Re: Sasuke is one of the most selfless people.
If you actually read my whole post, you would see that I understand why Sasuke wants to take revenge. And he doesn't need to forgive Konoha - hell, if I were in his place, I wouldn't forgive them either - however, he has the choice of ignoring the village or just punishing the ones responsible for the Uchiha massacre. There is no need to punish a whole village for something that a few arrogant people decided on.
Originally Posted by iSpeak the Truth
Yes, there were also innocent Uchiha murdered, but doing the same to the village won't solve anything, except continuing the circle of revenge. I'm pretty sure we already had a conversation like this before.
The fact that Sasuke ignores Itachi's wish, despite loving him, makes him selfish on that part. Yes, he wants to avenge his brother because he loves him - I understand that. However, going against the specific wish of Itachi, throwing himself in danger, making himself a criminal, and thereby undoing Itachi's plan to let Sasuke survive - that, right there, makes him selfish.
Itachi made himself an outcast, took the burden of killing his entire clan in exchange for letting his brother live. He taunted Sasuke to make sure he got stronger and kept himself alive long enough for Sasuke to kill him, so he could become stronger again and would regarded as a hero by Konoha by killing a S criminal - especially an Akatsuki member. In short he did everything to make sure that in the end Sasuke would be able to live a good life and wouldn't have to live the same life that Itachi had.
By ignoring Itachi's wish and actively throwing himself into danger and going further on the path of crime, he makes it seem as if Itachi's sacrifices weren't important. Sasuke could have stopped his revenge after killing Danzo, hell, he could have requested for the Council members involved in the massacre to be put on a trial and be punished like that. That way he would get his revenge and he would show that not all Uchiha were only after power. That way he would show that in the end he was the better man. He would be regarded as a hero and people would have more respect for the Uchiha then.
I'm not sure whether or not he's still going to pursue the road of revenge, but he isn't selfless. His need for revenge - well, more specifically his wanting to take revenge on the whole village, instead of only the guilty ones, makes him selfish in that aspect.