The Big Solution: Deactivating the Ticking Timebomb of Today’s Economy

There is something very wrong with this country. On this point, people all over the political, social, and economic spectrums can agree. Where breakdowns occur is diagnosing the root cause of the problem and what solutions can pull America out of its perilous spiral.

Frustrated by the perpetual and predictable failure of “isms” to free humanity from its indentured servitude to debt and banks, tech billionaire and author, Jarl Jensen presents an entirely new idea for organizing America’s economy and society. While it can be tempting for readers to import their own frame of reference—to capitalism, to socialism; to conservatism or progressivism—Jensen is keen to reiterate that his work is wholly unique, saying, “This Big Solution is completely distinct and independent from any other economic way of thought. It is new. Completely.”

In the third and final work in The Wolfe Trilogy, The Big Solution proposes a pro-capitalist future that socialists will embrace. It details a future that centers social justice and individual liberty, and exacts environmental justice with market-based incentives. Far from straddling sociopolitical lines, Jensen’s system seeks unity, and offers the promise of a better life for all.

Fundamentally a critique of how our current system manipulates money to enslave everyday people under lifetimes of debt, leaving so many with choices between bad and worse. “Let’s remember,” Jensen urges, “that capitalism sprang to life out of aristocracy and slavery, and to this day squeezes the working man until he can barely survive. If you don’t see the wealth gap and shrinking middle class as capitalism’s return to aristocratic times, then you aren’t paying attention.”

In changing the way we think about money as a society, Jensen’s system has the potential to solve every problem the world currently faces, by fixing the root cause—debt-driven global economies propped up by exploitation and increasingly detached from nature and humanity. Jensen’s Big Solution doesn’t merely fix these problems though, it does so in an equitable way that ensures everyone wins.

So, what is the system Jensen hopes to advance to the top levels of societal influence and change the world? You’ll have to get your own copy of The Big Solution: Deactivating the Ticking Timebomb of Today’s Economy to find out.

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The Wolfe Trilogy

Optimizing America book cover

Optimizing America (The Wolfe Trilogy Book 1):

Justin Wolfe sets out on a tour to promote ‘The Big Solution’, his book that outlines a simple economic platform that would turn a corrupt system on its head. Despite the urging from his best friend, Federal Reserve Board hopeful Evan White, Wolfe has no intention of running for office. But when his ideas begin to catch fire with the masses, the two friends find themselves swept up in a presidential campaign that threatens not only their public standing, but their very lives

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Showdown in The Economy of Good and Evil (The Wolfe Trilogy Book 2):

Benevolent billionaire Justin Wolfe establishes an autonomous economic experiment on a farm near Savannah, Georgia. The theory: give people the means to advance in life through daily direct deposits and even the formerly homeless can become entrepreneurs who contribute meaningfully to society.

Wolfe tasks economics whiz kid Evan White to roll out an advanced economic system that creates a higher standard of living than most citizens in neighboring Savannah enjoy. All this from the entrepreneurial spirit of homeless people bussed in from around the country.

The farm gets national attention as a 60 Minutes crew shows up to report on the farm. Tensions rise as Justin clashes with his tech billionaire friend Elliot Larson and Federal Reserve Banker Lloyd Blankfein at a Jekyll Island party. The ensuing bad press puts the farm under increasing pressure by those who do not want it to succeed.