The second fallacy behind this question has to do with categorizing magic in general. It seems that those who ask these questions interpret magic as being either good or bad. The world does not actually fit into nice cookie-cutter shapes like these folks wish it does however. No matter what sort of magic you’re exercising, you’re going to see a positive and you’re going to see a negative. To illustrate this with an example, let’s say that you are an actor and you are pining for a certain role. By using Lesser Magic you acquire your desires, but that means that your competitor loses the opportunity to your cunning wiles, and suddenly has to find another way to pay rent that month. Your competitor will say that your magic was immoral because it hurt him. You know that your magic is not immoral, that you were only living your life and aggressively pursuing your needs because if you didn’t get that role you would be the one looking for how to pay rent. It is not immoral for a snake to attack and consume a mouse for its food, it’s just a way of life.
Bearing these two misconceptions about Satanic magic in mind, you will understand me better when I say that morals are up to each individual Satanist. This may seem like a terrifying thing if you are of the opinion that we’re a selfish lot with no regard for others, but I am here quick to assure you that such an opinion is also a misconception. We do have a set of tenets in Satanism that are fundamental agreements to how we see ideal world. We have a set of sins which reminds us of what we already know: to keep our perspective, to reject stupidity, to abstain from false posturing and pretentiousness. We agree with the Eleven Satanic Statements of the Earth that in open spaces we don’t bother anybody, we don’t take what doesn’t belong to us, and we do not harm children nor non-human animals except for food or self-defense. We hold the Nine Satanic Statements close to our hearts and exercise our decision making based on the idea of wisdom instead of hypocritical self-deceit.
In the end, what’s important to take away from my answer is that yes, Satanic witches have morals. No, those morals may not be the same as yours since morals, although able to be agreed upon overall, can break down in clarity once you start applying them to the actual independent exercise of any action. I do not believe that I will be disciplined by anything except for my own poor decision making in any circumstance and reject the idea of a cosmic force retaliating against me for not falling in line with the devout lemmings. My magic does suit me, but it also suits others of whom I deeply care. Being a witch does not make you immoral, and being willing to throw a nasty curse or two does not make you evil: it makes you one of the courageous few who are willing to set things as they should be, one of those rare few brave enough to act like the gods and goddesses they really are, one of the rare powerful few who ensure that wicked deeds do not go overlooked and unaddressed. We are gods. Our destinies are in our own hands.