The premise of the OP in this thread is pretty ridiculous. I usually don't like just saying something is ridiculous and leaving it at that without offering any counterpoints...but yeah. Blaming God for humanity's foul-ups is ridiculous and there isn't really anything more to say about it.
God is to "blame".
You can't have perfect foreknowledge, free will, and be all powerful and then be off the hook when things going astray.
Some would say it is one of the reasons God became incarnate and suffered and died.
Well...if you are going into the story of the Fall of man, it was in a way an explanation of showing that God is not to blame for all that is happening. With that in mind, if this world was a better place, some Church fathers felt He would still be incarnate.
So one can say, He is killing two (or more) birds with one stone. But rather than get rid of suffering, He enlightens us by showing how suffering can be a form of salvation, and this if the suffering is willfully done. In other words, go out there, immerse yourself in the poorest of places, live as they live, and bring those communities up with you. It's a story of death to the world, and resurrection from this death. It's the story that the Apostles lived. Sure enough, "blameworthy" would mean that God felt guilty for creating us.
In the end, because God is ultimately a mystery, we have to concede that His ultimate thoughts are a mystery, especially when it comes to the suffering. But at least He taught us not to sit down and ponder about them, but to do something about them as much as we can. He asked us at the very least if you do these things to "ONE" of my brethren.