I really, really, hate AMP pages.
They serve no useful purpose to me, and are often lacking functionality that I actually use. Also none-to-happy about the number of AMP sites that are hosted directly by Google.
Unfortunately, there still isn't a way to globally opt out of AMP for all sites (and Twitter have now taken to directing links to the AMP version automatically).
The aim of this issue is to create a ruleset for ABP/Ublock Origin which blocks amp.js and other dependancies in the hope that most pages should then react by redirecting you to the canonical URL.
Whilst it'd probably be possible to achieve the same with Greasemonkey (by detecting the canonical and going there instead), that's not really a useful option on mobile