On this day, March 15th, in 44 BC, Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of Roman senators, led by Brutus and Cassius. This day is famously known as the Ides of March.
If Julius Caesar had been aware of the impending danger, he might have said something along the lines of:
"Today, on the Ides of March, I have been warned of treachery and the risk of betrayal by those I thought loyal.
I must remain vigilant and cautious in order to ensure the safety and prosperity of Rome.
The people of this great city deserve a leader who is not just wise, but also one who is able to foresee threats and avert them.
For the sake of Rome, I shall not ignore these warnings but take them to heart and act accordingly.
May the gods guide my steps and protect our great Republic."
--Julius Caesar March 15th, 44BCE K616