Your question has logical fallacies in it and draws illogical conclusions from assumptive statements. In Chapter 16 of the Gita, the Lord says (Swami Nikhilananda translator):
16.7 Men of demonic nature know not what to do and what to refrain from doing. Purity is not in them, nor good conduct, nor truth.
16.8 They say: "The world is devoid of truth, without a moral basis, and without a God. It is brought about by the union of male and female, and lust alone is its cause: what else?"
16.9 Holding such a view, these lost souls of little understanding and fierce deeds rise as the enemies of the world for its destruction.
16.10 Giving themselves up to insatiable desires, full of hypocrisy, prides, and arrogance, they hold false views through delusion and act with impure resolve.
16.11-12 Beset with innumerable cares, which will end only in their death, looking on the gratification of desire as their highest goal, and feeling sure that this is all;
Bound by a hundred ties of hope, given up wholly to lust and wrath, they strive, by unjust means, to amass wealth for the satisfaction of their passions.
16.13-16 ...Bewildered by many fancies, entangled in the meshes of delusion, addicted to the gratification of lust, they fall into a loathsome hell.
16.19 These cruel haters, these evil-doers, these vilest of men, I hurl always into the wombs of the demons in the cycle of births and deaths.
16.20 Having fallen into the wombs of the demons and being deluded from birth to birth, they never attain Me, O son of Kunti, but go farther down to the lowest state.
16.21 Three are the gateways of this hell leading to ruin of the self--lust, wrath, and greed. Therefore let man renounce these three.
16.22 The man who escapes these three gates of darkness, O son of Kunti, practises what is good for himself and thus attains the Supreme Goal.
16.23 He who discards the injunctions of the scriptures and acts upon the impulse of desire attains neither perfection nor happiness nor the Supreme Goal.
16.24 Therefore let the scriptures be your authority in determining what ought to be done and what ought not to be done. Having learnt the injunctions of the scriptures, you should do your work in the world.