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Amsterdam, 1996, meeting in the Drugs Peace House

We are a loosely organized group of friends, all users of mind-altering substances, trying to make sense of the experience while at the same time analysing the reasons for their prohibition and participating of endeavors to soften its impact and to bring it to an end in the long run.

At irregular intervals we organize actions to further our goals. Over the past two years we have prepared to undertake different events to highlight and defend the use of marihuana and peyote, and to denounce the United Nations' responsibility for the wave of genocide of drugs users spreading over Asia.

We operate under the name of "Drugs Peace", a term we coined in 1994, but the idea of which had already been expressed in 1972 in a Request to the UN by the Batéké chief of Nsa from the People’s Republic of Congo.