It would really help you if your come out of your delusion of being a sotapanna. Being a Sotapanna means having been there and done that, it is realised at the very culmination of Vipassana practise after a series of nanas. To debunk teachers such as Mahasi Sayadaw/ Sayaji U Ba Khin / Goenkaji is sad. These are people who devoted their life to Vipassana and dhamma and need to be thanked with all the metta one has for having spread the dhamma so far and wide in last 50 years or so.
As a sotapanna a person is supposed to be part of teachings themselves and should know that what matters most is mindfulness - establishment of awareness - satipatthana along with samadhi and sila. While you seem to be repudiating real wisdom as well as importance of samadhi.
As far as presence of ariyas in the teachings is concerned you have several :
1. anagam Saya Thet gyi (1873 -1945) - supposed to be an anagami and devoted his entire life in spreading Vipassana in Burma - he was teacher of Sayaji U BA Khin
2. Dr. Om Prakash - http://www.vridhamma.org/en1998-11
3. Angarika Sri Munindra (1915-2003)
4. Dipa Ma (1911-1989) Supposed to be an anagami with siddhis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dipa_Ma
These are just some of the names, am sure that there are several others who have not disclosed their attainments.
Today in Indian alone in several prisons Vipassana (in the tradition of Sayaji U Ba Khin/ Goenkaji) is being taught and similar results are happening. There are cases where after practising vipassana hard core criminals have confessed their crimes and have even gone and tried to help the victims familes. Please understand these things dont happen with superficial wisdom but real change of heart which vipassana at its core leads to.
One who has not realised this has not developed the 'eye of dhamma' and by corollary is not a sotapanna.