József Bíber was born in 1961. He lives in Szolnok, Hungary. His parents were teachers, but now both are retired. He has a 19 years old daughter. He is a hungarian and history teacher. He received his degrees in the College of Eger and from history on the University of Kossuth Lajos in Debrecen.
He began his political career in the national radical party of MIÉP, where after a half year of membership in 2001, he became first the president of the party in Szolnok, then in Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County. On the elections in 2002, he was a candidate for Parliament, for the local government and for the mayor of Szolnok City.
He was dissatisfied with the leaders of MIÉP and became the leading personality of the gathering organized to relieve the president of the party of his office. In February 2003, by a smear-campaign of trumped-up charges he was purged from the party.
In July 2003, he joined Jobbik, The Movement for a Better Hungary, of which party he became the president first of Szolnok City, later of Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County. Between 2004 and 2006 he had the task of organization as the national vice-president of the committee of the party.
He invented the term “gypsy delinquency” and entered it to the media. He took major role in the continuous political expression of abandoning the “positive discrimination” of the gypsies. He took significant part in the demonstrations against the cheap mass-produced good imported from China between 2004 and 2005 as well as in front of the Department of Inner Affairs against the free, legal usage of drugs in 2005.
In the parliamentary elections in 2006 he was a candidate and the same autumn, at the elections for the local government he cooperated with the local leader of the FIDESZ to relieve the left-wing leadership of the city of Szolnok.
25th November, 2006 the general meeting for election of officials of Jobbik had elected him as the national Vice-President of the party. His special fields were the immigration, the politics connected to the minorities and the question of drug usage.
In 2008, with the methods of the secret agency, mainly by terrorizing his family he was forced to resign from his positions in the Jobbik party, which was not for obvious reasons, because at the coming general meeting for elections of officials among the candidates for Vice-Presidency he supposed to gain 79% of the nominations.
At the autumn of 2010, his previous party comrades in the Jobbik asked him to take the major role in the newly formed Hungarian Phoenix Movement, of which he was elected to be the President after its establishment. The main goal of the party is to gain access to the Hungarian Parliament on the national elections of 2014 as well as into the EP as a real, radical, national force. It is reasonable to be optimistic, because the organization of the party is expanding all over the country and as a result of the increase in interest, the number of the members and sympathizers are dynamic in growth.