No, the message of Ezekiel was for the benefit of those exiles in Babylon and it contained an oracle which was addressed to those remaining Jews in the land who had not repented after seeing their city fall.
The oracle was dated to the tenth month, i.e. December. The oracle states that there were still Jews remaining in the land. Ergo there were still Jews remaining in the land in December. It's not that hard to understand!
And no, the message was directed straight to those survivors still living in the land:
"The word of Yahweh came to me: 'Son of man, the people who are living (present tense) in those ruins in the land of Israel (i.e. the land is still inhabited in December) are saying (present tense), "Abraham was only one man, yet he possessed the land (i.e. Abraham was given the land though he was only one man living in it). But we are many (i.e. there are many of us survivors in the land); surely the land has been given to us as our possession (i.e. we are living in the land and think we possess it as Abraham did)" '. Therefore say to them (the message is to be given to those still living in the land), "This is what the Lord Yahweh says: Since you eat meat with the blood still in it and look to your idols and shed blood, should you then possess the land(this addresses the claim of those living in the land who think they possess it)? You rely on your sword, you do detestable things, and each of you defiles his neighbor's wife. Should you then possess the land?' Say this to them (again the message is to be given to those living in the land): 'This is what the Lord Yahweh says: As surely as I live, those who are left in the ruins (again, this acknowledges that there are still people living in Judah in December) will fall (note, this pertains to the future) by the sword, those out in the country I will give to the wild animals to be devoured, and those in strongholds and caves will die of a plague' " (Ezekiel 33:23-27).
Yahweh tells Ezekiel to "say this to THEM"....the "them" is clearly not those in Babylon but those still "left in the ruins" who think they possess the land because they are living in it like Abraham of old.
In those few months of their habitation in the land they were reminded that the land had to become desolated and their eviction would occur. So it was by the time of October those Jewish fugitives had to leave the land and flee elsewhere.
Which is absolutely false because several months later in December, Yahweh claims that there were still people living in the ruins. Do you mean to tell me that *gasp* Yahweh was wrong?
Please note that Ezekiel 33:25-29 contains the oracle involving those Jews who were still the land after the Fall until their eviction in October of that year,
This makes no sense. The oracle was given in December referring to those still in the land in December. I notice that you subtlely change the tense to past tense ("were still in the land until their eviction") from the actual present ("those who are left in the ruins", "the people who are living in the ruins").
the previous report of the escapee is a separate event occurring after the oracle addressed to the inhabitants.
It was the night before. Coincidence? Obviously not. God gives Ezekiel an oracle to be given to the people living in Judah and then the next day someone arrives from Judah. Do you fail to notice that Yahweh says "say to them". The message is not to be given to those already in captivity in Mesopotamia but to those survivors in the land, "those out in the country" who would be preyed upon by wild animals or those living "in caves" (v. 27).
Gee, what were you saying about "being faithful to what the inspired record says and not read something that is simply not there"?