How many years since Vat2 and they still haven't been interpreted 'right'
Which has little to do with the Council itself and more to do with the failure of the bishops and Popes to properly interpret it. Right now, we have to figure out many things on our own. Ideally, we'd have the Pope interpret, for example, Dignitatis Humanae to say that while men have a right not to be forced to believe the Catholic faith or any other religion against their will, the doctrine is religious tolerance rather than liberty, as Popes have explained for centuries. But until we get a Pope who really wants to clean up the Church and truly purge Modernism from it, the official interpretation will have to wait. In practice, Vatican II defined nothing new, and if we "interpret the Council in the light of tradition", we can safely ignore it without rejecting anything necessary to salvation.
yes there have been sin and heresy and hersies have been delt with and sin has been declared a sin
Not always. The Arian crisis lasted for quite some time, and in the meantime, the faithful Catholics were the ones deemed heretics by most of the bishops. The Pope even excommunicated St. Athanasius. But there's no heresy in Vatican II. The heresy comes from the Modernists interpreting the documents, which they wrote to allow such interpretation, and Modernism has already been declared heresy.
since when don't the 10 commandments count?
The church is not above God.
Since Pentecost, along with the rest of the Law of Moses. But, like I explained, that doesn't mean it's suddenly legal to steal and kill. Christians are not bound by the Old Law at all, but we are bound by divine law, of which the Ten Commandments reflect.
You do not have control over others actions only your own.
But you don't condone wrong acts either.
Attending the indult condones nothing, other than the validity of the Novus Ordo and that Vatican II was a legitimate Council. Of course, there's no document they force you to sign when you walk in the door, so it may not even be condoning that much.