Actually I think this was a good chapter. Sure it was more talk no justu, but it was the good kind. This seems like the first chapter in perhaps hundreds to nicely apply any kind of important literary quality. In this case, the quality of humanizing the villain and showing them in a way that any person can understand and relate to. I think this is important in any story of this type because it allows us to see the villainous aspect of ourselves, which we all have. Up until now Kishi had just been making Obito evil for the dumbest reasons, giving him random powerups, and having him easily kill others without a conscience. This made the character dry and boring because he's unrelatable, except to maybe a psychopath with mental health issues. He didn't show any realistic human side of him until now. I'm only surprised because I didn't think Kishi was capable at all of this kind of writing anymore. I wouldn't be surprised if someone else ghost wrote this for him.
And even though the basis of part II doesn't really justify Naruto's position, the manga has been so terrible for so long that we're a long way away from that kind of wishful thinking. There pretty much isn't any way to save this manga anymore, so we just have be to able to appreciate whatever good things come out of this story before the end.