Mine is that if you can’t levy justice consistently, trying simply emboldens anti-West sentiment and makes the drivers of the dictator problem worse than if you had just left the guy alone.
But you also say there should be a popular vote.
Kady M.

Your position is that if we cannot have perfect justice why even try for justice at all.

All justice is imperfect. All justice is a matter of some compromise.

Essentially, you are promoting a fatalistic position: justice is impossible, so why even try.

Again, not sustainable.

The difficulty of achieving justice should not preclude trying.