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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Look - evidence of naughty weapons! It's a mirage! Who cares - look at the oil? New Zealand Herald, 11 July 2003.

Reference Number: DX-002-302

Shows a man in a Union Jack outfit walking ahead of Uncle Sam, who is riding a camel. The man in the Union Jack outfit is pointing ahead to a vision of weapons of mass destruction, which the camel claims is a mirage. Uncle Sam is more focused on the oil also visible. Refers to the United States-led invasion of Iraq, justified on the grounds of Iraq's alleged possession of weapons of mass destruction, but which opponents of the invasion claim was only about control of oil reserves.

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1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, Uncle Sam (Symbolic character), New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Oil industries, United States - Foreign relations - Iraq, Great Britain - Foreign relations - United States, Mirages, Weapons of mass destruction and Camels.

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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Look - evidence of naughty weapons! It's a mirage! Who cares - look at the oil? New Zealand Herald, 11 July 2003., Reference Number DX-002-302 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 digital imageJpeg file. 79 pixels per cm, Gray scale (8 bit).. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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