Party is over folks.
The most succinct commentary ever on the situation: http://theoatmeal.com/comics/game_of_thronesI don't know if it's legally and morally comparable, or even the same as using proxies, but with current speeds downloading a show via torrnt, watching it, and then erasing it (to free space) works pretty much in the same way as streaming and perhaps even offers more variety (I just binge-watched Okkupert with English subtitles, which I believe is not yet available in the market).
If you feel either guilty or satisfied by the show you can always send a gift to the writers, or even send a perhaps tax-deductible donation to the European Commission for Culture and Education.
The problem here is the content owners/copyright holders, not Netflix. Blame it on them and their stupid licensing models. Netflix owned shows, like House of Cards or Daredevil, are available globally, from day one, without any constrains.Netflix Argentina's content is horrible. I don't know why these moronic companies can't come up with a model that works for everyone. People in Argentina aren't going to wait around for content.