I love the graphic. It's clever and appeals to my inner flower-child/Buddhist spirit.
So, personally, I'm not asking for a fight. Facebook is just abusive. I will not be abused anymore.
I don't really have complaints about how Twitter treats its users. Twitter doesn't do evil. Google at least tries to not do "evil." Facebook just hopes that no one catches on to the evil that they do.
I do not (and will not) use Facebook as part of my daily social media routine because they have proven to me over and over again (by opting me into features that undo privacy partitions I've worked hard to keep up) that FB has no respect for its users and only sees users as a herd to be milked for billions.
I'm sure I'm not alone in this - I don't like being herded. I don't like being bullied by software companies. I don't like my trust being trampled & taken for granted over and over again. I hope that my friends, family and acquaintances will recognize that FB is unremorsefully abusive of our trust and our privacy.
Businesses that give me options other than Facebook for interacting with them win my loyalty. Sort of like businesses that give my family the option of iPhone & Android app (as we are a mixed-mobile family).
As Facebook keeps throwing punches, I'm not suggesting a bitter struggle but rather that we fight back by simply leaving. As I see it, FB just isn't that into us, otherwise they'd treat us better. They had their chance.
I'm moving on. I've found myself a real innovator.