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Shocked at his friend's betrayal, Caesar's last words were, "Et tu, Brute?", which means, "Even you, Brutus?"
On the one hand, Christ can turn to us and tell us, in the final words of Julius Caesar to Brutus, when he was assassinated: 'Et tu, Brute? (You, too, Brutus?)'
Caesar's famous phrase 'Et tu, Brute?' was an invention of Shakespeare - and he wasn't even born by Caesarian section.
Caesar's dying words "Et tu, Brute?'' mean "And you too, Brutus?''.
revolution: no"I tu" lover revolting against "me too"-ism and conformistspelling(Et tu, brute?)