These and other serious anti-human behaviors cause you to seem unlikable. So don’t do them if you wish to fit in well with the beloved community of people working to make a fair, fun and human planet.
Simple as that.
Scoffing aside, wishing to be liked has benefits in terms of restraining unbridled greed, selfishness and other unlikable behaviors among humans.
The problem is, the Beast does not care if we like it or not, nor do those who support it by engaging in behaviors such as those listed. Sure, they will do as much as possible to seem pleasant, good and right to people it feels it needs to ensure unrestricted access to wealth and power. However, if it considers you extraneous to these ends, i.e., if you are poor and marginalized, then expect a steady diet of unlikable behaviors.
And if you stand directly, deliberately, in its way, as say, activists are wont to do, then expect the gloves to come fully off.
What the Beast really likes is to make us dislike ourselves and one another. That’s why we need to be extremely careful about attacking our fellow activists. We need to remember that even if we dislike them, we need to take care to address differences in ways that help our movements, to avoid facilitating being divided and conquered.
On the other hand, we don’t care if the Beast likes us. Quite the contrary: if it likes us something’s wrong. Everyone enjoys a pleasant work environment full of people who like each other, but if you find yourself getting more perks and promotions, it might be time to wonder if you’re not too well liked, and at what cost.