Our purpose here on earth is to produce more of ourselves. This is the mission of all living things: we are no different. Our route to achieving this goal is individual but governed by overarching imperatives: food, shelter, health, opportunity to breed, protection of your genes in the offspring. As we accept that birds can build nests without being taught so we should accept that we are not [wiki]tabala rasa[/wiki]
but do have innate drivers.
What you have described above is a mixture of emotion and imperative. Coldly seen in the light of brutal survival of the fittest:
If your children are starving, then innocent children who have food might have to be killed.
Rape uses your daughter to promote unwanted genes and may prevent her from reproducing with the “chosen” genes.
Theft is a development of agricultural society, it is not innate. Hunter-gatherers did not have personal possessions
but might see as theft another tribe hunting on their land. Again this is the survival of your genes.
In taking away others’ “rights”, it is necessary to ask, whose "right" is it, if it disadvantages me, and who established these “rights”? Revolutions have happened because the rich thought that they had a “right” to what was theirs at the expense of many others being unable to immortalise their genes.
Bullying can be seen as a reaction to idiocy, inefficiency and/or actions not conducive to the betterment of a society in which unity is important and in which your genes are required to survive.
Yada, yada, yada................. and the rest of those who oppose Nature's unforgiving and unfeeling pathway to the betterment of society.
Some things are
innately seen as being wrong
And there is nothing anyone can do to change that across the board.
It may be possible to change some actions from being seen as wrong by educating people in considering why there are grades of right and wrong so as to avoid the unwanted results of over-enthusiastic and dogmatic implementation of what is innate but again, there is no way at all of educating all of the world’s people.