wow this dude just talks out of his ass and keeps on going.
Also, Eheath, I wouldn't say money is a commodity, it's more of a token of purchasing power. Since it isn't produced explicitly for sale, Karl Polanyi describes it as a fictitious commodity.
If anyone is interested in economic history or theory, I suggest reading Polanyi's book The Great Transformation. In it, he argues that land, labor, and money are fictitious commodities and that the industrial revolution was actually a social revolution because it is the period of time where we begin to subject these fictitious commodities, especially labor, to market forces. Really good book, I highly suggest it.