Hi mate, I was wondering how many replies you want to a question? I count three for this one. If your engine will not turn over due to it being stuck or seized, then no amount of persuasion with electric starting will turn it over.
If the engine turns over with the kick starter or via engaging a gear and rotating the rear wheel, you should check that solenoid is suppling power (via the heavy starter cables to the starter motor)when the solenoid clicks. You can use a voltmeter or just a globe in a holder to check this. If there is power through the "thick" cables, then it's most likely to be a starter motor issue.
You can also by-pass all of the starting electrical circuit to check the starter by supplying direct electrical power to the terminal on the starter via a starter cable, and touching the earth side of the battery to your engine using another starter cable. If it doesn't spin over you have a starter fault.
If you want to get rid of the bike, I know somebody who would love it.