Fairness? Or Forgiveness?
Even semi-good deeds are tainted with selfishness, ingratitude, and impatience. And each person now sees that the verdict is fair and just. Each person receives fairness and a heartbroken God says something like, "You spent your whole life trying to justify yourself, pretending you were better than you really were. You spent your life thinking you were more qualified to be God than Me. Thus, I will give you what you've always wanted. I will allow you to spend eternity without Me, without My laws, without My presence, and without My forgiveness. Since you rejected Me as your forgiver, I'll give you want you wanted: fairness.”
Each person who chooses fairness is sent to Hell, the place where God banished the angels who had rejected Him. It is a place where God promises to leave alone all those who demanded a life without His direction. This is a dark, empty, pain-filled place without God's comfort, love, peace, and joy. God had gone to great lengths to warn and rescue all mankind, but refuses to force anyone to spend eternity with Him in Heaven. To those who say, "God, leave me alone -- I don't need You or Your forgiveness," God agrees and leaves them alone, forever.
God then turns to the evil doers and gives them a fair trial too. Everyone who thought they'd gotten away with murder, betrayal, genocide, and every shade of darkness is finally brought to justice. God evaluates each person individually and punishes them in accordance with their deeds. Hitler, Mao, Stalin, and others are finally and fully rendered their due. Like the final scene of a great action movie, the heroic God clobbers the evil doers, rescues His bride, and restores permanent peace.