Go has become a very popular language.
There are of course many alternatives to it, but not one that's completely opposite to it in philosophy. I feel that we may need one. I mean, not really need. But want? Maybe?
Anyway, here are my suggested selling points for the fictitious language Stay:
We do need ifs because otherwise it's not Turing complete, but that's a compromise we grudgingly make.
There. Don't you feel like this would be the best language ever for every possible important application?
-- CC0 Björn Wärmedal