The tree dream of Nebuchadnezzer pertains to the Universal Sovereignty of God as expressed by means of the Kingdom as shown in Daniel 4:17.
Your allegation here is problematic, as in the secondary (flawed) interpretation God takes the place of Nebuchadnezzar, destroying the context of God in verse 17. The point of verse 17 is that God had permitted Nebuchadnezzar to have authority, and becomes meaningless if God allows God to have authority.
Luke 21:24 certainly shows because of the expression that Jerusalem 'will be being trampled' shows that this verbal action had already commenced continuing into the future.
This is not what is indicated in the original text.
Ezekiel 21:25-27 certainly applied to Judah with the overthrow of that monarchy with its last king Zedekiah in 607 BCE. It could not apply to the Israel as the ten tribe kingdom because its monarchy ceased in 740 BCE.
Actually the ten tribe kingdom ended closer to 719BC. Aside from that, regardless of what you may try to suggest, Ezekiel explicitly says Israel, not Judah.
The kingdom of God was set up in 1914 and was marked by the ousting of Satan and all the woes on the earth can be traced to the momentous events of that fateful year.
You like to ignore the October bit when it suits you. Irrespective of your desire to mask the facts, nothing at all happened "with great suddenness" in October 1914. The "woes" of 1914 can be traced to European socio-political situations that had been forming over many many years, not some sudden supernatural event that supposedly happened several months after the war started.
But back to the initial post in this thread... I have pointed out to 'scholar' previously that there was more than one exile, but he prefers to ignore that fact unless convenient to him. Incidentally, I had not examined the book of Ezekiel closely when forming my detailed chronology of the period, however I have just verified that everything fits perfectly.