Your argument is full of holes and apart from that it is crap. You are just repeating the 'you wouldn't steal a (whatever)' litany of the content producers. Theft is depriving someone of something by removing it from their possession. Piracy is watching someone else's TV through the window. No way is there any similarity between these two things, however hard the industry and its shills try to convince us otherwise. You (and your proxy) have repeatedly maintained that the market is determined by what the content producers want and see fit to do, but it is in fact determined entirely by what customers are prepared to pay their money for. What they are prepared to pay for is unfettered access to whatever they want to watch whenever they want to watch it for a price they find reasonable.
Things are presently in transition. When the shake-out is complete, the dinosaurs will be extinct and a new order will define the relationship between producer and consumer. It will have nothing at all to do with your 'piracy is theft' mantra.