How does Vaishnava theology reconcile Brahman having no anger but experiencing anger?
For example, the Vishnu Purana says:
He is all, he knows all, he sees all, he possess all strength, all knowledge, all power, all wealth. He is without fatigue, without lassitude, without fear, without anger, without desire and other such blemishes.
The Bhagavad Gita even says it's an asuric quality:
Religious hypocrisy, hubris, self-conceit, anger, rudeness and ignorance these, O Arjuna, belong to asuric beings.
But we know well the Narasimha avatar where Brahman gets really angry at the injustice towards his devotees (Prahlada).
Vedanta Desikan in the Nyaya Siddhanjana says:
Karma is nothing but the affection and anger of God
He even says this is a good quality:
Conditioned with various karma of the Jivatmas, the knowledge of God forms anger and love. But it is not a defect for him because His anger is a good quality consistent with keeping His own command.
How to reconcile?