First of all, I didn't upvote my post. I did downvote yours, though. Also, note that you are equally anonymous, just have an infinitely more pretentious pseudonym.
You repeat the same points over and over. I bet many people must have already refuted all your points several times already -- for example, calling copyright infringement "stealing"? Give me a break. How is a file anyone's "property", and how is a *copy* of a file "stolen"?
You know, this "vermin" with no regard for the society it lives in is exactly what started the renaissance -- you know, the revolution that ended the dark ages. To build something new, you have to take down what is already there: e.g. give them the printing press, and the next moment they're clever enough to chop off heads and build a democracy!
FYI, I'm a capitalist as much as anyone. I don't think you are, though. For instance, I understand that pirates are a very large part of the population, as studies claim that up to 4/5 of internet users are pirates. That's a huge part of the market, and no intelligent capitalist would want to alienate them. Yet, here we have someone who calls himself PirateSlayer, who will probably try to sell stuff to that market even though he calls them vermin.
Additionally, a true capitalist would think twice about going on using copyright --a government granted *monopoly*, i.e. socialism-- to do business and would strive to provide what the market wants. If the market wants a different business model, a true capitalist would work to find one that works instead of pissing off potential customers. Think about it.
"You keep crusading for the small musician brother (or sister) by...er...stealing their work and not paying for it."
Cruel as it may be, pirates buy if the music is good. If it's shit, then they don't. If people don't like your music, then consider a change of career. It's called natural selection.
"It also happens that internet pirates are the most cultured human beings to *ever* walk the earth"
That is, never before has anyone so readily had access to the vast quantities of art now available on the internet. Kids these days know so much about obscure bands from the past that it's simply amazing, and no-one can say that's a bad thing.
"Sorry, pirates spend money on art that they steal? I don’t understand."
Since copying music is not the same as stealing it, artists don't *lose* any money every time a file is copied. However, they do make money every time a file is sold. Studies have shown that people who pirate content (i.e. who love art and like to enjoy large amounts of it) also buy a lot more content than the average person.
"They don't want to give any power to the people...they just want something for nothing."
How do you know?