Béla Biszku

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Béla Biszku

Béla Biszku (* 13th of September 1921 in Marok, county Bereg) is a Jewish communist politician and ruthless Bolshevistic mass murderer. He was from 1957 to 1961 Hungarian Minister of the Interior was the main person to suppress the Hungarian revolution and the fighters of 1956. [1] In 1972 he allegedly tried a coup d'etat against János Kádár.

Development

Bela Biszku was born on the 13th of September, 1921 in Marok, county Bereg (now Marokpapi, Komitat Szabolcs-Szatmár). His Jewish parents were farm workers. He visited eight years the elementary school and came afterwards to the locksmith's apprenticeship. He worked at „Philips“ as a locksmith. Already in 1938 he was active in the youth organisation of the metalworkers in the working-class area of Angyalföld in Budapest. In 1943 became Biszku member of the metalworker's trade union and agitated energetically for his association.

In 1944 he entered the communist party and was the organizer of the armed opposition of the workers in Angyalföld. After 1945 he played a role in the organisation of the police, however, later concentrated more and more upon party work in Budapest. In 1946 he got a post in the Budapest party committee whose member he became in 1949. In 1951 he rose to the secretary of the Hungarian Labor Party in the district of Angyalföld. In October / November, 1956 organised Biszku communists loyal to the bolshevistic terror system against the freedom-fighters. For his merits around the communist party during the revolution in 1956 a medallion was lent him in April, 1958. One of his most important accomplices in his revenge against Hungarians was his co-jew and co-Bolshevist friend Ervin Hollós (born:Holzschlag).

Although Béla Biszku had remained till 1956 in the background of the party political life, he experienced after 1956 a precipitous rise. In February, 1957 he was chosen Minister of the Interior and in the same year still at the same time in the Politburo and central committee. Since that time he has been confirmed over and over again in the office. From 1958 to 1971 he was also a member of the National Assembly.

By his activity became many people who had been active in 1956 against bolsheviks executed or were punished with long imprisonments and their relatives had serious disadvantages in everyday life.

In September, 1961 he was released from his post as a Minister of the Interior and appointed him one of the deputy Prime Ministers of the government. To his duties still belonged the control of the internal security and the armed forces. In November, 1962 Biszku retired from his office and became a secretary of the Central committee.

Béla Biszku led travelling government delegations as a leader of party several times abroad.

Since his move in the party leadership with takeover of the responsibility for organisation of the "cadres" Biszku became one of the most important party officials of the middle generation and for long time the "number 2" of the regime. His personal connection to János Kádár started at the time before 1956. Biszku which also speaks Russian and had rather good relations with the Soviet communist party.

Unexpectedly Béla Biszku was substituted in April, 1978 on his post as a secretary of the communist party by Karoly Nemeth. With this opportunity the party appreciated his merits as a leading bolshevist and gave him the order of the national republic Hungary. This showed that he was not fallen in favour, but rather health considerations caused to release him from his office. He also remained a member of the Politburo.

Up to the present day he shows no regret for his terroristic behaviour and actions and enjoys a high pension in a luxury house.

Punishment

13. May, 2014 Biszku was condemned to 5 1/2 years punishment. [2][3] The accusation included the killing of 3 persons on 6. December 1956 at the West Railway station in Budapest by Hungarian police. 2 days later volley-firing in Salgótarján, 46 persons died, among them women and children, also an only 10 years old child. Biszku not only knew about these incidents, but he ordered these as minister of inner cases. He also owned unregistered weapons and ammunition (he loved his job above everything), and he openly denied the sins of Bolshevism. In spite of these facts, the sentence is extremely low.

Biszku lived "after the changes" (1989) in a villa in Buda under his real name for over 20 years and received a luxurious pension for Bolshevists. He was a living, not impeached mass-murderer.

Democratic legal system is extremely harsh against national socialists or Hungarists. A photo in Wehrmacht or Hungarian army uniform is enough to get death or life long punishment. Here volley-firing command, survivors' testimonies, documents and facts resulted in a short confinement of 5 1/2 years.

Family

Béla Biszku is married with Eva Beringer, an officer in the Ministry of Education and the Arts, and has four daughters.

Quotes

We must show, that those are the real communists and patriots, who stand on international platform - that is, he thinks, that patriots are traitors, while bolshevistic mass murderers and traitors are patriots.
I suggest to circulate the idea that masses need the party. Not only the party has to fight for the confidence of the people, but the masses have to require the leadership of the party, because otherwise the can not find their way in their everyday life - with other words, comrade Biszku thinks, that grown up people need the guidance of the party, that is led by criminal analphabets like himself.

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