Again, when has Obito stated that its out of generosity that he's doing what he's doing? If it's out of generosity or kindness; then I can say its well intentioned. But I doubt there's anything to say that. There is also little revealed by Tobi on the final result of Eternal Tsukiyomi to say it's well intentioned.Okay seriously, what?
Why do you think Obito is doing this? Did you miss the whole reason of his flashback chapters?
Did you just look at the pictures and didn't read at all? Wait, one of the chapters was pictures only so that can't have been the case.
In any case I am at loss as to how the concept of a Well-Intentioned Extremist escapes you in such an epic way.
If Obito was so convinced by the goodness of such a new world, why has he been so quiet about it? Why not share the dream if he really wanted to help others. Why pick a fight with the kages instead?
It looks to me that you're the one imposing his emotions on Obito. After all, I'm the one who's looking for more understanding on the character. I've stated what I would want of him. But you're the one who's now stating what he would do or act.Tell me something if Rin came back to live right now, do you think Obito would stop doing what he is doing?
If Rin had died in a better world, a much better world, do you think Obito would be doing what he is doing?
If you think yes, you are failing. Horribly.
You seem to make a lot of assumptions about others. I doubt you know that much about me.
You aren't. You are curious at to what you would feel. You will then reason out Obito's feelings based on yours, which would fail because Obito and you are different people.
Yes you did. I just quoted the statement.I didn't.
To impose one's is to try to force one's feelings unto another. I doubt I've done that. If I did I wouldn't be curious as to why he's acting the way he is and asking for more development in regards to his past with Rin or his background.But you have. As has been pointed out several times already, you are putting too much emphasis on what you feel as opposed to what Obito feels. You try to impose your feelings on him in an attempt to understand which is doomed to fail form the beginning because you aren't Obito.