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But I find it hard to believe that you really believe there are not objective moral evils.

Existing on their own? No, there aren't.

Given my moral postulates, I can then determine right and wrong. Your moral postulates may differ, and you'll reach differing conclusions (possibly). That is a point of discussion when those come into conflict.

That it's just your opinion that they are undesirable.

Actually, they work against flourishing of the species. So, if one has the postulate that human flourishing should be encouraged, then we can objectively say those things are undesirable. But the postulates are not objective (they never are, pretty much by definition).
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