I find discussions in this forum often drift into certain key religious debates such as "does God exist" "where is the proof for your invisible friend in the sky" and why take the bible so literally".
The pathological need for some like Fresco to fire off a salvo of 'There is no God!' into discussions like this is as revealing as it is entertaining. If I needed proof that God stirs a response in the minds of humans, even in those who disavow any such influence, those reflexive outbursts would be sufficient.
If they really had no doubts about their disbelief, their response to these discussions would be the same as mine to the discussions about extraterrestrials secretly ruling the planet. There is absolutely no need or use in telling them otherwise. And surely our delusions about God are more far fetched than aliens existing.
Sorry about the digression and thanks for the background on the Jews. Will research that a bit and get back to the subject of God's judgements.
It's hard for me to imagine a scenario where his judgements would not be just based on my own impression of what his objective is. Death is easily excused given that without his having given you life, you would never have had the opportunity to experience life of any kind or duration.
The only exception would be the 'everlasting torture in hell' scenario, which if it were true would justify the charge of 'unjust'.