How Do You Say “NIMBY” In German?

Herewith, for your amusement, is the pertinent quote from Wikipedia (under the heading of Saint Florian):

“The ‘Florian Principle’ (known in German language areas as ‘Sankt-Florians-Prinzip’) is named after a somewhat ironic ‘prayer’ to Saint Florian: ‘O heiliger Sankt Florian, verschon’ mein Haus, zünd’ and’re an‘, translating to ‘O holy Saint Florian, spare my house, kindle others’. This saying is used in German much like the English ‘not in my back yard’, when the speaker wants to point out that some person tries to get out of an unpleasant situation by an action that will put others in that very same situation.”