Anton Gerashchenko

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Anton Yurievich Gerashchenko

Deputy Ukrainian Interior Minister and Presidential Advisor
Assumed office 
September 2019

Born February 10, 1979
Political party People's Front
Alma mater Kharkiv National University of Economics

Anton Yurievich Gerashchenko (b. February 10, 1979) is the right hand man of the notorious ex-Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov. He was the chairman of the Krasnograd administration, a people's deputy of the Ukrainian parliament, an adviser and deputy head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. He is the author and curator of the Myrotvorets kill list website, euphemistically known as the "Peacemaker hit list", which doxes supposed "enemies of the Ukraine" and targets them for assassination and reprisals.[1] Gerashchenko is one of the Zelensky regime's chief propagandists and disinformation specialists.[2]

Shortly after the November 2016 presidential election, Gerashchenko threatened to add Donald Trump's name to the kill list if President Trump did not follow the American "political elite" party line.

Deputy Interior Minister


In September 2019, members of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine appointed Gerashchenko deputy head of Ukrainian secret police. In this position he became the right hand of gestapo boss Arsen Avakov and coordinated the legislative support of the department's work, cooperation with the Public Council under the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ukrainian parliament, and media representatives.

During the lead-up preparations of the Zelensky regimes planned assault on Donbas,[3] on July 13, 2021 Avakov resigned "at the request of President Volodymyr Zelensky," took his looted millions and fled the country. The new leader of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Denis Monastyrsky, acted as an expert on the reform of the judicial and law enforcement systems recommended by a think tank, Ukrainian Institute for the Future, of which Gerashchenko was a co-founder.[4]

Myrotvorets kill list

In August 2014, Gerashchenko initiated the creation of the Myrotvorets website, which stirred up the world community. Journalists nicknamed it "purgatory." The project is considered "the Internet representation of the Center for research on crimes against the foundations of national security of Ukraine, peace, security of citizens." Initially, the web resource contained personal data of militiamen fighting in the combat conflict zone in Ukraine.

The collection of confidential information of "agents of the Kremlin" and "separatists" is carried out not only from open sources in social networks, but also by illegal means. Hackers break into the software of citizens, send phishing emails to gain access to user logins and passwords. This work, which violates the rights of citizens, is carried out with the support of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) and other agencies.

Gerashchenko called on the public to send personal information of pro-Russian so-called "terrorists" to the site. Employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the SBU, intelligence and border guards use the website to collect information to initiate cases. Already in January 2015, 9 thousand names were collected on the web resource, and in December 2016 - more than 100 thousand. By 2022 the site collected more than 200,000 names, including 327 children. The site lists Sen. Rand Paul, former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Henry Kissinger, filmmaker Oliver Stone, former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder, former French Presidential candidate Eric Zemmour, and Pink Floyd bassist Roger Waters as enemies of Ukraine marked for liquidation. With the murder of Darya Dugina in the Russian capital of Moscow, the U.S.-financed and backed Ukrainian security service has showed its willingness and ability to carry out murder, assassinations, and terrorist attacks, on an international plane outside the borders of Ukraine, against civilian non-combatants.


  1. "Ukraine Tries to Terrify Journalists Who Cover the War", 12 May 2016. “Yekaterina Sergatskova, an anchor at Hromadske TV, felt frustrated: "Now they accuse us of ‘helping the terrorists,’” she told The Daily Beast. “This is a project curated by the SBU and praised by Anton Geraschenko [at the Interior Ministry]” 

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