This interpretation is coherent and makes sense. It makes sense psychologically and rhetorically. I don't care if it's verifiable or not right at this moment. It still makes sense either way. The point is what to do right now with the sense it makes. Usually, I hold such sense in creative tension, and am open to more ideas and new information all the time. In my experience, liars and manipulative people like to give themselves away by bragging about their sins, and they also like to insult us by assuming we're too dumb to notice when they are boasting. (And sometimes they are just sloppy about keeping their secrets.) Although this critical narrative interpretation is cogent, an important question is: Who wins if this narrative is accepted or rejected? And what do they win? I'd like to credit Matt of Quantum of Conscience https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCA3tbHe2O7q0ryWamx696fA
for the idea that whether such narratives (i e. so-called "conspiracy theories") are accepted or rejected, the point is in the heat, controversy and scandal that is generated between opposing camps, and that the enemy of mankind rejoices in the production of such controversy. However, 'truthers' like myself and Matt are not outraged by outrageous lies anymore, because we are accustomed to such horrors; and neither are outraged the naive and inexperienced people who cannot comprehend what this critical narrative interpretation is driving at here. No outrage anywhere. The enemy of mankind loses once again.