So I just heard this from an INFp-Fe I know:
"If a nuclear bomb was coming toward our city and was going to completely destroy everyone here I would just take an Uzi and go out and mow down everyone I saw, because it wouldn't matter anyway"
Basically there is nothing about the action itself which is immoral; but only in its consequences is it immoral.
So if a woman is dying and passed out from morphine, it is okay to rape her, because she will not know the difference. Nothing about the fact that one possesses the will to rape in the first place is 'bad'; or that the act of rape is inherently repulsive. Morals are defined by the world, and by circumstances; and not by the self. Beta morality has nothing to do with the recognition of internal state, or emotional disposition.