See? You're doing it. You're asking the hypothetical of why did God create malaria, evil & suffering....<quoted text>
You're confusing our arguments from our beliefs. We don't blame deities for anything that happens in our lives. But when we're arguing with you, since you have a paradigm that everything, every phenomena, is Created by a Perfect Being, it's fun to ask you "why this? Why this other thing, worse than the first thing?"
But no atheist would ever be like "my car got smashed by a tree today, so the god that I don't believe in is clearly angry with me. What a jerkface."
But we will ask you things like "Why did your deity Create malaria?" to show you how silly it is to believe in an all-loving, perfect creator. The point is, you can't answer the problem of evil and misery without making up more stuff - oh, that's the fall of man!
Then we say "you're just avoiding the issue. Ultimately, if you posit a perfect creator, it's the perfect creator's design." And then you say "no, no,'cause that perfect creator created inviolable free will!"
And then we say "oh, really? What about the Bible where your deity removes it from people?"
And then you make some more stuff up - anything to maintain the strange rationality needed so that you don't look too hard at your contradictory religious beliefs.
But, hey, no worries. We all have contradictory beliefs. Well...except us depressed people who know our own worthlessness for what it is... <glug, glug, so...pass the beer, RR. No, not bud! Blach! I'll get up then and move the Coor's cooler closer. You want anything while I'm up?>
A perfect creator doesn't mean a perfect creation.
God didn't create everything, as you'd argue. He did not create malaria no more than He created this iPhone I'm holding right now or the cigarette I'm puffing on....