14 HE IGNORES ANAKIN'S TRAUMA
13 HE MINDLESSLY FOLLOWS THE JEDI CODE
12 HE DOESN'T UNDERSTAND HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY-- OR HE IGNORES IT
11 HE ASSIGNS ANAKIN TO PROTECT PADMÉ
10 HE SENSES ANAKIN'S PAIN, AND DOESN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT
7 HE DOESN'T REALIZE ANAKIN'S AT BREAKING POINT
4 HE ASSIGNS AHSOKA TO ANAKIN
"Perhaps. But in any case this is why the Jedi Order has descended into decadence and is dragging the Republic down with it. Because the Jedi have lost the allegiance of the Force. Yes, their ability to draw energy from the Force continues, but their ability to use the Force has diminished. Each of their actions engenders an opposite, often unrecognized consequence that elevates those attuned to the dark side; that buoys the efforts of the Sith and increases our power. Yet our use of that power requires delicacy. We must be alert to moments when the light side falters and openings are created. Then, and only then—when all the conditions have been met—can we act without fear of meeting resistance or repercussion." - Darth Plagueis
Yoda's failure to address Anakin Skywalker's personal issues contributed to the fall of the latter. Palpatine was a keen observer and capitalized on Yoda's stupidity to his advantage.
Not just Anakin but scores of other Jedi became disillusioned over time because the Jedi Order:
But while the Republic seemed strong, its institutions had begun to rot. Greedy corporations sought profits above all else and a corrupt Senate did nothing to stop them, until the corporations reduced many planets to raw materials for factories and entire species became subjects for exploitation. Individual Jedi continued to defend the Republic’s citizens and obey the will of the Force, but the Jedi Order to which they answered grew increasingly out of touch. And a new Sith mastermind, Darth Sidious, at last saw a way to restore Sith domination over the galaxy and its inhabitants, and quietly worked to set in motion the revenge of the Sith … - Star Wars: The Old Republic: Revan
Remember, literally up until the point of his death he was demanding that Luke kill Vader. Yet in the end we see that Luke killing Vader would have been the trap that led him to the dark side.
Yoda was basically always a retard.
"The Daemon lied with every breath. It could not help itself but to deceive and dismay, to riddle and ruin. The more we conversed, the closer I drew to one singularly ineluctable fact: I would gain no wisdom here."
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This entire rant assumes that the Jedi took the threat of Sidious and the Sith seriously in the manner it should have been taken which they did not and logically speaking, could not have done.
You as the movie goer have an outside knowledge and the benefit of hindsight in that you can see the fault line or the shatterpoint of what actually went wrong and the one single variable which the whole thing depended on. The Banite grand plan to take over the galaxy in the story.
The Jedi had no knowledge of this plan, and considering how the Sith of old that the Jedi fought behaved, the Jedi expected the new ones to behave in the exact same manner and this is what went wrong. They also did not have the help of the force to actually give them insight into what might be going on behind the scenes and what's more, Sidious never gave them a chance to actually think that deeply about it either in the story. You tell me, you are placed as the leader of the UN peacekeeping armies when the world has collapsed into civil war and you have to act accordingly. Will you fight battles and wars or coordinate and command those that do, or will you try and investigate conspiracy theories about the president of the US being a secret member of Illuminati and you do not even know what the goal of Illuminati is actually?
Quite simply put, Yoda didn't want Kenobi to get involved with Maul when there are scores of outer rim worlds that need to be saved from the separatists and he is their best general. He didn't think that the identity of Sidious was that important as opposed to the war that was hanging over all of them constantly and that he must constantly monitor update and command the war and fight in it too.
They did start taking the threat of Sidious seriously towards the end when they began to get a whiff of perspectives they couldn't have gotten before and by some sensibility from Mace and Obi Wan you get the idea that they had begun catching on. But by that time, it was way too late.
Not saying all the decisions they made were correct, or they couldn't act more smartly, but the benefit of hindsight is actually a massive help for the movie fan or novel reader and now you factor in that the dark side had completely clouded their minds both by Sidious and by the war that was darkening the force. Simply put, by the time they took Sidious and the Sith seriously and understood the grand plan and realized it proved contrary to everything they had assumed about the Sith and their style of fighting and their behaviour, it became too late for them to correct the situation.
most thing revolving around Anakin and Padme yes... but the Empire/Sidious' rise was handled very well, side effect was the ineptitude of the Jedi which is a great angle to go with, the OT made the Jedi seem infallible; incapable of doing any wrong so it was great expansion of the story depicting the reality of the Jedi as a listless corporation that was basically out of touch with the current landscape and thats why they weren't capable of properly detecting or countering the rise of the Sith