Description Doomer Bloomer Podcast is a current events show for the Doomer Generation and the Resurrection of Good Ideas. We profile the Hero's Journey in 30-45 min episodes and teach people about the 9 Pillars framework for success in life and business. Please like comment and subscribe to our nonsense on your favourite platform. Today on the podcast we have Mike McWilliams talking about the decline of society and the possibility of prolonged stagflation in the United States and repercussions for China on the world stage.
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