No living thing has done anything to deserve suffering. Suffering just happens. A tornado will maim anyone and there is no amount of moral fiber that can prevent someone from becoming a victim. There is no "why me" that is valid. Babies get killed that have done nothing wrong. There is no right to life that is real. It's a concept people believe in erroneously. Everything has their innate ability to choose who they will be, but they are subject to the choices everything else makes and very bad things can easily befall good lives.
In reply to Shjade:
1. God does not require anything in order for God to be all knowing. All time has already completely passed for God, if it exists, and God already knows the infinite set of conclusions no matter what we do or choose because all of those existences are already known in and out in their totality. Our finite state required for us to make mistakes and practice evil, whether we try not to or not, makes us think that all things are not already in existence. We think invention is new when, in fact, if God exists, nothing is new at all but all is infinitely old. Our futures, each and every one of them, have to already exist for God to exist. If our futures are not currently in existence, it would be firm proof God doesn't exist; however, we can prove we at least have one future because we know time is going to pass and all of us are going to die at some point. If there is only one time line and it was finite, that would be solid proof that God does not exist; however, we have no way to prove there isn't an infinite set of time lines. I would submit, that to believe in fate in the strictest sense, you have an extremely strong probability that God doesn't exist, though he still could exist in the one time line because it is possible the universe just rearranges itself infinitely along the one time line to make everything happen in all possibilities forever in both past and future. If that is the case, we are actually going to live this life over an infinite number of times exactly replicating what we do and also an infinite number of times doing completely different things. I have my doubts on fatalism though even though there is no way to refute or prove the premise. Bear in mind, for free will, all choices have to exist. A choice that doesn't exist means you could never make it. If in my past when I had sex with that person, if there isn't a dimension where I didn't have sex with that person, I never had the choice not to. It is why we are probably just rocks if fatalism is in fact true.
2. I would suggest that a God entity, in order to know everything actually has to be everything. To know it all you have to suffer it all. For this reason, I think it would be impossible to be selfish to be a God. To be God, you would have to go through everything's existence, all living and non-living things to know them in totality. Absolute knowledge requires absolute empathy. You literally have to go through all the torture, rape, live burnings, and other forms of horror all things encountered. It would create pain levels that would kill any of us swiftly. Selfish is actually a premise of evil. To practice selfish as an all powerful Evil being, you would actually not want to know the pain and suffering you caused and would be eternally flawed for not knowing that.
The paradox you think is occurring is caused from thinking evil actually has a chance of survival in pure form. It doesn't. It is guaranteed to fail and can only exist because good uses it for knowledge and understanding of what it isn't. If you are innocent, you are ignorant, and that is not good. Adam and Eve were in a pointless state before knowing good and evil and being in a position to choose evil. It is a useful fairy tale in that respect because the concept is introduced of two beings that were too in the dark to make any choices, and in being that ignorant and innocent, could not actually do anything. Evil is actually a facsimile of falseness. It is a choice to move against reality and try to disrupt other beings and objects for the purpose of self promotion which is the true paradox. That is why I maintain you have to have ignorance to practice evil. In moving against reality, you are actually moving against yourself even though you have tricked yourself into thinking you are promoting yourself. Rapists end up in the sad company of other rapists if they are allowed to persist and the results are a nasty place to live. Same for the other forms of evil. Greed invariably shuts down economies and nasty wars erupt to start them back up again. The pure evil location of reality, which I would construe as the true universe, would actually be a void of absolutely nothing. It just doesn't exist as proven by you reading this post. If God does exist, evil has to be created out of illusion and ignorance, and constructs have to already be in place to fracture absolute knowledge in order to know evil is a void and all of the other things good is not. The universe, at its core has to be good because it is real. In order to know evil in totality, it has to be every facsimile of it at least once to know it all. So, for God to exist as an all knowing being, each of our lives have to be in complete existence in all forms. Our lives cannot be just sample machines or false images though to authenticate real knowledge. Each of our lives are real, our past is there in full real form as is our future. Our choices have to be real too and the consequences have to be real and final in all forms.