Jesus had a lot to say about money, possessions, care for those who are impoverished, and care for those whose bodies are hungry or sick. And those things he said never supported the status quo. They never championed the wealthy. They never legitimized any excuse for not feeding or not healing.
Jesus said that loving God was not enough, but that one must love neighbor as well. He was undaunted by large numbers or seemingly hopeless situations. He raised people from the dead. He stopped long-endured bleeding, healed disease, and opened blind eyes. He described the difficulty of entering heaven wealthy by comparing it to a camel going through the eye of a needle. He honored Lazarus and left the wealthy man unnamed and eternally separated from all that was good. And when asked whether Christians should pay taxes he said yes, reminding his followers that currency belongs to the state. “Render unto Caesar,” he said.