Psalm 75, Amos 1:3–2:8, Ezekiel 18:25–32
While Israel is being foretold of its doom, it is probable that a great many people were responding to the prophets (and therefore, God) that God just wasn’t being fair. Why shouldn’t they be able to be “free” as the other nations?
While the focus is on them, their sins, and their need for repentance, God tells them that the other nations that they want to be like will also be receiving consequences. The interesting part about this passage in Amos is that God repeatedly says that those nations also had a choice. Their choice was how they would fulfill their part of the discipline of Israel. They overdid it.
Definitely not the intent. So, while Judah and Israel can expect some misery ahead, so can the countries around them.