Yes, I would. Java is one of the most widely spread programming languages so Java will exist for a long time.
I don't think it's many languages that can compete with Java as of today. It has a huge userbase and big libraries, both standard libraries and third party libraries. It has good performance with garbage collection. And it has static typing.
If you look at TIOBE Index and want a static typed object oriented language with managed memory, many good libraries and target multiple platforms. Then I think Java is still the best choice.
Java is that big so it will not die even if Oracle try to kill it very hard. I think that Google will release a similar and compatible language under a different name if it get worse. It's so big that it can't die.
And it is a good language compared to many alternatives. Oracle will just make it a more commercial language than before. And C#, the best alternative is also a commercial language, so it doesn't mean that the language will die, it will just be different.