His six foot six inches height, his robust built, his „already high” forehead and severe spectacles, his strong voice immediately com-mand respect. And alsó somé protest and dissent. He is the personal acquaintance of at least a quarter of a millión people. When his name is mentioned, one can immediately feel that he is respected, valued, loved – but people find somé “but” to add. Quarrelsinastraw.
In March 1990 the whole world heard about him. During the Black Spring of Târgu Mureş – his book has been translated intő several languages – the organisers of the anti-Hungarian pogrom turnéd him intő the main culprit, the Hungarians defending themselves made him their hero. He had to flee…
Előd Kincses is the head of the most known Transylvanian family – after the Tőkés family -, wtiile in earlier years he was sprint champion of Románia and the Balkans. As a minority Hungárián and def ender of rights, he has since had to taste the loneliness of the long distance runner. Hecantakeit… (Oszkár Füzes, 1996)