That was hilariously corny. But it does explain a few things, notably why Itachi did what he did to Sasuke and believed for so long that it was the correct path.
I also don't entirely disagree with the 2nd, I think the idea, the logic, and the intent behind the idea was sound, if not overly cautious, and purely logic based. It seems that the failure came with the communication and the follow through of the idea.
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