An anonymous commentator pointed me to Sarah's website and claimed the following block of text was from it:
"My family roots are all ‘green’. I come from a line of 10 generations of ‘wise women’, who used ‘the olde ways’ in their lives, work and home life. I follow suit. I grow my fruit, veg and herbs as well as botanicals, I make organic herbal medicines from tried-and-tested family recipes dating back centuries. I also make organic cosmeceuticals and natural jewelery and offer community spiritual advice on a regular basis."
On a related note, Sarah is currently being hosted by the People's Republic of South Devon in the role of "Eco-Agony Aunt". I took the opportunity to put to her some of my reservations about Green Party policy with the following question:
I look forward to hearing her answer.
thank you for taking the time to answer people’s environmental question. My question is this: As a Green Party member and a scientist who practices vivisection I am dismayed by the conflict between the party’s evidence-based environmental and sustainability policies, their ideological opposition to vivisection and their endorsement of new age quackery in the form of complimentary and alternative medicine. How are we to convince people of the righteousness of our political cause and attract broad public support when the party conducts itself with just as much hypocrisy as the grey parties?
Doctor Punk Science
Sarah's website appears to have been deleted. I wonder why? Personally, I hope its because she's read this.