Anita Petek-Dimmer
Aegis Schweiz  Germany vax

[Anita Petek-Dimmer was born in 1957 in Bitburg, Germany. She graduated from University with a degree in Social Pedagogy. Anita is married, has 2 children and has been living in Switzerland since 1980. She has been active in education about vaccination for 10 years and founded AEGIS Switzerland in 1996. Since then she has been giving talks and presentations, on average 2 presentations per week, in Switzerland as well as in the rest of the German speaking world. She is the author of the book "All about Vaccination" which is due to be published in English later this year. Anita is editor of the magazine AEGIS IMPULS, the biggest magazine about vaccination in German. (Source )]

Does systematic Vaccination give health to people?------Anita Petek-Dimmer

"Switzerland was affected by a mumps epidemic from Autumn 1999 until Spring 2000. The Swiss Federal Office for Health (BAG) eventually admitted, upon the pressure of the medical profession, that more than 75% of those who contracted Mumps had been fully up to date with their vaccinations29. No further comment is necessary here!"---Anita Petek-Dimmer

"The main fear that is propagandised with regard to rubella is the rubella embryopathy. What we are not told is, for example, that there were 4 cases of RE in Switzerland between 1995 and 2001 of which two women were fully vaccinated against rubella30. The only protection a pregnant woman has from rubella is that she contracted rubella during her childhood. We should therefore offer our girls the chance to contract rubella."---Anita Petek-Dimmer

"A tetanus vaccination cannot possibly protect from the disease since the human organism cannot build up any immunity after contracting the disease (as is the same after HIB, diphtheria or TB). So, if nature hasn’t planned the immunity, how does the vaccine work?  Furthermore, the tetanus vaccination (as is the case with the diphtheria vaccine) is a so-called toxoid vaccine. The killed poison of the tetanus bacilli is injected into the body and meant to protect us. But the human body cannot build up immunity against poisons31. How can the vaccine protect us then? The official statistics of the various countries show us that the vaccine does not protect us. The Robert Koch Institute in Germany admits that 2/3 people who contract tetanus have been fully vaccinated32. The rate in Switzerland was 50% fully vaccinated and still contracted the disease."---Anita Petek-Dimmer

"According to official reports, approximately 80% of adult people would have to be fully vaccinated against diphtheria in order for this disease not to occur as an epidemic. However, in the German speaking areas, less than 25-30% of adults are vaccinated. Why have there been no epidemics? Because diphtheria requires certain socio-economic conditions for it to break out. These are war and poverty. Russia and the Ukraine still experience diphtheria epidemics, despite the fact that more than 90% of people are fully vaccinated (with a Swiss vaccine!)34,35,36. This disease should not exist there, if the vaccine protected."----Anita Petek-Dimmer

"During the 1960s, the WHO organised a field study in India in order to establish the efficacy of the TB vaccine. Two groups took part in this study, each group comprising 375,000 people in the province of Madras. One group was vaccinated against TB; the other group was not vaccinated. After 7 ˝ years, in 1971, this field study was stopped, for “ethical” reasons. The conclusion of the study was: “The efficacy of the TB vaccine is 0%”37. Even though it is impossible to have any worse efficacy (!), it took until March 1998 before vaccination was stopped in Germany, October 1998 in Switzerland and March 2000 in Austria. Why did this news take more than 27 years to reach Europe?
can only explain it this way: The WHO sent someone from Madras in 1971 on a walk to spread the good news of the inefficacy of this vaccine all over the world. As Europe is very far away, the poor man required much time. This walker, by the way, has not reached France yet, the vaccine is still mandated for all new born babies.
    The German speaking countries only stopped to vaccinate their own children. Foreign children are still vaccinated. Presumably this vaccine only works effectively with certain passport colours!"---Anita Petek-Dimmer

"All infectious diseases decreased without vaccinations. Not only did vaccines have no influence over the decrease of the diseases, the contrary is true, they slowed down the downward trend of all diseases. The best example for this is polio. After the majority of people were vaccinated, severe epidemics occurred, such as in 1962 in the German speaking countries, after vaccination had been in full force for 3 years.   Dr Buchwald carefully collected the facts in his book, which prove this fact beyond doubt for all infectious diseases38."----Anita Petek-Dimmer

"Chronic tendencies, such as recurring respiratory infections, often heal after measles. Chronic health problems disappear, such as psoriasis or chronic kidney problems. The children’s hospital in Basle (Switzerland) used to get children with chronic kidney infections to contract measles intentionally in order to heal them, up until the 1960s . Children susceptible to infections are healthier and stronger after contracting measles; the need for medical treatment clearly decreases . Children in the Third World countries are less likely to contract malaria and parasites after measles . The risk to suffer breast cancer decreases to less than half 5. MS is also much lower in people who had measles. Hay fever is more rare in children who have older siblings and had measles than in those who were vaccinated against measles .  A large African study showed that children who have had measles are 50% less at risk from allergies than those vaccinated,. Furthermore it is shown that experiencing measles protects from diseases of the immune system, skin diseases as well as degenerative cartilage, bone and tumourous diseases."----Anita Petek-Dimmer

"On the basis of observations by the Vienna surgeon Professor Schmidt, which took place over decades in his practice 16, studies in the last 100 years have shown consistently that people who experienced childhood diseases accompanied by fever were less likely to suffer from cancer in later life 17, 18,19,20."---Anita Petek-Dimmer