Ricarda Lang says she's "damn proud to be the leader of a party that can't be silenced". That's nonsense, of course, because this party doesn't need to be pacified. She is it. In fact, she is so conspicuously calm that she can no longer ignore it herself. That a striking number of speakers at the three-day party conference, which the Greens are holding in Bonn until Sunday, come up with exactly this point.
What's the matter with this party? Can the Greens still do that: argue, really nice, like before?