Is there any moral values that is universally recognized and indicted, or is it all relative?
For instance, one could make an argument that murder is pretty much a no-no wherever you go. However, the US executes people like it's going out of style, and many Islam-practicing tribes permit killing a woman who has "disgraced" her family (see: Zahra Al-Azzo). Pedophelia may be regarded by many as "icky" today, but in ancient Greece, Rome, and Persia pederasty was a social institution.
So, what do we think?