"Situational ethics" is a term often used to describe the conundrum of something being alright in one context but not in another---for instance it is not acceptable to kill a person but if one is at war this is acceptable. But situational ethics is an excuse to create tension and uncertainty in children who are told that there is no 'right or wrong' just a consideration for the issue of the moment. Of course religion, with its rigid certainty that 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' and other prohibitions is a roadblock to institutionalizing situational ethics in the human psyche. Nothing that declares that behavior is wrong regardless of the situation will fit with the new world of UN Agenda 21.
The video below highlights two computer hackers (funded by DARPA) working with a Wired Magazine reporter to remotely control his car while he is driving it. They can do this without the knowledge of the driver by hacking into the wireless system in the car. They can shut the car off, speed it up, freeze the brakes, lock the doors, operate or shut down any of the systems in the vehicle; they can kill the driver. This capability is known, and I believe, was known before the car was built. Many cars can be hacked this way: cars with On-Star can be shut off remotely, newer cars with wireless can be controlled remotely. Situational ethics.
Do you remember the Cash for Clunkers program through the Department of Motor Vehicles? All of those old cars---destroyed. What did they have in common? No wireless capability.
UN Agenda 21 is about inventory and control.