Your first fallacious point lies in what you say about Sasuke. While it's true Sasuke used Tsukuyomi on Killer Bee, he only broke out of it as Sasuke's Tsukuyomi and Genjutsu in general is inferior to Itachi's. Namely, that Sasuke cannot manipulate time in his, which brings me to my next point, that Sasuke's is not instant. This was something that was attested by Tobi in Sasuke's bout with Danzo. [0
With the above in mind, Itachi's Tsukuyomi is instant, as described on two canonical occasions. [1
] Kakashi also claims that there is no cancelling the effects of it
. This is because Itachi's Tsukuyomi
and I will repeat again for those who cannot comphrenend this simple fact, that it is Itachi's Tsukuyomi
which cannot be broken by normal means, unless you're an Uchiha; something which was proven
when Sasuke broke out of it in their destined battle. Additionally, Kakashi did not survive Tsukuyomi himself; Tsunade healed him. And this was because Itachi went easy on Kakashi, like Kakashi himself stated: "He could have killed me if he wanted to..."
Riddle me this: how can you break a technique that affects you in an instant
? To put the conjecture forward that:
- One must recognize the Genjutsu.
- Then one must cancel it's effects before an instant has occured.
Makes no sense...
Like Kakashi said, it's effects cannot be cancelled. And to break a technique faster than an instant makes absolutely no sense
Thus, to use Sasuke as an example is completely illogical
and fallacious. Though, like I said, cute thread.