The point behind piracy is to teach content providers a lesson and to compete with it. Competition usually brings better products and prices, but as we can see with the current streaming service providers, that isn't happening. It was fine when it was just Netflix, but now you have Hulu, HBO, Disney+, and the list goes on. Most of these streaming services are full of crap but have this one or three shows or movies worth watching. We're basically right back to cable.
As much as you think you have a choice, you really don't. This legal monopoly that we call copyright prevents other streaming services from providing the same content but cheaper and better. There are still some devices where I can't install Netflix onto because it's a Chinese made off brand tablet. There is no effort from Netflix to fix this. This also goes for Disney+ and HBO. You know what does work on every device? Piracy!
Remember that piracy is responsible for why Streaming services exist, because that was what they needed to do to compete with it. Otherwise we'd be paying $60 for a Blu-Ray movie, and $600 for the machine to play it, like in 2006. Blu-Ray was clearly superior and it clearly failed to the cheaper and lower image quality of NetFlix. Not only was Netflix profitable but it helped create the many other streaming services that exist today. So the proper path is to pirate. If Netflix and other streaming services want to compete then they better offer cheaper prices and better content.
While you have some good points that video is such fucking bullshit, filled with half-truths and a total lack of understanding of the industry. It is a REALLY bad video to use as part of your point.
I will say though: Why do people keep assuming that you have to use every service all the time? The fragmentation sucks, but we need to stop comparing it to cable. Cable is all-or-nothing. Outside of premium channels you don't get to pick and choose what to watch or what you get. This is not the case with streaming services. You don't need to be subscribed to all of them all the time. Watch what you want, cancel, move on. Hell, use free trials to watch stuff over the course of month and make sure to cancel the moment you subscribe (so you don't forget to do so later on). It's inconvenient, but still a fuck load better than cable.