No, moron, you didn't ask a question, you made an obscure statement implying that 'it would be interesting to learn' something. That does not warrant an answer.
rather than answer a very simple question as to where and when you met Raab, as you claimed, then evidently you haven't or you would be able to respond with the answer immediately.
You still haven't asked a question, you've referred to a statement, however there is a poorly worded implied question in it, that question being, where and when did I meet Raab.
You've ill-advisedly and incorrectly called me a liar by saying "evidently you haven't or you would be able to respond with the answer immediately."
First of all, I could have answered and made anything up, and you would have no way of verifying the authenticity of my statement. I could say anything from :
"I met him in the public toilet behind Weybridge Green at 0100 last Friday"
"We are both on the committee at St. Georges Hill Club". (Way out of your league by the way.)
Therefore, it's an utterly pointless question.
The bottom line is that I don't give a toss whether you believe me or not, and secondly, it's none of your effing business. Therefore I am not answering the question.
Moving on before I terminate this :
you also suffered another memory lapse when asked about your nationality on your birth certificate.
Another of your sweeping absurd statements.
I know exactly what it says on my birth certificate. Incidentally it is possible to have more than one such document.
I know what passports and nationalities I hold currently, and have held in the past.
I would point out to you that I could have been born in country A, my nationality at birth could have been B, and I could have acquired or revoked other nationalities.
Place of birth does not equal nationality.
Passport does not equal nationality.
The bottom line is that once again it's none of your effing business, if it were I would conduct private correspondence with you (don't even think about it!), and nor is it something I would place on a public forum.
In brief, grow up, or fcuk off, or both.
P.S. Stalking someone is an offence, and I regard your offensive questions and inappropriate interest in me as stalking.