But people can make another personal choice. Until death, a person has the freewill to change his mind. It is not a matter of entitlement, you strawman master, but of God's grace to grant us choice.
The belief that God wants some people condemned regardless of their personal choices is an accurate description; it is not just an insinuation. You need to learn how to read other's posts more carefully.
You are stepping over the point is wish to make: the start position in which you and I find ourselves.
When God instituted law, He knew it would be broken.
So your first and foremost question should be: If God wishes all to be saved...why did He issue law?
Now together with issuing law, God needed to create a "reward" and "punishment", so he created heaven and hell.
But then God also knew that nobody would be able to enter heaven, unless He Himself reached out to mankind, paid the price and made heaven accessible.
Point is that by our own choices, we are vessels of destruction. All of us.
Now you seem to see some unfairness in the fact that God would let some indeed go to their destruction. Why?
What if God would not have sent Jesus, and have all of us go to hell? Would you consider that fair? Of course you do.
Yet, you do not deserve to go to heaven. Not even if you made the "right choice".
So you find it acceptable to believe that God would give people what they deserve...yet you see an unfairness if God gives some people what they do not deserve.
But if God would give all people what they do not deserve and everybody would go to heaven, you would find that unreasonable too.
My question: How can you possibly consider that unfair?
See, you argue from the point that because you made a decision to believe in Jesus there is a fairness in you going to heaven.
But that's not at all the case. Yes you decided to follow Jesus, yet when you go to heaven you still get something you do not deserve.
Your choice to follow Jesus still does not entitle you to go to heaven.
So then, those who either refused to follow Jesus or those who never got the opportunity to follow Jesus are equally treated fair if God does not allow them to enter heaven.
Do you consider that unfair? Because you get something they do not get.
So why is it fair these people get what they deserve, and you get what you do not deserve?
Your start position is incorrect.
Your entry into heaven is not created by your choices, it is created by a sovereign God who created a law that He knew people could not keep.
And then He had to die Himself, so you can be set free. How is that fair?
The pre-determination that a whole lot of people will go to hell is not by their choices, but by God who willed it so.
So in the end what there will be is hell filled with people who deserve to be there, and heaven filled with people who do not deserve to be there.
Then what exactly is your problem if God indeed selected you to be in the group who gets what he does not deserve?
I do not see how you can have a problem with that, and not have a problem with going to heaven whilst you don't deserve it.