Brutus’ speech to the plebeians was quite different. He simply states why the conspirators did what they did, and establishes that he has done no wrong. His speech is sincere. The only time Antony is sincere with Brutus is at the very end, after Brutus has died. Antony calls him “the noblest Roman of them all” (p. 431). This he truly means. While for the majority of the play, Antony is.