The man is uncivil and impolitic, rough-hewn enough for leather fringe and dung-crusted boots.
“In this uncivil twilight, we make our own choices, we wear our true faces,” he says.
When it becomes "uncivil" to call out liars, lying becomes free.
1550s, "barbarous," from un- (1) "not" + civil. Meaning "impolite" is 1590s.