When he took part in the murder of his dear friend.
In reality Antony doesn’t, in fact his sarcastic tone shows he believes no such thing.
Brutus did want he thought was best for Rome, but overall was disloyal and committed a huge sin in the process.
Loyalty in a friendship is very important and sadly that’s something Brutus doesn’t have.
He listened to Cassius and was blinded by his love for his country. However with Antony, loyalty towards his country and his dear friend did not conflict. Conclusion Octavius also helps avenge the death of Caesar.
Cassius convinced Brutus to join the conspirators as they were scared that Caesar was ambitious and could become a tyrant. His loyalty for his country blinded him for his loyalty towards his friend.Which is agreeable, because loyalty to a friend is essential which Brutus again did not have. William Shakespeare’s play “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” illustrates many chaotic characteristics of Ancient Rome, such as conspiracies, treacheries, and gory battles.Though the conspirators are the main antagonists, they are not the only characters who use manipulation to achieve their ends.By using powerful rhetorical devices in his renowned speech, Antony leads the people of Rome to rampage in quarrel against anyone involved in the rebellious attempt that his audience had just a few moments before praised and supported.Clearly what Brutus did was wrong, even the so called “villain” believed so too. Brutus did want what was best for his country more than anything.But his ambition—for that, I killed him” was the excuse Brutus gave to the people for killing Caesar.He continuously calls Brutus an “honorable man,” but only to carefully compare this attribute with his suspicious deeds (3. 82–91), eventually turning praise into mockery, whereas he questions Caesar’s ambition by reiterating to the people of Rome his honorable accomplishments: He hath brought many captives home to Rome, Whose ransoms did the general coffers fill. When that the poor have cried, Caesar hath wept; Ambition should be made of sterner stuff: Yet Brutus says he was ambitious, And Brutus is an honorable man. 2.)Anthony’s influence is so important that the triumvirate’s success relies greatly on his speech.As such, William Shakespeare highlights the importance of manipulation and deception in “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar,” through the ways many of its characters achieve their goals.How is turning your back on a so called friend okay?If Brutus was honorable he wouldn’t have been so easily persuaded by Cassius to go as far as committing a murder.