no thanks to somebody/something
no thanks to you
I cannot thank you for what happened, because you did not cause it.; I cannot thank you for your help, because you did not give it. Bob: Well, despite our previous disagreement, he seemed to agree to all our demands. Alice: Yes, no thanks to you. I wish you'd learn to keep your big mouth shut! Jane: It looks like the picnic wasn't ruined despite the fact that I forgot the potato salad. Mary: Yes, it was okay. No thanks to you, of course.
no thanks tonot because of; despite.
1993 Carl MacDougall . The Lights Below ‘How's your mother?’ ‘Our mother's fine. No thanks to you. She was worried sick.’
(be) no thanks to somebody/something(be) in spite of somebody/something: It’s no thanks to you that we arrived on time — you kept wanting to stop!
no thanks to
Without the benefit of help from: finally found the house, no thanks to these confusing directions.