The play “Julius Caesar” showed that how political ambitions can be dangerous. The characters in the play have played their part very meticulously in presenting Julius Caesar as an ambitious general. But in my opinion his assassination was not a deliberate move to satiate or suffice the aspirations of a few. Killing a person no where satisfies the aspirations. On the contrary, the conspirators could have done something worth to attain democracy in Rome. Julius Caesar was an impeccable general and what he did for his countrymen cannot be practised again by his Conspirators. And if it were so that the people of Rome or the mob was so inclined towards what Brutus has said, they would not move themselves to mutiny and rage when Antony addressed them.