John Cleese thinks "woke" culture is wack.
The comedy legend was set to speak at his alma mater, Cambridge University, on Nov. 12, but he canceled his appearance after staff and students "blacklisted" a fellow attendee: art historian Andrew Graham-Dixon.
"I was looking forward to talking to students at the Cambridge Union this Friday, but I hear that someone there has been blacklisted for doing an impersonation of Hitler," he tweeted. "I regret that I did the same on a Monty Python show, so I am blacklisting myself before someone else does."
John then took a shot at the mentality of some within the university.
"I apologize to anyone at Cambridge who was hoping to talk with me, but perhaps some of you can find a venue where woke rules do not apply," he tweeted on Nov. 10.
John, 82, has actually impersonated Adolf Hitler twice: for the Monty Python and on "Fawlty Towers." Andrew Graham-Dixon, who sparked the cancelation, reportedly performed a "mock-Hitlerian rant" during a debate last week, The Times reported. He later explained that he was depicting "the utterly evil nature of the Nazis," not celebrating them.
John, a comedy icon, has long ripped "woke" culture: He backed "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling following her comments about transgender people last year. He also slammed the BBC for temporarily removing an episode of "Fawlty Towers" that featured a "racial slur."
Just last August, John announced that he would star in a new series called "John Cleese: Cancel Me." The series will investigate "woke" culture and center around several famous faces who have been "canceled."
"I'm delighted to have a chance to find out, on camera, about all the aspects of so-called political correctness. There's so much I really don't understand, like: how the impeccable idea of 'Let's all be kind to people' has been developed in some cases ad absurdum," the actor said in a statement. "I want to bring the various reasonings right out in the open so that people can be clearer in their minds what they agree with, what they don't agree with, and what they still can't make their mind up about."