Great Britain (frankly, I'm shocked) is the only western country to actually state it will be voting against the report. Statements from the Spanish Prime Minister seem to indicate they will not support it (but he also went to Ramallah and supported the "settlement freeze"...I wonder what Spanish waffles taste like?), and it is thought that the US will not support it either (with Marack in the White House and Susan Rice at the UN, this is not a sure bet, not at all). It remains to be seen how the remainder of the Eurotrash will vote. France has yet to make up its mind about the 5 page draft resolution...quelle surprise! Who would expect anything less from the French? In fact, if France votes against it, the Mount of Olives may split open.
Israel has made it very clear that endorsement of the report will mean a virtual disengagement from the "peace process," as there will be no incentive to make concessions to the genocidal idiots at Falacstinian Terror Central if Israel's right to self defense is stripped (there should be no concessions anyway, but that's another story). Of course, just because Israeli leaders have said this doesn't make it so. Bibi supported and then condemned the evacuation of Gush Katif. He said there should be no withdrawals or evacuations, but still he negotiates the "freeze." The current government will speak out of all sides of its face. Who knows, we may wake up tomorrow and find out that Bibi has announced there will be a rally in Tel Aviv to celebrate the endorsement of the Goldstone Blood Libel.
If, as noted by the late Abba Eban, the Falacstinians never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity, the UNHRC never misses an opportunity to take a dump on Israel. The resolution will most likely pass. The question of Europe remains. Having been left naked by Marack's withdrawal of missile defense, the foot dragging on Iran, and Europe poised to become the next front in the radical Islamic terror war, will they be stupid enough to embolden the growing enemy in their midst? If history has taught this blogger anything, you bet your ass they will. A bag of hammers has more sense. Seriously, if the majority of the EU votes against it I will have to figure out how to photograph the monkeys flying out of my butt.