Put Yourself in Davao’s Shoes
It is definitely not easy to be a farmer, despite what some people may think. Being a successful farmer requires intense physical labor and working long hours, beginning early in the day and often working into the evening. If you had a job like that, imagine how frustrating it would be to see people consistently using the land that is your livelihood as a mere parking lot. So disrespectful!
It Was Actually Dangerous that People Parked on Davao’s Land
One of the last things that should be left on farming land is a car. Cars can leak gasoline and other pollutants, which obviously makes their way into the soil if they are left on it for too long. This could completely ruin Davao’s land, as well as making the produce he was growing dangerous for people to consume. It makes perfect sense that he intervened.