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Members of the Texas Nationalist Movement are an independent lot. Members of the Texas Nationalist Movement are also a social lot.
Welcome to the paradox. It's one that was most recently shown in our Communications Survey taken by our members.
In the aforementioned survey over 70% of our members expressed that they were very interested in meeting other members of TNM.
On the surface it seems pretty obvious. As people that are part of an organization we want to meet others that are on the same path we are on. It gives us support and stability in a world where the major media works to marginalize people like us. It's important.
However, it also told us that most of our members were not aware of the methods available to make those connections.
One of the easiest ways for our members to connect with one another is through the Forums on the website.
Using them is simple.
Step 1. Login to the website.
Step 2. Go to the Members Menu on the right-hand side of the main page that only appears after you log in.
Step 3. Click on Forums. Here is a quick link: http://www.texasnationalist.com/index.php/forums
From here you can browse the various categories and topics and reply to any of the messages. You can even start your own discussion.
My recommendation is to start with posting in the "INTRODUCE YOURSELF" section and let others know who you are.
One final thing. You must be a member of TNM to access the Forums. Membership has privleges. This is one of them.
Come meet and discuss.