Tomeczek was a citizen of Hungary between 31 July, 2008 and 7 November, 2011. Between 7 November, 2011 and 22 December, 2011 he was a citizen of Poland. Since 22 December, 2011 he was once again a Hungarian citizen and stayed until his death.
Tomeczek was born on 31 July, 2008. In approximately October the same year, he died. He was revived in January, 2011. He became a Polish citizen on 7 November, 2011. He regained his original Hungarian citizenship on 22 December, 2011.
He is the editor of the newspaper Pesti Harsona.
Since January, 2011 he has been a member of the Szövetség egy Erős Magyarországért political party. On 17 March, 2011 he was elected Vice President by the party assembly of SzEM. On 25 April, 2011 he was elected Congress member in Oltenia region, Hungary. On 17 August, 2011 he was elected Vice President by the party assembly of SzEM for the second time. On 15 October, 2011 he was elected President of SzEM with 37 out of 42 total votes (88.10%). On 6 November, 2011 he became vMoFA of Hungary in the government led by . On 7 November, 2011 he stepped down from the office of party president and cancelled his party membership.
In November, 2011 he became a member of the Emigráns Magyarok Szövetsége political party. On 22 December, 2011 he resigned from the party and gained Hungarian citizenship. Subsequently he joined the Magyar Katonák Szövetsége political party. On 25 December, 2011 he was elected Congress member in Western Transdanubia region, Hungary. In January, 2012 he was a MoFA team member in the government led by . In February, he became vMoFA in the government of Gewru ( ), which position he retained after the resignation of the CP and the establishing of the new government led by Bosko Balaban.
Some time in early 2012 he re-joined SzEM. On 25 May, 2012 he was elected Congress member in North Calais region, Hungary. In June, 2012 he became vMoFA in the government of Alexandross. His office was suspended after the successful impeachment on 20 June.
In January, 2011 he became a member of the Polish–Hungarian Legion, an international military unit. On 12 April, 2011 he became the commander of the Hungarian branch of the Legion, Lengyel–Magyar Légió.
On 14 October, 2011 he was awarded his first Battle Hero medal for dealing 505,730 influence for the Resistance Force of Spain in the battle for Murcia against Brazil. On 6 December, 2011 he was awarded his first Campaign Hero medal for dealing 1,923,781 influence for Iran in the battle for Ras al-Khaimah against the United Arab Emirates. On 16 December, 2011 he was awarded his first Resistance Hero medal for liberating Little Poland from Bulgarian occupation.