Remember I made a manifesto detesting how my school has an official religion? If not, you should know I made a manifesto detesting how my school has an official religion.Well, in the manifesto, I called one of my teachers the 'matriarch of all things Christian, art and cupcake' (she teaches RE, runs a little christian club and runs a 'cupcake club' where everyone is of baking cupcakes) among other things. I also made some comments about Christian demographics in the school (moderate Christians, radical Christians, Christian enthusiasts) and how Christian enthusiasts are mainly attracted to the Christian club.Well, today, my mother got a phone call from the principal, and I'm apparently in big trouble. I have to apologise to the teacher, I have to apologise to the head of the Scripture Union (the Christian club) and I can't discourage people from praying in assemblies, which was a point in the manifesto.My parents are also attempting to spring every punishment they can think of on me. Already I have had to delete the online copy of my manifesto and a video of me reading it (took me half an hour to do that, it's a long manifesto) and they are trying to restrict me from talking about religion in school or on Facebook, and they're trying to shut down a movement which I started to promote my ideals and recruit people to help (which nobody in my year has possessed the intelligence to understand and be interested). They're threatening to cut off my internet access, ban me from seeing the one friend I have in the world (who is a human, in case you're thinking I'm a shut-in who prefers the company of machines, or an animal enthusiast) and they're attempting to stop me from confronting my principal tomorrow.Because tomorrow, my principal shall call me to his office. I will take a seat. If he brings the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (I have a mild case of the ol' ass burgers), we shall sit at the fancy roundtable in his office, to ensure prominence to none. If not, I shall take a seat in front of his desk. He will ask me if I know why I am here. I will reply yes. He will ask why I am here. I will say it is because we both have demands, he wants me to apologize, I want him to put the school into a transition to an integrated, secular school (I say integrated because I live in a country where you either go to a Protestant school, a Catholic school, or a mixed school. Isn't Northern Ireland great?). He will argue this is not a situation for negotiation, I have offended a teacher and an organization within the school, I will counter-argue it is, because I have had to listen to 3 Easter Services where there was constant defamation of atheists, talk of the 'one who does not accept God' being weak, and if he read my manifesto he would know that. At that point, he will be successfully backed into an argumentative corner, with the only way out an unfair punishment on me which I will report, or compliance with my demands.After that, I plan to write a letter to Richard Dawkins about the turn of events. The King of Atheism himself is an influential one, capable of bringing change.So, Empire, when was the last time you had a horribly dark day where you spotted an opportunity to turn it around the following day?