Monday, October 20, 2014
Sasuke wants to change Naruto 697 the world and bring people together via a common theme. Hatred simply isn't the right thing to use. Sasuke lacks wisdom because he's inexperienced and because his view of the world is biased. He doesn't lack intelligence, because if he did, he wouldn't be able to recognize all the issues and wouldn't have came to the conclusions he did. His problem is he lacks the wisdom to see that his way is doomed to fail, and he lacks the human interaction (with normal humans anyway) to know how people actually operate.
He is certainly lonely, but you mis-characterizing his loneliness. Sasuke's severing of his past bonds did in fact make him stronger...for a time. Without his past bonds Sasuke had nothing holding him back. Ironically, if he didn't love his brother so much, he'd have never advanced his eye powers.
Sasuke's breaking of bonds didn't make him weaker physically or mentally, it make him weaker spiritually. Sasuke hasn't been able to experience the kindness of humans, and thus he's lost faith in humanity. Whereas Naruto is forever the optimist and has too much faith because he's been rewarded so well, Sasuke has no faith because all he knows is pain and suffering. The issue is, he's done this by his own choosing, and he's simply to stubborn to realize this.
I don't so much think it's his status as a Avenger, but the fact that Sasuke wants to make a difference. Sasuke doesn't see himself as Avenger anymore, he seems himself as a revolutionary. And reason is because he has power beyond measure, and he thinks he knows the answers to all the worlds problems like any 17 year old.
Sasuke is searching for purpose, and instead of starting small like a normal person would, he's going for it all because he has the power that would allow him to.
Sasuke's goals have evolved in scale not just in who and what he is targeting. He went from killing one man, to killing several, to destroying a village to now changing the world. This is tied into his arrogance.