Congrats on reading a wikipedia synopsis on Nietzsche, Captious! If you weren't a pretentious fagmunch you might know that, in English, we have a word "resentment," which means the exact same thing as the French word and that Nietzsche only used the French term because he had a boner for France and no equivalent German word. But I'm glad to know you're a well-read man of the internet.
Anyway here's a dandy from your hero:
"Hospitality. -- The meaning of the usages of hospitality is the paralysing of enmity in the stranger. Where the stranger is no longer felt to be first and foremost an enemy, hospitality decreases; it flourishes as long as its evil presupposition flourishes."
There is no difference between discourse and the essence of war. Their aim is to destroy, not denounce, the adversary. -- some guy who wasn't Nietzsche
Thus, ANUS does the right thing by telling it how they see it. How can one politely destroy one's enemy? Via poisonous, underhanded methods fitting of a weakened caste, resentful of the status of the proles! And thus you fall into the same trap of ressentiment you so desire to escape. Quelle horreur!
How ironic! The only thing absurd in this thread is your own insistence on relativism.
Reality is subjective, anyone with an ounce of philosophical understanding (i.e. not your starry-eyed Romantics or metaphysical Traditionalists) appreciates this. I'd advise you to spend some time reading philosophy rather than fiction, although one could do much worse than Shelley. The problem is that people look to their starry-eyed British Romantics as purveyors of a profound truth and read literary devices as some key to a cosmic order instead of as an individual's subjective view of the world. But what do Romantifags know about the world? C'est la fin des haricots! Thanks, Google!