The way many Jews dealt with this was simple to leave them, and create havens of safety away from them: (1) Reform Judaism, (2) Conservative Judaism, (3) the State of Israel.
As you can tell these solutions never appealed to me much because Reform, and Conservative seemed to leave out the hallowed, sacred aspects of Torah.
The best solution in my mind is the Litvak yeshiva which keeps to the Torah without the insanity that fills the religious nightmare world.
Still the Litvak yeshivas are too close to the religious monsters for comfort.
The Gra tried to deal with this problem with obviously no success as he was ignored in total.
They often resort to the problem of Lashon HaRa (slander) which is always a one way street. They can speak slander about anyone they want to, but no one can speak bad about them.
In any case there is a mizvah to warn people about traps they can fall into.