So, what is to come from this talk? I'm not sure why Naruto is talking to Nagato but there has to be some kind of conclusion...
So there are two different options that are mutually exclusive to another.
- Obviously, option one must be Naruto and Nagato end in conflict. Naruto and Nagato envision two different concepts of peace. Naruto wants to achieve peace by forgiving all villages for their former mistakes as long as they also have peace as their ultimate goal. (If they oppose peace they must clearly be eliminated.)
- Nagato on the other hand would have justice as his main goal. As an act of justice he would destroy all villages that attacked his village and for ever punish people who make mistakes. This conflicts with peace but justice is one of Nagato's main beliefs.
Naruto would want to discard justice and forgive everyone. Nagato on the other hand would want to enfore justice upon everyone, only leaving those free of sins, excluding himself. Nagato and Naruto would have to fight to death.
- Naruto has recognized the issue with Nagato's views on peace. To create peace, one must give up on constant justice. Because of the "chain of hatred" he repeatably speaks of. If one village commits a crime the affected village will react as an act of "justice." The logical consequence that Naruto has recognized is that he must give up on revenge and justice for Jiraya and only desire peace.
If Naruto can explain this to Nagato and Nagato accepts this as true and a sincere way to peace then they may actually become allies. They share "Peace" as their ultimate goal and Nagato might rethink his misconception for Naruto's views if he recognizes them as true
I want to make you guys consider one thing.
Notice that the sage says: "THEY" Maybe it's the power of both combined which would support the second scenario.