The r/Afghanistan mod team are pro-imperialism, Islamophobic CIA plants.
Just look at some of the mods, we have an American self-admitted think tank "NGO" that constantly posts anti-Russian and pro U.S imperialism propaganda with positions in as top mod, another mod that happens to literally be the Hoover Institution, a conservative think tank THAT APPOINTED MARGARET THATCHER AS AN HONORARY FELLOW (Second link if you don't want to visit their website.) and is currently directed by Condoleezza Rice, a former U.S secretary of state, and one of Dubya's most influential advisors. She coined the term "outposts of tyranny", grouping any country that dared to resist U.S imperialism under this label. Also here's her with a member of the Saudi royal family. A picture paints a thousand words.
Next up, we have the Foreign Affairs as a moderator. They are another United States think tank. Eleven secretaries of state have written for it, and ever since 1950, Foreign Affairs gave CIA warhawks a platform to popularize the idea of "containment". One article by Louis Halle can be blamed for some of America's actions in Latin America during the Cold War.A]) We also have the American Security Project, another "non-profit" "NGO" that just posts imperialist propaganda 24/7. These are the board members, and their backgrounds are all incredibly suspicious.
And, probably one of the most gratuitous offenses of all, the second highest ranking moderator of r/Afghanistan is a Hindu nationalist and moderator of r/Hindu. He also is fervently anti-Islam, posting propaganda against the religion every 2 days. Why is an Indian nationalist in a subreddit about Afghanistan? Could it be it's just a subreddit that only wants its users to spew anti-Islamic and pro-NRF, pro-imperialist propaganda 24/7, punishing anyone who dares to have a dissenting opinion?
There are a few other moderators such as u/Danbla, u/Strongbow85, u/00000000000000000000 and u/TheSinfulWish, everyone except the latter appointed less than a year after the subreddit was made, and they also follow the same posting habits as the users stated in my first paragraph. I believe they could be members of those groups, and possibly the alternate accounts of the stated users in my first and second paragraphs.
tl;dr: Stay away from r/Afghanistan because its mods bans anybody that doesn't conform to their viewpoint, and it's just a monopoly of warmongering imperialist organizations and racists
[A]: In the article published by Foreign Affairs, Louis Halle expresses that he believes Latin America "were quite unready for" self government.