The Baal Shem Tov, also known as The Besht, single handedly reinvigorated mystical Judaism. He emphasized the power of each individual soul; the concepts of love of your fellow; serving G-d with joy; Divine Providence and perpetual creation.
Instead of seeing hypocrisy in our inconsistencies, we should be seeing in them our struggle to discover our true selves—a struggle that inevitably creates a dichotomy between what you believe and what you do.
The words of the Zohar speak for themselves. They tell us in no uncertain terms that we must stand against any voice and challenge (including economic conditions) that argues against supporting (or weakening our support of) good causes.