A Noumenon BTT. I’d cut Nietzsche a little slack, myself. When he was sane, he saw Europe rejecting God and called it like he saw it. After that, not so good - he went from fantasizing Superman to screaming in a mental institution.
I think that you’re correct about Nietzsche in all the particulars you’ve mentioned. Nietzsche was brlliant, and he did descend into madness. And there’s no denying that he did posess keen insights into the tragic aspects of human nature. His efforts to construct a heroic and transcendent view of human nature were ultimately hijacked by the worst Europe had to offer. With the outcomes we know well.
I’ve read most of his works. Some of it made sense, some of it didn’t.