Yeah read it again. Just before this God told Moses He was going to destroy them because He had already made the judgment against them. Moses asked that He spare them. Once He saw it for himself, he carried out the judgment God had made already because he was the prophet.<quoted text>Read it again? Why? It is recorded that Moses told the men of Levi to kill and they did. There was no recorded (hypothetical, of course) command from God and there is no account of how they were to decide who was faithful and who were the idolaters. They just killed and kept killing, even though (hypothetically, of course) God had told them 12 chapters earlier in His Own Voice "Thou Shalt Not Kill." Awww... Moses' anger got the best of him... tsk, tsk. Well that's alright then.. after all,(the hypothetical) God did let them wander for decades in the wilderness after ripping off the Egyptians. What more could anyone ask?
As far as "facts" go, let's look at this:
You claim: "God does not intervene to prevent every misdeed. He put man on earth and explained His expectations. We can't blame God when man decides to do something terrible to another individual."
To that is the obvious question, What god and what evidence do you have that any god (Jewish or otherwise) put man on Earth? Where is your evidence? Not only do you not have evidence and that all real and existent evidence flies in the face of your theology, you refuse to recognize that you even require evidence before pronouncing mythology as fact.
The most glaring single FACT is that you don't have any, don't want any and are happy not to be beholden to any.
I am the one that has repeatedly said there will be no global evidence that God exists, remember? Why do you keep asking me for it. You used the word fact, not me. I was referring to your use of the word fact and asked you what facts you were referring to. Do you intentionally twist words to try to look correct?