Dear Huan Yi,
Nietzsche is different. Can't blame him for his admirers any more than you can blame dogs for theirs; and I've always meant to read more of him. I think Yeats probably spent some time reading him, especially when I go back to the Byzantium poems.
What do you think about the re-reading of Nietzsche? And Martin Heidegger as well, for that matter, who is probably even more to the point, since he actually personally supported Hitler and was a member, if I remember correctly, of the Nazi Party and yet managed to influence Paul Tillich and Jean Paul Sartre as well, and seems to have been greatly influenced by Kierkegaard.
I notice that we seem to be talking about some very odd figures in these pages recently, who demand to be noticed in more complex ways than the usual straightforwardly good/bad ways of looking at things we tend to be prone to. Hitler, I pretty much feel is a guy who I can't say many nice things about. But some of these other issues on the middle east and on Nietzsche etc., these are pretty confusing at times.