You seem to have a (racist?) problem. You also seem to completely disregard the actual reasons why such folks feel forced to abandon their homes and seek refuge in other countries. Do you really think that folks in a devastated, war-torn, and violent country (but obviously [according to you] living in a blissful, peaceful bubble), would suddenly say: “Hey y’know what? Let’s just up sticks, take a long and hazardous and very expensive journey to Europe and see how we get on there”. Does that sound at all reasonable to you? No-one moves from their life on home-soil, their community and their environment without very compelling reasons.Let's look at things one way, I have a big problem with mass illegally immigration, not because I'm racist but because I don't like the idea of people fleeing from warzones coming here for handouts when France is a viable country to seek asylum in.
I like the idea for knowing who is coming here and for what purpose, fairly controlled and regulation, dishing out freebies to non-UK nationals is also a no-no.
I'd prefer if it these immigrants do wind up here illegally than simply leave them alone, deny them benefits etc once the pot has run dry and they are starving than basically you **** off where the grass is greener.
I know quite alot of hard working Europeans whom work their backsides off as well.
I also don't like the idea of donating so much money abroad in foreign aid and giving so much to the EU.
I want to see the UK establish itself strongly.
You also appear to conveniently forget that vast areas of the world were originally populated by folks who had exactly the same thing in mind – Germans, Irish, Scandinavians etc who moved to the young United States, Huguenots and others who move to other European countries. The list goes on.
If your beef is that such folks enter the UK and then “take advantage of all the benefits”, then you might want to take a look at history and explain why the indigenous population of the UK itself has never been able to truly partake of any “benefits” since the advent of Capitalism. After all, it’s not as if there’s a dearth of wealth in the land, is it? Why is it that normal folks are categorically excluded from enjoying the prosperity generated by the country? Is it because “they don’t deserve it”? If that’s your argument (seriously?), then I’d love to hear your reasoning as to why the “elite” deserves it instead.
Finally, your last point. What do you mean when you state that “you want to see the UK establish itself strongly”? What does that entail?