And being law-abiding, in defense of true law he was prepared to slay the chief of state, perverter
of Germany's laws and the laws of man's nature.
We recognize, although Eve does not, that Satan is a perverter
of "reason" and "truth," thus it is possible to hear in the ringing of his words a suggestion of "treason" and "ruth": a temporary chiastic deformation producing a perverted rhyming pair, but nevertheless a highly appropriate echoing for this scene of betrayal and eventual remorse.
To add insult to injury, those opportunistic entrepreneurs market their gadgets as safety precautions while the shameless lawyers present themselves as diligent officers of the court rather than perverters
of the course of justice.
war is not with Islam but with the perverters
of Islam; and thereby avoiding the messy implications that even authentic religious convictions sometimes lead to abhorrent behavior.