The Inverted trope is also known as the Russian Reversal or the transpositional pun.
Obviously, this is not meant to be a political discussion, but rather a challenge put forth to you— to make your plot unexpected, dynamic, and unpredictable.
While readers seem to like consistency in the characters, they often get bored with a story with a too-predictable ending.
Today’s assignment: Jazz up your plot. Throw in an unexpected twist.
This reversal is similar to antimetabole:
Antimetabole is derived from a Greek word which means “turning about”. It is a literary term or device that involves repeating a phrase in reverse order.
“You like it; it likes you” and “Fair is foul and foul is fair” etc.
“Eat to live, not live to eat.” (Socrates)
“Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” (JFK)
Watch Paris When It Sizzles with Audrey Hepburn.
Paris When It Sizzles trailer
Here is a twist generator to get you started.