Taxation = inflation = interest = coercion
Nobody wishes to be taxed, just as nobody wishes to pay more for a product in the market. If people are offered an equal opportunity to select between systems with or without any coercion, they will universally choose the one where it is absent. It's therefore equally applicable to say that people don't wish to be taxed as it is to say that they don't wish to pay interest.
Don't some people voluntarily choose to pay interest? Yes, there are situations where it appears that people consent to interest, but there are also situations where people say that they consent to taxation as well. What is missing from these examples is an alternative that lacks coercion. Therefore given the alternatives to pay interest and to not pay interest, it's universally to be expected that the choice is to not pay interest.