What do you suggest then? Monitor all internet traffic, reject anything encrypted?
How long before you think this model becomes unsustainable, if everyone starts to give everything for free? These business models are alright for certain type of content, when delimited to a small market and periodical. You ask for others to do this, but marketing of free content is only sustainable up to a point. Even assuming you will be willing to leave in a ad-driven internet (by another magnitude) and even assuming you are willing to pay the costs of getting something for free indirectly through other means (higher ISP prices, more expensive bandwidth, etc), the simple fact of the matter is that if you mass-market free content, you will kill free content.
And this does not address the problem of content. What to do with business software, consumer software, server software, gaming software? What to do with books? What to do with the high production value movies? You suggest these things be given free too, because pirates are pirating and so it's companies who should change their ways? C'mon!
By all means, keep it up. Just know, if IFPI gets their way, you won't be voicing any opinions on the internet anymore.
If they don't feel inclined to stop, why should I? Until I stop feeling damaged by their actions, I think it's sensible to gripe everytime I have an opportunity. I never was, am not, and never will be, one to shut up in the face of something I think is fundamentally wrong.