That would be a magic bullet for a country that has no real electric grid.
Thinking he would be the “magic bullet” to kill the law, Johnson outed himself to his commander in 2003.
The guarantee of a strong education for every child is the magic bullet, and the administration is working toward that goal.
Remember, aspirin is not a magic bullet for preventing a heart attack or stroke, as much as we wish it was.
In Strassburg at a shooting competition Faust's magic bullet strikes Mephisto, who 'yells out again and again' in pain.
magic bullet mag·ic bullet (māj'ĭk)
A drug, therapy, or preventive therapy that cures or prevents a disease.
A miraculous remedy for some social, economic, etc, ill: We know no one chancellor has a magic bullet to turn the school system around
[1960s+; fr the name given in 1910 to salvarsan, formerly a trademark, discovered and proposed by the bacteriologist Paul Ehrlich as a cure for syphilis]
A very effective, quasi-magical agent, remedy, etc: Stokovich looked on Kennedy as his ''silver bullet,'' his absolute best man/ No single silver bullet is going to do the job
[1808+; reflecting an ancient belief that silver weapons can conquer any foe, found, for example, in the Delphic Oracle's advice to Philip of Macedon, ''With silver weapons you may conquer the world'']
(Or "silver bullet" from vampire legends) A term widely used in software engineering for a supposed quick, simple cure for some problem. E.g. "There's no silver bullet for this problem".