Judas did no fooling, Jesus asked him to play this role, he pulled him aside and compelled him to play the role of betrayer so that the prophesy would be fulfilled. This idea is not unique to nor original in this situation for it is recorded in scripture that Jesus sent his apostles ahead of him to obtain the beast on which he would ride into Jeruselum specifically for the prupose of fulfilling the prophesy concerning him riding in on a mule. Written plain as day and proving Jesus arranged things consciously to fulfill prophesy. Now Judas may have come to mourn having followed Jesus' instructions, not having complete understanding, but Jesus had told him it a weighty role to fill. As God, Judas had the right to end the burden when it became too much for him to carry as believer in the illusion. Judas committed no evil act, for it is all God and therefore all "good". And, as you say, even the demon had it's place in the illusion. But as was planned, all is being revealed, the game is up and Judas is free as well.
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