Why couldn’t Luddite speeches stop the industrial revolution?

Luddites were participants in spontaneous protests against the introduction of machines during the Industrial Revolution in England. From the point of view of the Luddites, machines were forced out of production by people, which led to technological unemployment. Often protest was expressed in pogroms and destruction of machinery and equipment. But nothing could stop the successful development of machine production. The benefits of the industrial revolution became more and more evident;
a) the factory was replaced by a factory, manual labor was replaced by machine
b) the number of employees and entrepreneurs has increased
c) there was a rise in labor productivity
d) England became the most developed industrial European country

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