National Brutus Day
National Brutus Day is observed next on Friday, March 15th, 2024 (279 days from today).
Brutus is the name of a famous figure in Roman history, who played a leading role in the plot to assassinate Julius Caesar, which led to the fall of the Roman Empire. It was that event that caused the word Brutus to be understood in the sense of betrayal. National Brutus Day is celebrated every year on March 15, not a day to honor Marcus Junius Brutus, but Brutus Day is celebrated so that people can recognize in the surrounding life that there are still many places to be conspirators, backstabbers, and traitors.
History of National Brutus Day
If you've ever seen William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, you'll understand why the word Brutus is used to refer to traitors.
Initially, Brutus was on the opposing side of Julius Caesar, but after being taken prisoner, he surrendered and was used by Caesar. However, he was later persuaded to participate in a plot against his "friend" and "beloved" from other senators in the Senate, and decided to go with a plot to assassinate Caesar. .
During the assassination, Caesar still resisted fiercely at first, but when he saw Brutus with his conspirators, he hid his shocked face behind his cloak and left himself to fate.
What were the last words Caesar said on the verge of death? In his play "Julius Caesar", William Shakespeare theorized that the last sentence Caesar said was: "Et tu, Brute?" (Even you, Brutus?)
Since then, Brutus has been the image often used to denote the sudden betrayal of someone one trusts most, and the saying "Et tu, Brute?" really shows a moment of extreme shock when the monument of faith completely collapsed at the most unexpected moment.
Thomas & Ruth Roy of Wellcat Holidays founded on National Brutus Day. While it is unknown to anyone why they chose March 15 as National Brutus Day, there must be some subtext here. But, they certainly established, Brutus Day so that people can better see the sadists who are outside the window. Whether it is the age of the Roman Empire or the modern era, traitors, traitors are still outside, still right next to you. Whether it's the corporate environment or the smaller communities, there are traitors. They remind us to acknowledge and acknowledge it.
Observing National Brutus Day
On this day, you can show acknowledgment to those who have betrayed you. It will be surprising, surprising and shocking if you find out that you have been betrayed, stabbed in the back by someone close to you. Even though we tend to lie to ourselves, they will never betray us. But on National Brutus Day, let's be honest about the betrayals that come from everyone around. Share your National Brutus Day on social media with the hashtag #NationalBrutusDay, or the iconic betrayal quote 'Et Tu Brutus'.
ObservedNational Brutus Day has been observed annually on March 15th.
Tuesday, March 15th, 2022
Wednesday, March 15th, 2023
Friday, March 15th, 2024
Saturday, March 15th, 2025
Sunday, March 15th, 2026