to you somehow invalidates my earlier proposition(s). I said I have a teacher who I serve, yet I feel that ultimately liberation does not require a master as a prerequisite. Your objections to this are incoherent.
I believe ultimately the Dharma is the ultimate teacher. The real core refuge is the Dharma. From this perspective nobody can be vested with infallible authority over doctrine and orthodoxy.
Look... I'm a full-time Buddhist. Most of what I do nowadays revolves around either Buddhadharma or the organized human religion known as Buddhism. This isn't just my spirituality and religion, but my real life and career. I'm not living in the toxic environment of Delhi for no good reason.
Since 2009 I've either been studying, practising or working (translation and administrative work) more or less full-time in some way or another for Buddhism. I am not an armchair intellectual, or at least I don't think so. I think I live and breath Buddhism.
So, as I hope everyone here will understand, everything I have said is said with genuine intent. I'm not some anonymous internet user with no vested interests in the Buddhist movement.
If you want to know who I am and the perspective I am coming from please feel free to read my sites:http://huayanzang.blogspot.com/https://sites.google.com/site/dharmadepository/homehttp://wenyanwen.blogspot.com/http://indrajalapatha.blogspot.com/
My opinions here have been formulated as a result of experience, observation, practice and study. They need to be taken with a grain of salt, of course, but I'd like to think they're not the ramblings of some random internet bloke.