I was suprised by the amount of people that contacted me to help me or wanted more information how to join the Antifascist Web. First thing to know: the 'Antifascist Web' isn't a real-life organisation, they're just these pages on the World Wide Web. So you can't join... This, however doesn't mean you can't support or participate in the Antifascist Fight.
In the links-page there are many real-life organisations listed that fight an antifascist fight. Yes, all these organisations differ in one or more things from other organisations. They might have certain points of view different from yours, but in these times of increased fascist actions, one can't be too critical on your allies.
Instead of reading this text I urge you to get organised 'in real life'. Put your differences aside - don't forget them, discuss them, and learn from each other - and unite on a progressive basis to undertake actions!
Do I think the Internet isn't important then? On the contrary,... but one should realise that only real-life actions can stop extra-exploitation, and the other roads towards fascism. My view on the Internet can be found here.
This doesn't mean that you can't help me,... you can increase the visibility of the Antifascist Web on the Internet by quoting one of the URL's in newsgroups or mailinglists. You can link easily graphically from your personal homepage to the Antifascist web (see here), you can ask others to do so too, or if you're a WWW-site maintainer, you can link from that page,... This might form a nice oppertunity to discuss Antifascism with fellow Internet users.
You can help also by submitting (mailing me) texts to be included in the Antifascist Web.
People are the ones that make the world, we can change the future if we want and try!
But you can't do it alone...