I urge all those who have no understanding of the essential role of myth creation in society building processes to read Michael Tolkin's excellent NK3 - available in all good bookstores across Planet Bob and beyond. The Republic of Onivlac would very much like to award Tolkin its highest literary honour, except we do not have any literary honour.
Anyways, I hope that all those who do not understand the role of myth will read this and put two and two together and and come to realise the relationship between this so-called Francoism and 'Order' building. There is no real mystery behind the 1984 -theme of Polaris given the intentional use of myth by it's founding forefathers. Heck, if you want to understand the Orders in light of Francoism then read that too. Read anything really (beyond Art of War). Myth is created (or in Francoism's case hacked from an incompatible environment) and fed to the sheeple by those in power only to maintain their authority over their own - not to project power over other spheres (that requires might, not philosophy).
We are in a world of decline precisely because Emperors of all stripes have forgotten myth. Even so, the answer is still not Francoism. I don't understand how anyone can be such an ardent believer of a myth that was so long ago dropped by its own creators and even the sheeple who might have originally bought it (did anyone really? Well, I guess at least one did).
Perhaps the moralism of the Doom War, so often cited in this thread, is the last true Ordering myth of Planet Bob? Perhaps there will be another. If there is, you can sure as hell bet that at least one Belieber will fall in line with it and become its ultimate fanboy.