This comment by Maria Maclachlan the wife of Alan Henness, a.k.a. Zeno001 on Twitter who is the director of the Nightingale Collaboration, is particularly vile:
"I recommend a homeopathic remedy to you, Sandra. Excrementum caninum. On the principle that like treats like, I presume it treats shit-for-brains syndrome. Try it and let's see if it makes you any more intelligent.
You are one of the nastiest cult-members I've had the misfortune to come across and it's fair to assume that it's because you don't have a rational argument that you continue to behave in this despicable manner.
So far all I have seen you do is harass, abuse and lie about people who tell the truth about homeopathy - the truth being, of course, that it is a pile of steaming crap that unscrupulous quacks promote in order to line their own pockets.
Your stupidity is boundless and it is no surprise that you believe in magic pills. So what do you ultimately hope to achieve, Sandra? If your objective is to demonstrate the rank idiocy and nastiness of followers of cult of homeopathy, then please carry on because it is behaviour like yours that keeps me going."
Posted on Amazon by Guy Chapman on 13 Aug 2012:
"Sandra, you have been caught out. Protesting your innocence in the face of compelling evidence to the contrary does you no favours. As to 'vile', you are the one who set up a page about "enemies of hoemopathy" with pictures, snide remarks, and any criticsal commentary deleted. As usual for a hoemopathist, you can only "win" if you can control the mdeium and the message; in open discussion your ideas are rapidly exposed as intellectually bankrupt." Nobody is fooled.