There goes another ideological take in Naruto. By that Tobi is claiming that to create the world "one", the only way is to cast a genjutsu. What's genjutsu again? Bingo. Illusion.
Clever play of word Kishimoto - he means: to make the world as one is an illusion.
I'm really looking forward on how Kishimoto (through Naruto's character) will answer the ambitious question of peace.
To sum it up, the chapter plays on the revival of the ten-tails - an entity that Kyuubi claimed, even him would not probably stand a chance against.
I'm sure, plot-wise, the ten-tailed will be revived. That's a hell of an opponent for Naruto (and Sasuke? Hahaha! Kidding!) But I do hope Kakashi will need not die (again) for this. Because seriously! (Kishimoto-sensei, I'm being so polite, please don't dare kill Kakashi. Again.)
I don't like this chapter so much though - on the note that there were several instances of Kakashi-bashing going on. (Alright! Guilty. I'm stretching the term bashing...) One, Tobi said Kakashi opens his mouth too soon always so he led a life full of regrets (when did Kakashi done that?). Two, when Naruto spoke of his heroes, he didn't include Kakashi! (I'm being a brat obviously. Is that because Kakashi will be Sasuke's hero? *blinks*) I WAS KIDDING! I WAS...
AND IT BEGINS!
- at:Next to Kakashi
- is: bitchy
- playing in the brain:Kakashi's theme