3 No, of course we can't justify murdering millions of innocent people just to make our lives a little bit easier. I was just listing the possibilities. I would maintain that the only real option we can exercise is zero tolerance to illegal immigrants and not allow Britain's liberal-minded Useful Idiots to soft pedal how we deal with immigration. We must get on with our lives and the Middle East must get on with their theirs and maybe they will come to their senses .... or maybe not. Just as long as they don't try to kill us for being infidels. Otherwise we must kill them, at the very least not feed them.
On the first point about illegal immigration, I agree. We must have a zero tolerance policy. I noted on the news channels yesterday that some of the "experts" they got in to talk about the deaths of the migrants were themselves illegals into this country, who have been accepted.... If you break the law once (entering the country illegally) you get no second chance.
On your second point, it would be nice to think we can ignore this region, but this region won't ignore us. The House of Saud did the deal with the devil a hundred or so years ago with the wahhabis to spread their form of Islam around the world. It's now causing enormous problems in places like Bosnia, sowing the seeds for the next conflict there. And then there are others like the Iranian regime who are hell bent on getting a nuclear bomb. So, no. We can't ignore them.
If you want to address the bigger picture take a look through Kissinger's book called World Order.
6 A real United Nations? That'll be the day! What the UN needs to do is obvious. What the UN fails to do is outrageous. They are as United as our United Kingdom! The concept of "peacekeepers" will always fail. It's a euphemism for standing on the sidelines as disapproving helpless spectators. As for offering safety, shelter and food, how does that turn the tide? A multi-nation auction of virtue signalling. Gimme a break!
It doesn't turn the tide. It's not to interfere in whatever internal conflict is going on, but just trying to protect innocent lives and give a future generation a chance.
7 You rightly admit to not knowing how to help economic migrants. Here's an idea: don't help them. You say we need to invest in Africa, Asia and South America, in the hope that this will give them a head start to improve themselves. I don't think giving money, know how and hints of gracious living is going to change their DNA. All they have to do is stop killing one another and stop wanting to kill people in other countries who don't think much of their lifestyle or values. By all means give them a helping hand if it is evident they are trying to scale new heights rather than protests and riots. By all means set up manufacturing operations in such countries to help people put food on their table rather than live a dog-eat-dog existence. But do it with a benefactory spirit rather than plundering capitalism seeking to exploit cheap labour or steal national resources. Take a backseat and don't be a backseat driver. Don't waste time on a country of incurables. For example, we are learning that Mugabe wasn't the root of the problem. It was Zimbabwe's black citizens. It's the evil bastards who the citizens vote for. They vote for people like themselves who sneak their way into becoming a minister or leader. Just like the deadbeats who have inveigled their way into UK Parliament.
I agree that if we do help other countries it shouldn't be to exploit them through either cheap labour or plundering their resources and set up manufacturing operations so that they can turn their natural resources into sellable goods, sounds like a great idea.