You're incorrect. No parroting was involved here. You just chose to answer to me like to some commie-mutant-traitor, yet there was nothing along those lines in what I wrote. There's nothing non-obvious about money being abstract construct without direct relation to material things, and that's the only thing I stated. In order for market forces to work there must be astronomic number of participants, and even then market failures are always possible. Money are a mechanism, and each mechanism can be exploited and subverted to work against its purpose. So fetishization of market and money might prevent one from perceiving an existing market failure and responding to it by modifying laws accordingly. This makes sense since property itself is creation of law and is enforced by state, thus only state in practice can decide what property is and what isn't and how exactly it should be enforced.