Foals are born with instinct. What you're describing isn't "learned bad behavior". Kicking, charging, ear pinning is all natural to this baby.
If it continues to do it without being repremanded, then its "learned bad behavior" because it has learned this behavior is acceptable.
A lead mare will not tolerate this sort of behavior, and if they are the lead mare in their barn (which they should be), they shouldn't tolerate it either. A lead mare would bite a little foal like that. You don't come straight out the womb and be a boss in 24 hours. This little guy needs to learn that this behavior is punishable (a lead mare would bite and shoo him off) and humans are no exception.
On a side note, I love how the "I can and will move you wherever I want to put you" has a celebrity name to it, like it was an original idea. When I was a kid, we used to call it "basic training".