Perry---I can't answer this because there is no god.
You just got through accusing this God you claim doesn't exist of all sorts of evil things. Does that seem rational to you? But that is besides the point.
Belief in God, or belief in no god is irrelevent to the question I posed. If God exists, he either judges evil or he becomes evil for enabling it from his lack of judgment. That is the conclusion I came to. I haven't found any argument to refute it yet.
Not trying to be argumentative here. And yes, Christians love Jesus example of how to live:
Jesus spent time with little kids and rebuked his closest disciples that hindered them. He healed the blind. He noticed a little widow woman who gave just two pennies to God.... and said she gave the most because it was out of her need and not surplus. He spent time with publicans, prostitutes, and grubby fisherman. He washed their feet and said we should do likewise to our neighbor. He taught us who our neighbor really was in "the good Samaritan". He healed the ear of the guard that arrested him after Peter aiming for his neck swiped it off. He taugth us to love those who persecute us and go conquoring evil with the power of the good. In a shredded tattered body, He asked his father while nailed to a blood drenched tree, to forgive those that spit on him for they knew not the gravity of what they were doing.
Yet, shortly after he rose from the dead and had all his friends feel him and examine the wounds he suffered three days prior, he issued this command to a forgiven Peter:
Acts 10:42 And he [Jesus] commanded us to preach unto the people, and to testify that it is he which was ordained of God to be the Judge of quick and dead.
Christians talk about the rightfulness and various other aspects of Judgment because Jesus told us to.