When I was a child, I had new beginnings, just like any other children. I was born in Oullins (France) and I had partially grown in both France and Republic of the Congo. When I moved to the Congo, things were also great for the first time and I was always hopeful. But...when I was four, I was sexually molested by my one of my biological mother's youngest sisters and my biological mother abused me emotionally , mentally and sometimes physically. The only person who I could count on was my father. In my dad's family, there were some of his cousins who called me "down syndrome" and "Retarded prick". They rejected me and called me the "unwanted". When my father divorced my biological mother, I was happy because she was never a mother to me. When my dad married again, I was happy for my current mother and I decided to shun my biological mother out of my life, until the day she will pass away. That's something I still hold on to, until now. I have experienced good times in my childhood traveling abroad, learning other cultures and at the age of 11, I began to think about what I would like to do in my life. When I was a teenager, I was obedient to my parents and I was doing the best I could do to get good results.
As an adult, I am now a grown man and I take responsibility for my life . I have goals and dream, which I would like to achieve so that when I look back in my life, I can see victory everywhere. I stopped being a Christian 1,5 year ago because of my personal pains and also because Christian rules and "principles" are against my reasoning, my world view and the use of common sense. That's why I stopped believing and I am now concentrating on learning about evolution.
About Balthazar Rodrigue
Causes Balthazar Rodrigue Nzomono-Balenda Supports
Fight against poverty, justice, freedom of expression, secularism, nationalism, conservatism, Tea Party, fight against Islamism, protectionism.