This is often a common misunderstanding of what Sri Krishna taught. Negative actions as you have listed are not dharma. Krishna says in Uddhava Gita XII.15-21 (swami Madhavananda translator):
The tendencies of the different castes and orders of life aming men were according to the place of the origin (in the body of Virat): Inferior positions produced inferior tendencies and superior positions superior ones.
Control of mind and the senses, contemplation, cleanliness, contentment, forbearance, straight-forwardness, devotion to Me, compassion, and truthfulness--these are the tendencies of the Brahmana.
An indomitable spirit, strength, patience, valour, fortitude, liberality, enterprise, steadiness, devotion to Brahmanas, and lordship--these are the tendencies of a Kshatriya.
Faith in God, charity, humility, service unto the Brahmanas, and an insatiety from the massing of wealth--these are the tendencies of the Vaishya.
Attending to the Brahmanas, the cows, and the gods with sincerity, and being contented with what he gets therefrom--these are the tendencies of the Shudra.
Uncleanliness, falsehood, theft, atheism, barren disputation, lust, anger, greed--these are the tendencies of a fifth class beyond the pale of the other four.
Non-injury, truthfulness, freedom from theft, lust, anger and greed, and an effort to do what is agreeable and beneficial to all creatures--this is the common duty of all castes.
Further, in the Bhagavad Gita 3.35-37, Lord Krishna says (Swami Nikhilananda translator):
Better is one's own dharma, though imperfectly performed, than the dharma of another well performed. Better is death in the doing of one's own dharma; the dharma of another is fraught with peril.
Arjuna said: But under what compulsion does a man commit sin, O Varshneya, in spite of himself and driven, as it were, by force?
The Lord said: It is desire, it is wrath, which springs from rajas. Know that this is our enemy here, all-devouring and the cause of sin.
and further in Chapter 16.4-24, Krishna says (English translation here - https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/the-bhagavadgita/d/doc81683.html):
Ostentatiousness, pride, vanity, anger, and also harshness and ignorance (are) his, O son of Pṛthā! who is born to demoniac endowments.
Godlike endowments are deemed to be (means) for final emancipation, demoniac for bondage. Grieve not, O descendant of Bharata! you are born to godlike endowments.
(There are) two classes of created beings in this world, the godlike and the demoniac; the godlike (class) has been described at length; now hear from me, O son of Pṛthā! about the demoniac.
Demoniac persons know not action or inaction, neither purity nor yet (correct) conduct nor veracity are in them.
They say the universe is devoid of truth, devoid of fixed principle, and devoid of a ruler, produced by union (of male and female) caused by lust, and nothing else. >
Holding this view, (these) enemies of the world, of ruined selfs, of little knowledge, and of ferocious actions, are born for the destruction (of the world).
Entertaining insatiable desire, full of vanity, ostentatiousness, and frenzy, they adopt false notions through delusion, and engage in unholy observances.
Indulging in boundless thoughts ending with death, given up to the enjoyment of objects of desire, being resolved that that is all, bound down by nets of hopes in hundreds, given up to anger and desire, they wish to obtain heaps of wealth unfairly for enjoying objects of desire.
'This have I obtained to-day; this wish I will obtain; this wealth is mine; and this also shall be mine; this foe I have killed; others too I will destroy; I am lord, I am the enjoyer, I am perfect, strong, happy; I have wealth; I am of noble birth; who else is like me? I will sacrifice; I will make gifts; I will rejoice.' Thus deluded by ignorance, tossed about by numerous thoughts, surrounded by the net of delusion, and attached to the enjoyment of objects of desire, they fall down into impure hell.
Honoured (only) by themselves, void of humility, and full of the pride and frenzy of wealth, these calumniators (of the virtuous) perform sacrifices, which are sacrifices only in name, with ostentatiousness and against prescribed rules;
indulging (their) vanity, brute force, arrogance, lust, and anger; and hating me in their own bodies and in those of others.
These enemies, ferocious, meanest of men, and unholy, I continually hurl down, to these worlds, only into demoniac wombs.
Coming into demoniac wombs, deluded in every birth, they go down to the vilest state, O son of Kuntī! without ever coming to me.
Threefold is this way, to hell,-ruinous to the self,--lust, anger, and likewise avarice; therefore one should abandon this triad.
Released from these three ways to darkness, O son of Kuntī! a man works out his own welfare, and then proceeds to the highest goal.
He who abandoning scripture ordinances, acts under the impulse of desire, does not attain perfection, nor happiness, nor the highest goal.
Therefore in discriminating between what should be done and what should not be done, your authority (must be) scripture. And knowing what is declared by the ordinances of scripture, you should perform action in this world.