Breton language

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For those who can't handle the real truth, the spinners of fake truth at Wikipedia have a thoroughly boring article on Breton.

Breton is a strange mixture of Welsh and Klingon, spoken with a French accent and written in a reduced form of the Latin alphabet consisting mainly of the letter 'z'.

It is spoken in Brittany, which its speakers wish weren't part of France because the French consider all non-French languages to be retarded patois and think they should disappear off the face of the earth. Or at least off the face of France. The French don't care what goes on in other countries as long as they mind their own onions.