Francoism was the founding philosophy of the New Pacific Order (NPO), and, while it has evolved since then, is still the basis of the Order's thought today. Francoism echoes real-life works such as Karl Marx's and Friedrich Engels' Communist Manifesto.

The NPO was founded by Francos Spain on September 1, 2003, following The Pacific's August Revolution, led by Francos Spain, of August 28. The phrase was first coined by Poskrebyshev on September 7, 2003 but was rarely used in the early days following the Revolution. While the theory was developed in practice throughout this period it wasn't codified until a year later on August 29, 2005 when Vladimir, Franco's successor as Emperor of the Pacific wrote the essay Proper Francoist Thought, which outlined its fundamental analysis and principles.

While Francos Spain is not known to have used the term personally and never directly contributed any published works, it is explained by Francoists that Francoism is a codification of his practices and the theory inherent within them.

The basis of Francoism was that their existed two distinct classes, the feederites who lived in the feeder regions (those where nations were born) and the userites, who lived in user-created regions. The interests of these two classes were naturally opposed, as the feederites sought to control their homeland and the userites sought to exploit them for the resources they produced, and this produced class antagonisms that inevitably resulted in open conflict between the two.

With this analysis of the material conditions, Francoism looked at the feeder regions and suggested that all (excluding the post-revolutionary Pacific) were controlled by userite forces who, through exploitation, manipulation and occasionally outright military occupation gained and held power for their own benefit and to the detriment of the feederite class.

It was due to this that Francoism posited that the self-interest of the feederites lay in overthrowing the userites in order to emancipate themselves and gain control over their own destinies. This is what the August Revolution achieved, with the New Pacific Order being termed the 'Dictatorship of the feederites', as it sought to create a classless society and bring peace, strength and prosperity to the region.