I love your use of the word "perversed", which I don't think is even the correct term but it does follow the same patterns of perverse, pervert, and perverted.<quoted text> he wasnt perversed in the law as we are ... we was a religion fananctic thinking religion was going to save the peole from bondage..it does all work ou that way...and of course the spl...would call it a cult being the are owned by fake european jews who claim to be us ...lmao..so we donot put anything pass them ...dr. york was a really confuse men listening to the ruropean stories about draconians, and human flesh eaters and reptilians...its sad though we pray for the brother that he heal his mental game ..he lost track with frustration instaed of falling back and lettingus new moors train him in th law of the land ..we have no problems at all ...nationality and birthright is everything on our continent of america
per·verse [ pər vúrss ]
1. inexplicably irrational: contrary to what is regarded as normal or reasonable, often for reasons that seem unaccountable or self-defeating
"There's a kind of perverse logic that argues that only working longer and harder can get you more free time."
2. stubbornly unreasonable: deliberately and doggedly behaving in a way that seems contrary to good sense or your own best interests
He knew he was being perverse, but he still refused point blank to accept the offered help.
Same as perverted (sense 2)
4. cranky: cranky or peevish
[14th century. Via French< Latin perversus, past participle of pervertere (see pervert)]