The proof of the pudding is in the eating -- if following the program leads to a proof of RH, then ipso facto it is a worthwhile strategy. If it doesn't lead to the RH but does leads to other interesting things, it can reasonably be said to be worthwhile anyway. If it leads nowhere, then it wasn't worthwhile.
Which of those are the case nobody can say until it's actually been tried.
What kind of answer were you expecting? Anyone who can answer either of
- Yes, this will lead to a proof of RH.
- No, there cannot exist any proof of RH that uses these ideas even as an informal source of intuition; it's certain to be useless.
should be out there winning an Abel prize for themselves, not doodling about on MSE.