The problem with "morality" is similar to the problem of "love" and "art". Everyone has their own definitions, and because most people are morons, they choose poor definitions.
It's usually used to refer to an amount of "goodness" or "evilness" inherent within an action. Traditionally around a religious framework, (sin) yet liberals bizarrely exhibit the same behavior. They simply replaced sin from a deity to social guilt and ostracism.
Obviously this system evolved as a way to get the proles to act in a semi-decent manner, and as they can't understand any philosophical arguments this was what they got instead.
I see nothing to suggest there is a universal moral framework - you have to choose a goal before deciding whether your actions supported said goal.
Nowadays, it seems the most people viewed as "moral" are "nice" people - the social workers, charity donors, and other libfags. Yet I view these people as some of the most insidious impulses within the modern society.
Terrorists are viewed as evil, nasty, scum and we should bomb them, their families, and most of their countries. I view these people as something approaching heroes, fighting against the morass of our current age.
It all comes down to preference.