If a government solution is arrived at by a fraction of the to be governed population, then it is not voluntary on the accounts of all the people to be governed.
You say, "They may go to another place where the governance is different." You suggest that this leads to voluntary governance.
Voluntary governance, by definition, must be voluntary by all of the governed. If not, voluntarism does not exist, only partial voluntarism.
If universal voluntarism does not exist, then tyranny exists to some degree.
Find someone else to buy your nonsense. Any form of government will never be universally voluntary. QED
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