Dear Crazy Lady,
1) How old are you? You basically said "Well, since you fired me, then I quit." Yes, you probably had to file a motion to inform the court, but you don't have to make it appear that you quit. A simple "the client no longer wishes me to represent them in this matter" would suffice. I doubt the judge would hassle you at all.
2) Attorney-client privilege doesn't cease to exist when someone is no longer a client. It's ongoing, whether you're fired, quit, or move firms. There are few exceptions, like if you're being sued by your client, but only that information necessary to defend yourself in court can be revealed.
3) How the hell does waiving of your attorney-client privilege help you defend against the fine for filing numerous frivilous lawsuits and motions and using the courts to make political statements? The only issue is "do your suit and filed motions show a contempt and abuse of the court system?" Even if you did everything at your client's request, you should have known better and that's why you'll be facing fines, an inquiry, and possible discipline from the courts and bar.
4) Are you looking to get disbarred? Is this case really about your own martyrdom?
A member of whatever vast conspiracy is out to get you.
If you need a little background An article
and the motion itself.