You are officially becoming exhausting. Your criticism travels from attacking UD to lack of drag and drop (which is, as you must know, a temporary setback in the extension), and then to Ubuntu as a brand.
As other people have tried to explain to you: a lot of people were happily surprised with Ubuntu’s take on GNOME, and have since grown into enjoying every bit of post-Unity Ubuntu. The developers community had some tough decisions to make in a very short period (as lined out in Didier’s blog), but looking at the users, surely they must have done something right?
Someone else has correctly stated that what makes a distribution unique is not only skin-deep. As you know, Ubuntu started off as a GNOME 2 environment with different colours. What then, has made Ubuntu so popular? … The half-yearly upgrades, the open approach to distributing licenced software (we owe Steam, Spotify, Slack to it), the thriving community, the security updates and support on client and server side.
From what I read in your post, you are alternately advocating for D2P, then Cinnamon, then Fedora. Why not just … use that then instead?