Was the infinite tsukuyomi really that bad? What could be wrong with a perfect world?
Doesn't matter because there was another plan behind that, so OH WELL.
Would you rather live a happy life living a lie?
Or would you rather live in misery but know the truth.
Welcome to /pol/.
Madara did nothing wrong.
Regardless, those under the infinite gem jutsu still got their wishes granted. It didn't seem so bad.
Even without the events of 40 years ago, I think man would still be a creature that fears the dark. He doesn't face that fear, he averts his eyes from it and acts as if he doesn't have any memories of his past. But, 40 years is both a short time and yet, a long time. Man's fear has withered. And even time itself tries to wither the desire to know the truth. Is it a crime to try and learn the truth? Is it a sin to search for those things which you fear. My purpose in this world is knowledge, and the dissemination of it. And it is I who is to restore the fruits of my labor to the entire world. Fear... It is something vital to us puny creatures. The instant man stop fearing is the instant the species reaches a dead end, only to sink to pitable lows, only to sit and wait apathetically for extinction. Humans who lose the ability to think become creatures whose existance has no value. Wake up! Don't be afraid of knowledge! Think, you humans who are split into two worlds, unless you want the gulf between humans to expand into oblivian, you must think! Signed, Schwarzwald.
So you're willing to become a mindless plant zombie and fight in an interstellar war if you get to have a period of happy dreams?
Is this some sort of reverse Gargantia prequel?