>And it always does.
Not at all, most arguments in which someone brings up the subjects foibles and past mistakes, those things do not in fact have any bearing on the argument whatsoever. Nietzsche's or anyone's work being used wrongly and misinterpreted wildly by jews and subversives after their death is not on them.
>Ironically your attempts to prove him to be not weak only demonstrate Nietzsche's weakness when viewed from a perspective of classical Aryan ideals.
Nietzsche was writing for gods among men, the only people capable of understanding his works in full. He was not writing for your average moron nihilist, nor the jews he criticized and despised in spades, yet, rightly, praised for being victorious over the Aryans of Europe. He respected their ingenuity in accomplishing what they had, as one should should respect an enemy. He provided, for those who would recognize it and seek to reverse the change the jews had wrought, how to do that, nobody truly listened or seemed capable of listening, until Hitler and his most trusted and capable compatriots. Even they did not listen completely, as well as they understood his thoughts and foresight(with which he was blessed and cursed, by Odhinn), they did not take all the necessary steps nor did they have the level of ruthlessness necessary to do so anyway, and as such, they were fated to lose.
On the subject of his "weakness", since you are so obsessed with it, the man was a talented Cavalry rider, which requires a goodly amount of strength and will to do properly. He was injured while jumping into his saddle and that's why he completed his studies. It's almost as if fate decreed he not go on to an illustrious career as a Cavlaryman because his mind was too important and his future writings would be of great use to our race. So he was by no means a weak man at all and was apparently quite adept at one of the most Aryan classes of warfare there is, Horsemanship/Cavalry.
Nietzsche shits all over psychoanalysis and Psychologists, throughout many of his works. He has nothing to do with Psychoanalysis, except in criticism, and would quite literally be laughing at you for the accusation. Again, jews like Freud, using his works for their own purposes is not his responsibility, he was not writing for them, they took what was his, and like they try to do with all beneficial and truthful things, twist them to corrupt and obfuscate the truth so that they may turn what is mighty into what is weak, truth into falsehood, etc. etc..
He viewed base anti-semitism, mostly that driven by christianity, as flawed, and he was correct, even today most anti-semites focus on the jews as the only problem, when it is beyond clear the problem is multi-faceted and not so simple as killing all the jews, which is ironic as most anti-semites are blind to the jews among them, thanks to christianity. That explains his disdain for his sisters husband and some for his sister in general. They didn't and many today don't, see or care WHY the jews had won, and why simply expulsing them and barring them entry with ineffectual laws wouldn't work, they simply hated jews for being jews, and for killing a figure, I suspect he thought was a fiction, not for what they did to europe, not for their destruction of Our Race's Natural Values and Morality, but mostly for their killing of a fellow jew.
I can find no evidence he hated himself, or his people, especially considering he took up a position as a medical orderly in war for prussia after denouncing his citizenship. He denounced his citizenship, to set himself apart from the German culture of the day, which he disliked for a myriad of reasons he elucidates himself throughout his works, and to attempt to underscore his greater yearning for a true Pan-European union, aka uniting the disparate Aryans to collectivize for their own interests, which would include opposing jews by necessity.
Thomas Dalton wrote an essay debunking the philo-semite claims about Nietzsche, here it is, once again.
>The final redpill is that Nietzsche himself was a crypto-Christian. He was deeply mentally ill, and this culminated in believing that he himself was a 1st century Jewish carpenter.
beyond the fact of this being simply perposterous, he despised christianity with a passion few match, let alone exceed, today, using the symptoms of his descent into madness due to brain cancer against him, is just plainly ridiculous.