If Julius Caesar were alive today, and in the context of the Ides of March (which is historically the day he was assassinated), he might say something like this:
"Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.
On this day, the Ides of March, let us reflect upon the lessons history has taught us.
Even in the face of treachery and betrayal, we must continue to strive for unity, wisdom, and the betterment of our society.
Trust not in the daggers of men, but in the enduring power of our ideas, our virtues, and our shared dreams for a brighter future.
Beware the Ides of March, but fear not the darkness, for it is through adversity that we learn to rise and shine together."
--Julius Caesar March 15th, 44BCE K3