Dude, nice analysis! You're way too smart to be posting on wrestling forums.As Evolution said, it was clear that Triple H was supposed to be the figure sympathized with by the audience. It's why JR hesitated for so long to leave, why the camera kept lingering on Triple H's sad countenance, why names like Cena and Punk and Orton were nowhere to be found.
This is going somewhere, though.
I'd like to think it'll be better and more satisfying than The Powers That Be or They or the oldie-but-goodie The Higher Power or the most recent big one, The Bigger Picture, but I don't want to give creative too much credit ahead of time--that's a perilous course, as history has displayed. However, there is certainly soWme kind of game plan here. I'd like to see Stephanie be the one who's manipulating everything, as it would circle the entire angle back to around Summerslam time. Stephanie can say that she was underwhelmed by Triple H's efforts to keep Punk in check and avenge Punk's insults toward her and by extension him. Play the Lady Macbeth character we all know she can, and lead Trips slowly to the Dark Side by Survivor Series time. It would supply the much needed motivation for Triple H's heel turn. And Punk needs it because without the angle circling back to him, a lot of this is sort of for naught.